Fireworks Displays Abound in Harford, Throughout Region

Wednesday is July Fourth, and Patch wants to help you find the best place to enjoy the fireworks.

over the weekend with Harford County's first fireworks display of the 2012 July Fourth celebration season.

The towns of Havre de Grace and Bel Air will offer fireworks displays as in years past, but Harford County isn't the only place local folks go to see the traditional holiday flash and bang.

You tell us: Where will you watch the fireworks? Leave a comment.

A list of area shows is as follows:

in Middle River June 30 At dark in Phoenix July 1
9:15 p.m. Tydings Park in Havre de Grace July 1
in Parkton

July 3

7:05 p.m. in Aberdeen, tickets required

July 3

No time listed in Lutherville

July 3

No time listed in Cockeysville

July 3

No time listed in Pikesville

July 3

No time listed in Pikesville July 4 9:30 p.m. in Bel Air July 4 9 p.m. in Elkton July 4 No time listed
in Catonsville July 4 No time listed
in Baltimore July 4 No time listed
in Dundalk
July 4 No time listed
in Towson's Loch Raven Village July 4 No time listed
in Cockeysville

Rain dates may apply to certain shows.

Some shows are private, but can be viewed from surrounding locations.

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