It wouldn’t be the Fourth of July in New York City without the iconic Macy’s fireworks show, now in its 42nd year. During the annual display, 75,000 colorful shells will launch over the East River timed with a patriotic score from the West Point Band and Glee Club. Get a glimpse of the nation’s largest fireworks display in the video above, then see it in person in NYC on the Fourth.
Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks
have been an annual NYC tradition since 1976.
It’s the nation’s largest Independence Day celebration,
an awe-inspiring, family-friendly spectacle
precisely timed to a rousing musical score.
More than 3 million people watch it live.
The show gathers the newest fireworks designs from around the world.
A typical display features more than 50,000 shells over 25 minutes.
That’s 2,000 shells a minute!
This year’s fireworks launch from barges on the East River,
And the only place to see them in person is New York City!
Get going at nycgo.com
Seen from The William Vale