Who doesn’t love fireworks? (Insert comments about how “my dog needs five doses of valium”) At Search Bmore, we’re all about making it easy on you, so here is our list of the “must-see” fireworks displays in Baltimore City/County. For you kiddos and maybe even some of those “hold my beer” dads out there, I’ve included some bonus safety tips since I also happen to be a Baltimore City Firefighter.

Fireworks photo contest: tag @searchbmore with your 4th of July pictures. One person will receive a $15 Starbucks gift card.

BALTIMORE CITY: https://www.promotionandarts.org/events-festivals/ports-america-chesapeake-4th-july-celebration

Inner Harbor — Baltimore’s Inner harbor display includes live music and celebratory fireworks in the heart of downtown Baltimore. The celebration takes place from 7 to 10 p.m. on July 4. Fireworks are scheduled to begin at 9:30 p.m.

BALTIMORE COUNTY: https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/july_fourth/index.html

Baltimore — Fullerton Park, 4303 Fullerton Avenue, Baltimore (Rain date July 6)

Catonsville — Catonsville High School, 21 Bloomsbury Avenue, Catonsville (Rain date July 6)

Cockeysville — (July 3) Oregon Ridge Park, 13401 Beaver Dam Road, Cockeysville (SOLD OUT)

Dundalk — Grange Elementary School, 2000 Church Road, Dundalk (Rain date July 5)

Middle River — (July 6) On a barge off Wilson Point (Rain date July 7)

Owings Mills — Greenspring Valley Hunt Club, 30 Greenspring Valley Road, Owings Mills (Rain date July 5)

Pikesville — (July 3) The Suburban Club, 7600 Park Heights Avenue, Pikesville

Pikesville — (July 3) Woodholme County Club, 300 Woodholme Avenue, Pikesville

Towson — Loch Raven Technical Academy, 8101 LaSalle Road, Towson (Rain date July 5)

Catonsville High School, 21 Bloomsbury Avenue, Catonsville (Rain date July 6)

We’d love to see your pictures. Make sure to tag @searchbmore when you post your photos on social media to enter out 4th of July photo contest.

FIREMAN MARC’S FIREWORK SAFETY TIPS:

This look says that I know what I’m talking about.
  • Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks. If older children are playing with fireworks, always have adult supervision. Example: Young Paul Dibari (pictured below)

thought it was a good idea to launch a bottle rocket at his friend. Because of this, baby Paul grew up to be terrified of loud noises and bright colors. Don’t be like baby Paul.

  • Avoid buying fireworks that are packaged in brown paper. This is often a sign that the fireworks were made for professional displays and could be dangerous. Make sure fireworks are legal in your area before buying or using them.
  • Never place any part of your body directly over a fireworks device when lighting the fuse. Back up to a safe distance immediately after lighting fireworks.
  • Never try to re-light or pick up fireworks that have not ignited fully.
  • Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose handy in case of fire.
  • Never carry fireworks in a pocket or shoot them off in metal or glass containers.
  • After fireworks complete their burning, douse it with plenty of water from a bucket or hose before discarding it to prevent a trash fire.