Traditional American Holiday Festivities

Across the Princeton-Mercer Region, we celebrate traditional American holidays year round. Check back often for updated information!

4th of July Firework Shows throughout the Princeton-Mercer Region

Cranbury Township Fireworks

Date: July 5th

Come join Cranbury Township celebrate Independence Day with our annual Fireworks display on July 5th at Village Park.
Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the music. The Mercer County Symphonic Band  will perform from 6:30-8:30 and Fireworks begin at Dusk. 
The rain date will be held on July 6th. Reminder - no alcohol is permitted in the park

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East Windsor Township Fireworks & Music

Date: July 6th

The East Windsor Independence Day Celebration includes performances by Jerry Rife's Rhythm Kings, Dixieland Jazz Band and the Trenton Quintet Plus One Band, as well as a fireworks display at 9:30 p.m. It will be taking place at Etra Lake Park at Disbrow Hill Road in East Windsor.

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Ewing Township Independence Day Celebration

Date: July 3rd


Mayor Bert Steinmann and the Ewing Patriotic Committee invite you to Ewing’s Independence Day Celebration. Bring your own lawn chairs and blanket and create memories as we once again celebrate our nation’s independence at Ewing’s Independence Day Fireworks Celebration!   There will be lots of fun for the whole family with games and activities for children.  Get there early for an evening picnic and enjoy music provided by DJ Dan Murphy and entertainment by Ewing’s own, Miss Amy. The gates at TCNJ’s Green Lane Fields will open at 6 pm.  The fireworks display will start at approximately 9 pm.  The rain date is Friday, July 5th. “We look forward to seeing everyone there enjoying this fantastic family event,” said Mayor Steinmann. 

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Hamilton Township Fireworks & Concert

Date: July 3rd

Hamilton Township is hosting  an Independence Day Fireworks and Concert Celebration on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at Veterans Park (Kuser Rd Entrance). The concert begins at 6 pm with a performance by The Heartbeats. Fireworks take place after dark at approximately 9:30 pm. Special thanks to the event sponsors, Hamilton Honda and PNC Bank. In case of rain, the rain date is set for July 4, 2019

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Lawrence Township Fireworks & Concert

Date: June 28th

Lawrence Township will observe Independence Day at the Rider University Campus with fireworks and more. Come check out the music and food trucks starting at 7 pm. Fireworks will begin at 9:15 pm. Don't forget about the Fireworks Fundraiser with glow necklaces for sale!

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Montgomery Township Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks

Date: June 27th

Montgomery’s 2019 Independence Day Celebration will include lots of fun for the whole family on the front lawn of Montgomery High School, 1014 Rt. 601, Skillman. Starting at 6 pm, there will be plenty of games and activities for children, tabling by community organizations, and the ever-popular food vendors selling everything from hot dogs, hamburgers, grilled chicken and pizza to delicious deserts like cheesecake, ice cream and the ever-popular kettle corn and funnel cakes. Get there early to get a great picnic spot under the stars! Enjoy the sounds of The John Oakes Band playing hits from today and yesterday at 7:00 pm up on the stage. After the singing of the Star Spangled Banner at dusk (approx. 9:15 pm), get ready for a spectacular display of patriotic fireworks, sure to bring out the kid in everyone!

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Trenton- Trenton Thunder

Date: Thursday, July 4 @ 7pm

Baseball cap with Trenton Thunder Baseball team logo placed on grass of baseball field. Fireworks exploding in the distance.