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4th of July Fireworks and Parades: Enjoy Safely

The 4th of July fireworks and parades are the official start of the Cape Cod summer. Towns throughout the Cape have spectacular light shows and crowd-pleasing activities that last all season long. Lobster rolls, clam bakes and clam boils, barbecues, biking, boating and bashes begin. People visit whether it’s for a week or the entire school vacation and they come from all over – Boston, New Hampshire, New York, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and as far north as Canada. It’s a blast no doubt! However, with the crowds come increased traffic, congestion in small towns and a lot of partying to boot.

The law office of Aiken & Aiken have experienced the pitfalls summer fun brings over four decades. They urge everyone to have fun but to drink responsibly, act respectfully as it relates to others and property and please, follow the rules of the roads in Massachusetts. If precautions are acknowledged and safety comes first, summer will be filled with a lifetime of happy memories. Enjoy theses events while you enjoy all that Cape Cod has to offer.

Click Here: 5 Safety Tips to Enjoy Cape Cod Fireworks

4th of July Fireworks and Parades Listing

4th of July Fireworks and Parades

July 4th Fireworks Fun:

  • Dennis: July 4th, West Dennis Beach at 9pm
  • Falmouth: July 4th, Falmouth Heights Beach at dusk and; country music singer Ayla Brown will be headlining a free concert at Falmouth Heights Beach from 6:45-8:45 pm before the spectacular display at dusk!
  • Hyannis: July 4th, Lewis Bay at Dusk (and pre-fireworks patriotic concert at 7 p.m. at Aselton Park)
  • Mashpee: July 1st, Mashpee High School at dusk
  • Orleans: July 1st (rain date July 5th) Rock Harbor at Dusk and;
  • FIREWORKS CRUISE ON PLEASANT BAY, ORLEANS 8 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. aboard Blue Claw Boat Tours, Nauset Marina, 235 Main Street, Orleans
  • Provincetown: July 4th, Provincetown Harbor – View from Bayside Beach at Dusk (and some of the best seats in the house are aboard the Dolphin Fleet, which offers a fireworks-only cruise at 8 p.m. (book in advance!) or from Pilgrim Monument, where the festivities also include live music, lobster roll and fried chicken.
  • Sandwich: July 4th, Shawme Pond at 10pm

4th of July Fireworks and Parades

July 4th Parades:

Barnstable/West Barnstable 4th of July Parade, 
9 a.m. along Main Street, Barnstable

Bourne on the 4th of July Parade
, 10 a.m. along Main Street, Bourne

Centerville 4th of July Parade, 
10 a.m. from Centerville Elementary School, 658 Bay Lane, Centerville

Chatham 4th of July Parade
, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. all along Main Street, Chatham
 – one of the oldest Independence Day parades in the United States!

Cotuit 4th of July Parade
, 11 a.m. from Cotuit Post Office, 45 School Street, Cotuit

Falmouth July 4th Bike and Carriage Parade,
 10 a.m. from the Falmouth Village Green, Main Street, Falmouth

Hyannis 4th of July Parade, 
4 p.m. from the intersection of Ocean and Main Streets,

Hyannis Inner Harbor Boat Parade,
 2 p.m. in Hyannis Harbor. The best view is on Ocean Street at Hyannis Harbor!

Sandwich 4th of July Parade
, 10 a.m. from the Henry T. Wing School on Water Street, Sandwich

Sandwich Illuminated Boat Parade. 
9 p.m. on Shawme Pond, intersection of Water and Grove Street, Sandwich, MA (not the Sandwich Marina)

5 Safety Tips to Enjoy Cape Cod Fireworks:

Have Fun. Be Safe. Be Prepared. Avoid Injury.

If an accident happens, Aiken & Aiken, P.C. are local, experienced and here to help. Contact Paul and Steven Aiken at 508-771-2266.



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