(WTNH) — Fireworks are back this year. Towns and cities across the state have announced their fireworks display plans. With the inclement weather this 4th of July weekend, some towns postponed their fireworks for a later date.

  • Bristol– Lake Compounce has postponed their firework celebration until July 10.
  • Enfield – Parade begins at 11 a.m. along Enfield Street. Fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m. at the Town Green on Saturday, July 3.
  • Fairfield – Postponed from July 3 until July 5.
  • Derby and Shelton – Fireworks celebrations have been cancelled – originally rescheduled for Thursday, July 8 – due to storm forecast. No rain date has been given.
  • Killingly – Red White and Blue Celebration postponed until Friday, July 9.
  • Meriden – City of Meriden Fireworks celebration was postponed Friday. The fireworks display will take place Monday night, July 5.
  • Naugatuck – Fireworks planned for the 4th of July weekend have been postponed to early August, during the local Summer Festival. Date TBA.
  • New Britain – July 4 – Tickets for the Great American Boom are on sale. It’s $10 to park at the 1,200 spots this year. Organizers say tickets will go quickly.
  • New Haven – Fireworks were launched from the top of East Rock Park on July 4.
  • Newington – The “Life. Be in it. Extravaganza” will be held from July 14-17. On July 17, there will be fireworks.
  • Norwich – The post-game fireworks following the Norwich Sea Unicorns game has been postponed. The make-up date for the fireworks has not been announced.
  • Stratford – Stratford’s annual town fireworks display will be returning after being canceled last year due to COVID-19 concerns. This year’s fireworks display will take place at approximately 9 p.m. on July 7 at Short Beach. This is rescheduled from Thursday, July 1st due to forecasted showers and thunderstorms. The new ‘rain date’ will be July 8.
  • Stamford – Rescheduled to Monday, July 5. Residents are encouraged not to congregate and to watch the display from restaurant patios, rooftops, or their homes.
  • Waterbury – July 4- viewers can park at Brass Mill Mall
  • Vernon – July in the Sky event postponed to July 7 due to the impending forecast of rain and thunderstorms on the original event date of June 30. Patriotic Parade, Food Vendors, Live Music, and Entertainment will go on ahead of the fireworks show.
  • Madison – July 4 fireworks will be postponed to July 5 due to weather concerns.