Firework displays are incredible. The moment the first spark ignites and dances through the night sky, we’re immediately mesmerized by colors and explosions. Each burst of light and sound creates a moment of pure awe, drawing us into a magical spectacle. Whether it’s on a warm summer night or during a special occasion, fireworks have a way of igniting our spirits and creating unforgettable moments.

But where can you witness magnificent fireworks display in Metro Detroit? From community events and festivals to dedicated fireworks shows, there are plenty of places to experience the magic. With major holidays coming up this summer, there will be a number of fireworks shows that draw in crowds.

Here are Metro Detroit places you can see a fireworks display.

  • Ford Fireworks - Detroit

    Crowd watching fireworks and celebrating new yearThe highly anticipated 65th annual Ford Fireworks, brought to you by the Parade Company. This event is set to take place on Monday, June 26. Held on the Center Garage roof in Detroit, this annual fundraiser event is the perfect opportunity to gather with friends and family, enjoy delicious food and drink. Tickets for this event can be purchased online.

  • Kensington Metropark - Milford

    Join thousands of people at Kensington Metropark in Milford on July 2nd for a night of fun and excitement under the stars. Don’t forget to bring your Metroparks vehicle entry permit for just $40 annually (regular admission), $29 annually (seniors), or $10 for a daily pass.
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  • Willow Metropark

    Willow Metropark will host a family-friendly event on July 1. The festivities will kick off with live entertainment starting at 6 pm and a fireworks display at 9 pm. Entry is free with a Metroparks pass.
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  • Red, White & Blues in Highland

    Fireworks, music, food, and family fun at the Red, White, & Blues event in Highland. Mark your calendars for June 24th, when the fireworks will be launched at dusk from the field located at the corner of M-59 and John Street. In case of rain, the event will be rescheduled to June 25th, ensuring that the festivities go on rain or shine.
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  • Cars Under The Stars - Pontiac

    Fireworks and automotive excitement at the 6th Annual Cars Under the Stars Fireworks Spectacular presented by Coca-Cola! On June 25, head over to M1 Concourse and park your car for a front-row seat to the show. The fireworks display scheduled to start at 9:45 PM. This event also features live entertainment on stage, a range of family activities, food trucks, and even craft beer.
    Couple with popcorn standing at the car while watching fireworks

  • Salute To America - Dearborn

    This summer, you can stroll through Greenfield Village at your own pace, enjoying live music performances along the way. And when dusk sets in, a fireworks finale will kick off. Accompanied by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on the Village Green. It’s happening from June 30 to July 3 at Greenfield Village in Dearborn.

    Mom and daughter have fun and celebrate on the background of the American flag

  • Lake Orion Lions Club Jubilee Fireworks

    It’s the grand finale of the Lake Orion Jubilee in Downtown Lake Orion. This 4-day carnival extravaganza offers something for everyone, including carnival rides, games, a beer tent, and live entertainment. On Saturday, June 24, at 10 p.m., prepare to be dazzled by a fireworks show that will light up the night sky. In case of rain, the Jubilee fireworks have a rain date set for Sunday, June 25.
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  • Riverview Summerfest

    Wrapping up the Riverview Summerfest at Young Patriots Park in Riverview is a fireworks display. There will be a carnival, beer tent, classic car show, and live music. At dusk the fireworks finale will kick on. This event will take place on June 17.
    Crowd watching fireworks and celebrating new year eve

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