Above, a crowd gathered on the beach watches the fireworks from a safe distance, while the brilliant light of the grand finale lights up the scene.
Click here to enlarge the above photo of the Weirs Beach Fireworks as seen from out on the Lake
|Please call the Lakes Region Chamber at 603-524-5531 for any questions regarding the fireworks schedule information seen below. You can also check the Weirs Action Committee’s Facebook page for late breaking information.|
Independence Day Show
Labor Day Weekend Show
Saturday, July 27 at 10:00pm
Saturday, August 3 at 10:00pm
Saturday, August 10 at 10:00pm
Saturday, August 17 at 10:00pm (tentative raindate show)
14-15 minute display, shot from a barge
If you would like to support the Weirs Beach fireworks, please click here
*Rain date announcements will be posted at the Weirs Beach arrow sign.
The Weirs Action Committee would like to thank the following sponsors for supporting the 2019 Weirs Beach Fireworks.
Your name here
Wednesday, June 12 at 10pm
(sponsored by Progressive Motorcycle Insurance)
A crowd gathered on the boardwalk watches as one of the larger shells explodes in a burst of color
NEW THIS YEAR: All 2019 shows, except the July 4th show, will be shot from a barge. This will allow the general public to watch the show from anywhere on the beach! Bring your lawn chair and get comfortable for a fantastic show!
Only the July 4th show will be fired from the beach. While the beach is mostly closed to the public during the show, a small portion of the beach that is deemed at a safe enough distance IS open.
Excellent views of the fireworks are also available from the boardwalk and public docks.
Click here to enlarge the above 1950’s postcard of the fireworks
There are also available, on occasion, special fireworks cruises and fireworks trains from which to observe the fireworks. (The view from a cruise boat or private boat in Weirs Bay is especially lovely, with the fireworks exploding nearly directly overhead.)The Mount is docked at its berth in Weirs Beach, while in the background can be seen the colorful lights of a fleet of boats out on the Lake, in anticipation of the July 4th, 2012 fireworks.