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Fourth of July 2022 guide: Where and when to watch fireworks across the Delaware Valley

PHILADELPHIA, PA - JULY 04: Independence Day fireworks erupt over the Philadelphia Art Museum on July 4, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Americans are resuming the celebrations of Independence Day as the COVID-19 pandemic lessens in severity.

(Ph PHILADELPHIA - Look up - the sky is about to sparkle! Fourth of July weekend is here, and cities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware are ready to celebrate with fireworks shows.Philadelphia kicks off its holiday celebration on July 1 with a fireworks display after the Phillies v. Cardinals game at Citizens Bank Park.

Since once isn't enough - the Phillies are setting off even more fireworks during a second show after the game on July 3!Wawa Welcomes America will also light up Philadelphia's sky twice with a show on July 1 and a grand finale on the Fourth of July.Here's a full list of all the fireworks shows in Philadelphia and other cities throughout Pennsylvania:If you find yourself at the Jersey Shore this weekend, there's no shortage of Fourth of July celebrations to get the party started. Check out all the fireworks shows at the beach, Camden Waterfront and cities across South Jersey:Delaware, one of the original 13 states of the Union, is celebrating America's birthday with a Freedom Celebration at Wilmington's Riverfront on July 4.

Families can take also part in Fourth of July festivities and fireworks at these Delaware celebrations:Fire officials urge all residents to be cautious when using fireworks at home, or during large gatherings. Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Charles McGarvey offers these suggestions:

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