4th of July Fireworks in the Toledo Region

Every year, the Toledo Region lights up the sky to celebrate the 4th of July! We’ve curated a list of 16 great celebrations occurring throughout the Region this weekend.

July 1-4: Light Up The Point, Cedar Point

Enjoy fireworks every night of the weekend, plus a spectacular 3-D fireworks display on the 4th. 

July 2: Marblehead Bay Point Fireworks

Spend Saturday in the sand at Marblehead Bay Point. Music in the park with Dragon Wagon begins at 7, followed by the fireworks show at dusk.

July 2: Oregon Boomfest

Vroom, Vroom, BOOM! Oregon has a fun day planned with a car show from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., live entertainment, and a fireworks display at dusk.
Oregon Boomfest

July 2: Upper Sandusky Fireworks

When dusk falls, the sky will light up at Upper Sandusky High School.
Upper Sandusky Chamber

July 2: Swanton Independence Day Fireworks

Upper Sandusky won’t be the only area high school lighting the sky in honor of America’s Birthday!
Swanton High School

July 2: Waterville Red, White and Boom

The Village of Waterville celebrates our Nation’s Independence with an excellent fireworks show at Waterville Primary School.
Waterville Fireworks

July 3: Findlay Independence Celebration

A family friendly day is waiting for you at the fairgrounds! Beginning at 4:00 p.m. live music, food, and family fun will lead up to an exciting Fourth of July Fireworks display.
Visit Findlay

July 3: Sylvania’s Star Spangled Celebration

The always popular Centennial Terrace will be bustling with a carnival feel in honor of America’s Birthday. Clowns, live music, and dancing precede the highly anticipated fireworks show at 10:00 p.m.
Centennial Terrace

July 3: Maumee Spectacular Fireworks

Picnics are a great American pastime. So why not try a few of the great picnic style food options provided in Maumee for dinner, just before the fireworks show to celebrate the Fourth of July? Fireworks are shot off the Conant Street Bridge – park early, bring a blanket, and enjoy!
Maumee Uptown

July 3: Perrysburg’s Bicentennial Celebration

Eight truckloads of fireworks will be used to celebrate in Perrysburg this weekend capping off the city’s summer long 200th anniversary!
Perrysburg Bicentennial

July 3: Bowling Green Community Fireworks

Head out to the BGSU Intramural Fields at dusk to enjoy a great display!

July 4: Put-In-Bay Fourth of July Fireworks

Party at the bay for America’s birthday with an incredible fireworks show shot from a barge in the middle of downtown’s harbor.

July 3 & 4: 4th of July Fireworks Cruise

All aboard!! The most unique view of Cedar Point’s fireworks show, from a boat in the middle of Lake Erie. Reservations are required for this fun opportunity!
Goodtime Boat

July 4: City of Wauseon Red, White, and Boom

Hosted by the Wauseon Fire Department, the entire day is filled with family fun from bounce houses and live music, to the exciting fireworks display in the evening.
Wauseon Fire

July 4: Red, White, KaBOOM, Toledo’s Marina District

In what is being called “The Biggest and Best Celebration Toledo Has Ever Seen” by event director Mike Mori, Toledo will celebrate America’s freedom in style from 4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Easily the largest show in NW Ohio, the annual event is in its 8th year.

July 5: Whitehouse Founders Day

Happy belated birthday America! The annual Founders’ Day event is the perfect after work extravaganza, beginning at 6:00 p.m., culminating in a Fireworks Show.