Ithaca Community Fireworks

Ithaca Community Fireworks

Do you love fireworks? Of course you do! So come down to Stewart Park on July 7th to enjoy music, food, crafts, children’s activities, and of course fireworks!

The celebration will run from 6pm to 10pm with the fireworks being launched at 9:45pm. Live music and other entertainment will start at 6pm on the Ballpark Field at Stewart Park. Entertainment for the kids will include a bounce house, face painting, balloon animals, plus games and prizes. All are welcome to join in the picnic fun which is free and open to the public. NEW! Food and crafts vendors will be on site.

You can park and walk to the park from Boynton Middle School or Ithaca High School. You can park and ride the TCAT bus from Downtown to the park for free.

As a special musical treat, Cayuga Radio Group will be simulcasting music to this year’s fireworks presentation with the “American Spirit Soundtrack”. Best of all, the playlist is going to be totally listener driven! Do you have a song you think should be included?

Text USA and the SONG TITLE to 77000

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