COVID-19 has canceled a lot of events we were looking forward to in 2020. Just because some fireworks presentations are canceled, doesn’t mean they all were.
One 4th of July tradition that doesn’t get old is the fireworks. It’s just the perfect wrap-up to a day of spending time grilling with the family. Well, because of the conditions of the world right now, COVID-19 has caused many of the fireworks to be canceled.
Thanks to the Times Union, we know that not all hope is lost and there are still fireworks to see in the Albany area!
- Tupper Lake confirmed via a Facebook message that they will have their fireworks display starting at dusk, park for free at the Tupper Lake Municipal Park
- West Mountain has canceled their July 4th fireworks but confirmed through their website that they will have fireworks on July 3rd
- Browns Beach will still be hosting their fireworks starting at dusk