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Where to watch the fireworks this week!
Where to watch the fireworks this week!

(Springfield, MA)  –  Fireworks are planned across Western Mass this week.  Fireworks are planned on Friday,  July 4th in Springfield and Amherst.

Here’s a local fireworks display list:

Thursday, July 3

East Longmeadow – East Longmeadow High School, 10 p.m.

South Hadley – Michael E. Smith Middle School, dusk (Rain date, July 5)

Friday, July 4

Agawam – Six Flags New England, dusk

Amherst – McGuirk Stadium, UMass, 9:30 p.m.

Boston – DCR Esplanade, 9:30 p.m.

Springfield – Memorial Bridge, dusk

Sturbridge – Old Sturbridge Village, dusk

Saturday, July 5

Agawam – Six Flags New England, dusk

Greenfield – Beacon Field, dusk (Rain date, July 6)

Westfield – Stanley Park, dusk (Rain date, July 6)

Sunday, July 6

Agawam – Six Flags New England, dusk

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