Fireworks displays are scheduled in Butler County to celebrate the Fourth of July.

E.Todd Fowler, Butler County Connect

2020 has been a year of disruptions. Celebrating 4th of July during a pandemic has kept the firework displays up in the air (pun intended.) Municipalities have cancelled long standing celebrations in light of potentially spreading COVID-19 among attendees.

Here are a few tips to stay safe while out viewing the firework displays:

Stay to your group of people.
Wear a mask when around people you don’t quarantine with.
View the firework shows from your vehicle

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Fireworks over Butler County to celebrate the 4th of July. Photo credit Kim Stephens Murphy.

Three displays in Butler County

July 3rd: Berachah Church is hosting BOOM ( Blessings Over Our Middletown)

Starts at 9:30 PM. Location: Berachah Church, 1900 Johns Road, Middletown Ohio. Skydivers and fireworks. Bring a lawn chair or view from your vehicle. The show is expected to last 30 minutes.

The Boom

Get Ready for the BOOM!!! (Blessings Over Our Middletown). Show up early! Show starts at 9:30!

Posted by Berachah Church on Tuesday, June 30, 2020

July 3rd: Red, White & Kaboom! Fairfield, Ohio.

Starts at 10 PM. The fireworks will be originating from Harbin Park. View from your vehicle or your favorite vantage point. Fireworks only. No other events. Simulcast 92.9 JACK FM. Here is a link to the event.[%7B%22mechanism%22%3A%22search_results%22%2C%22surface%22%3A%22search%22%7D]%7D


July 4th: Hamilton’s Fourth of July Fireworks

Starts at 10 PM. The display will launch from Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park. The best views will be somewhere near Miami University Regional Campus. Music sound track WMOH 1450 AM THE TICKET.

2020 4th of July Fireworks Promo

Watch Hamilton's 4th of July fireworks display this Saturday, July 4th, at 10pm! Fireworks will be launched from Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and we suggest the following locations for the best views: Joyce Park, Miami University Hamilton's parking lots, Officer Bob Gentry Park, Lodder Park, & BTW Community Center. Don't forget to tune into 1450 WMOH for accompanying music. Please remember to practice social distancing. Special thanks to all of our sponsors for this years show including: Frost Brown Todd Attorneys, Bradley Payne LLC, RiversEdge, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Tim Naab, Robert Brown Construction Co., Pat Moeller, and an anonymous donor.

Posted by City of Hamilton, Ohio – City Hall on Tuesday, June 30, 2020