Need to know about where to watch the fireworks July 5 and July 6 in the Hamptons? We’ve got the schedule for ya! Be sure to arrive early and set up your blanket before dusk! We recommend getting to any fireworks show in the Hamptons by 8 o’clock so you can relax on your blanket prior to the show!
Friday July 5, 2013
Grucci Fireworks in Southampton
Dusk (Rain Date: July 7)
If you don’t attend the Southampton Fresh Air Home’s Annual American Picnic, you can still enjoy the Grucci fireworks show, free from Coopers Beach. HINT: Don’t forget your beach pass, or hitch a ride with someone who has one. 1030 Meadow Lane, Southampton. 631-283-5847 sfah.org
Saturday July 6, 2013
These fireworks will serve as entertainment during a break in the racing schedule.
Devon Yacht Club Fireworks
Even though this is a members-only event, anyone in Amagansett can still enjoy the show with a great view from neighboring Fresh Pond Beach. Buffet for Devon members at 7:30 p.m. 300 Abraham’s Landing Road, Amagansett. 631-267-6340
Sag Harbor Fireworks
After dusk, @ 9 p.m.
Sponsored by Sag Harbor Yacht Club, these fireworks will be visible from most places in the onetime whaling port. Try Havens Beach, Marine Park, Long Wharf or the harbor. 27 Bay Street, Sag Harbor. Our suggestion… car pool. 631-725-0567
Greenport Fourth of July Carnival & Fireworks (Night 2)
This is the second night of fireworks for this carnival. The fireworks will still be visible from many places in Greenport besides the carnival.
North Sea Fireman’s Field (Night 2)
This will be the second night of fireworks for this carnival, so still anticipate a good deal of traffic and people through Noyac. (See July 3 entry for complete info.)
Click here to find out where to watch fireworks on the East End all weekend and throughout the month.