Since the Fourth of July lands on a Sunday this year, that means there's an extra day to celebrate with the family on Monday! Here's a look at just some of the fun things going on in and around Providence this Fourth of July weekend.

Fireworks display

Warwick Independence Day Fireworks

Catch a wonderful seaside fireworks display from Warwick's Oakland Beach on July 3. The show will begin at 9 p.m. and will last for about 40 minutes. If you're headed to the seawall, expect some traffic delays. Another great viewing option is City Park, offering unobstructed views along the shoreline.


Bristol’s Fourth of July Celebration

Join in the fun at America’s oldest Fourth of July Celebration in nearby Bristol, RI, just a short drive from the capital. Stop by the Bristol Concert Series, happening now through July 3 at Roger Williams University. Head over to Bristol Harbor for a spectacular fireworks display on July 4. Get to the parade route early on July 5 to witness the historic Bristol Fourth of July Parade beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Newport Fireworks

Newport Fourth of July Fireworks Display

Take the Providence–Newport Ferry down to Newport to celebrate their Independence Day festivities. The fireworks display will be held on July 4 after dark, at around 9:15 p.m., with the best view being from Newport Harbor. Popular viewing locations include Perrotti Park, King Park and Queen Anne Square.

McCoy food trucks and fireworks

Pawtucket Presents Fireworks & Food Trucks

On Saturday, July 3, grab a bite from more than a dozen food trucks in Pawtucket at Joseph Jenks Junior High. There will be live music and family fun beginning at 6 p.m., and fireworks will be launched from McCoy Stadium at 9 p.m. The event is free — you just pay for what you eat and drink.