We talked about the firework shows around the world and even touched on the largest firework display ever. As we close out our favorite month here at Jerry Pelfrey Fireworks, we thought we’d do a quick 4th of July Celebration recap, talking about some of the most exciting firework displays for this year’s Independence Day.
St. Louis, MO
“America’s Biggest Birthday Party” has been held in St. Louis since 1981. The 2022 display for the 4th of July included 30 minutes of colorful firework explosions framed by the iconic Gateway Arch on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Those who celebrated America’s birthday in its birthplace enjoyed quite the display at Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The 4th of July was just one celebration of a 16-day Wawa Welcome America festival.
The 4th of July at the Rose Bowl this year marked the 96th year of a stunning firework display. While it’s most popularly known for the New Year’s Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game, the stadium’s annual AmericaFest Celebration is another of its long-running traditions.
Santa Claus, IN
Indiana’s Holiday World theme park in Santa Claus knows how to do the 4th of July, with an entire land dedicated to the holiday. The park has a new Holidays in the Sky fireworks display, which was extended for the 4th of July.
The nation’s capital is the place to be for the 4th of July celebration. Surrounded by memorials and monuments that honor important moments and individuals in American history, Washington D.C.’s independence day fireworks display took place on the National Mall.
Let’s Spark Something!
These are just a handful of the incredible firework displays the country saw this year on the 4th of July. And while we're sad to see the holiday come and go, we’re excited to see what’s to come through the rest of the year for fireworks!
So, whether you’re looking for a private show or wholesale purchases for a firework business of your own, you’ve come to the right place. Jerry Pelfrey Fireworks is the largest independent fireworks business in Kentucky. Contact us today by calling 606-367-5569.