New York 4th of July Fireworks 2017

New York is a state located in the North eastern and Mid-Atlantic region of the United States.

Albany is the capital while New York City is the largest city.

Other big cities in New York include – Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Syracuse, New Rochelle, Mount Vernon, Schenectady, Utica, etc.

Every year, July 4 – the Independence Day of United States is celebrated in with grand fireworks across the state.

The main 4th July Fireworks of the New York State or call it entire United States will take place in the New York City over the Brooklyn Bridge – they are the Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks.

Apart from this notable 4th of July Fireworks in other parts of the State of New York include -

In Buffalo, 4th July fireworks take place at Lake Lasalle, Buffalo Bisons at Coca Cola Field, Canalside, Cheektowaga Town Park, etc.

Rochester celebrates July 4th Independence Day in style with a spectacular display of fireworks. Festivities begin on the Main Street Bridge, from South Ave to Exchange.

Apart from this, notable 4th of July Fireworks take place in Yonkers, Syracuse, New Rochelle, Mount Vernon, Schenectady, Utica.

Below you can find Photos & Videos of New York 4th of July Fireworks 2017.

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New York 4th of July Fireworks Display Live Telecast / Streaming 2017 :

In New York, you can watch the Fourth of July Fireworks 2017 LIVE on local TV Channels.

Albany – WTEN, WNYT, WXXA-TV

Binghamton – WBNG-TV, WIVT, WICZ-TV, WSKG-TV

Buffalo – WGRZ, WIVB-TV, WKBW-TV, WNED-TV, WNLO, WUTV, WNYO-TV

New York – WCBS-TV, WNBC, WNYW, WABC-TV, WPIX, WNYE-TV, WPXN-TV

Rochester – WROC-TV, WHEC-TV, WHAM-TV, WXXI-TV, WUHF

Schenectady – WRGB, WMHT, WCWN

Syracuse – WSTM-TV, WTVH, WSYR-TV, WCNY-TV, WNYS-TV, WSPX-TV, WSYT

Utica – WKTV, WUTR, WFXV

Live Streaming and Webcast of New York 4th July Fireworks 2017 will be available on websites of these TV channels and other popular news portals of New York.