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Where to Watch Labor Day Fireworks in Baltimore

September 3, 2021
Fireworks over Baltimore's Inner Harbor for Labor Day.

Baltimore is closing out the summer with a little extra sizzle!

Baltimore City, The Mayor’s Office, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and Waterfront Partnership are partnering to bring a little extra sizzle to the end of Summer. On Sunday, September 5th, fireworks will adorn the Inner Harbor at 8:30pm.

However, unlike 4th of July extravaganza’s of the past, this sizzle is not really a gathering – and given the current health situation, it makes more sense this way. There will be no formal program or live music in the Amphitheater this year; instead DJ Michael Joyner will spin tunes remotely and it will be streamed through speakers along the Inner Harbor Promenade. Mercy Medical Center will be in the Amphitheater to offer free COVID vaccinations, and free masks and hand sanitizer will also be available.

 

But with miles and miles of Harbor Views, waterfront restaurants, and a city full of rooftop decks- we are not short on safe, socially distanced places to watch the fireworks from.

The fireworks will shoot from a barge hauled to the Inner Harbor, providing spectacular views from several public spaces in and around Downtown Baltimore. This is the perfect opportunity to support your favorite Downtown restaurant, or try somewhere new (with a view!).

Top 10 Places to View the Inner Harbor Fireworks
1. The Rusty Scupper
2. Sand Lot
3. Phillip’s Crab Deck
4. LP Steamers Deck
5. Loch Bar
6. Little Havana
7. Blackwall Hitch
8. The Bygone
9. Capital Grill
10. Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

*Reservations recommended. Check websites for hours and availability.

Stellar Views from Public Parks
1. Federal Hill
2. Canton Waterfront Park
3. Middle Branch Park
4. Tide Point Waterfront Park
5. Bond Street Wharf

Downtown Baltimore is excited to welcome you back to enjoy the fireworks. Please do so safely, with masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing. You can learn more about the Fall Back Safely fireworks, presented by The Baltimore City Mayor’s Office, Baltimore Promotion of the Arts, and Waterfront Partnership by visiting Promotionandarts.org.