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After three years, fireworks return to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for July 4th

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Posted at 9:59 AM, May 27, 2022

BALTIMORE — After three years, fireworks are returning to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to celebrate July 4th.

To start the day off, the American Visionary Art Museum will host a free Pet Parade and Animal Talent Show at 9am. 

Main festivities kick off at 4pm with a two-and-a-half hour performance by the Navy Band Commodores, at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater.

In between, there will be food trucks, street performers, and various other activities along the promenade.

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Beginning at 7pm, families can have a picnic and enjoy the night from the top of the World Trade Center's Observation Level. Tickets for that can be purchased here.

At 7:30pm, Baltimore native Wordsmith will perform from the main stage at Rash Field Park, followed by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Star-Spangled Celebration concert.

Fireworks will light up the Baltimore sky to close out the night at 9:30.