Refer to this list for some of the best fireworks shows in the Pittsburgh area.
If you’re tired of the typical ho-hum neighborhood fireworks show, celebrate America’s independence with these 4th of July parties sure to set off your nightlife with a bang.
The annual Three Rivers Regatta is just two weeks away. This year’s festival will feature all of the fun-filled traditions of years past along with some new attractions.
America’s largest 4th of July Celebration hits the Point July 2 – 4th.
The sky over Hartwood Acres will burst with color, sound and music Saturday afternoon and evening as Pyrotecnico presents what it calls America’s largest fireworks festival.
The skating rink at PPG Place to Market Square and over to Point State Park – all of them were filled with tens of thousands of people Friday night celebrating the start of the holiday season. Pittsburgh knows how to throw a party.
They may not be your typical hallmarks of the holidays in most cities, but in Pittsburgh, nothing says Christmas like fireworks and fireballs.
They may not be your typical hallmarks of the holidays in most cities, but in Pittsburgh, nothing says Christmas like fireworks and fireballs. Both will be featured in the 14th annual Duquesne Light Santa Spectacular with CBS Radio.
Don’t miss the Duquesne Light Santa Spectacular Driven by Hyundai on Friday, November 16th at Point State Park!
We know Western Pennsylvania loves its fireworks. And that makes our area the perfect place for a fireworks convention.
Western Pennsylvania loves its fireworks. And that makes our area the perfect place for a fireworks convention.
A girl from Sharon Pennsylvania is recovering from severe burns after a firecracker explodes in her hand.
A local couple is searching for their show dog Quince. Qunice is an Australian Shepherd and weighs 60 pounds. His handlers say he jumped the fence in the backyard of their home on Concord Drive in Irwin at about 11 p.m. on the Fourth of July.
The annual Fourth of July fireworks show in Mount Lebanon was moved to a cemetery Wednesday night.
Thousands of people are spending the Fourth of July in Pittsburgh. The Three Rivers Regatta was one of the main attractions this afternoon, but of course, everyone’s waiting for the fireworks tonight.