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Summer Fireworks Schedule in Lake George

The Village has announced that "all free concerts in the park are being restored along with 10 weekly fireworks shows after a pause in 2020 and reduction in 2021!"

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Please note, the fireworks are weather dependent and run by the Village of Lake George, who can be reached at 518.668.5771.

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2022 Fireworks

After fireworks on July 4, the Thursday night fireworks will start July 7 at approximately 9:30pm. The Village has announced that the fireworks will continue on Thursdays for 10 weeks, which means they should wrap up with the last date on September 8.

The Lake George Community Band will play on Thursdays from July 7 through 28, as well as June 30 (there are just no fireworks on June 30).

Where to Watch the Fireworks:

The best place to watch fireworks is along the waterfront in Lake George Village between Shepard Park Beach and Million Dollar Beach.

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Looking for 4th of July fireworks throughout the region? Check them out here »

WATCH: Fireworks Video

Wondering what to expect during the summer fireworks over Lake George? 

Click here to watch a video of the Lake George fireworks!

Bolton Landing (just 5 miles north) also puts on some fireworks displays in the summer.

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