Fireworks are a long-standing tradition to celebrate and commemorate holidays and events. Traditionally the use of fireworks has been associated with Independence Day, the most widely celebrated fireworks holiday in the U.S., but fireworks are a great way to celebrate weddings, grand openings, birthdays, corporate events, and New Year’s Eve. History of Fireworks(link to Wikipedia& fantasy fireworks history page) fireworks page.

Below is a list of American holidays where fireworks light up the sky:

US Holidays

New Year's Day January 1
Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 17
Chinese New Year Between January 21 - February 20
President's Day February 21
Black History Month February
Groundhog Day February 2
St. Valentine's Day February 14
Women’s History Month March
St. Patrick’s Day March 17
April Fool’s Day April 1
Easter Sunday March 31
Arbor Day April 26
Cinco De Mayo May 5
Mother’s Day May 12
Memorial Day May 27
Flag Day June 14
Father’s Day June 16
U.S. Independence Day July 4
Labor Day September 2
Patriot Day September 11
Columbus Day October 14
Halloween October 31
Diwali November 3
Guy Fawkes November 5
Veterans’ Day November 11
Thanksgiving Day November 28
Pearl Harbor Day December 7
Christmas Day December 25
Hanukkah 25th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev, celebrated for 8 days
Kwanzaa December 26