Guide to the Woodbridge Township Annual Independence Day Fireworks

With the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, it’s time to start planning your celebration. The Woodbridge Township Annual Independence Day Fireworks is a great way to commemorate the holiday, so we’ve provided a guide for this year’s festival below:

Here’s everything you need to know about the Woodbridge Township Annual Independence Day Fireworks Celebration.

When The Festivities Start:

 Mark your calendars, because the fireworks are a wonderful community event you will not want to miss. The Woodbridge Township Annual Independence Day Fireworks are scheduled for Sunday, July 3, 2016, at the Alvin P. Williams Memorial Park in Sewaren. A rain date is scheduled for Tuesday, July 5.

The gates to the Alvin P. Williams Memorial Park will open at 4 p.m. Keep in mind that there is no reserved seating and the park fills up fast. For the best view, get to the park as soon as you can.

What to Bring:

Since there’s no reserved seating, make sure you bring comfortable lawn chairs or beach towels to sit on. No alcoholic beverages are permitted but feel free to bring a cooler with water bottles, snacks and other Fourth of July goodies.

There are a few solid hours of sunlight left when the park first opens. Bring sunscreen, hats and sunglasses to avoid getting sunburned. Nothing’s worse than getting fried on Fourth of July but taking proper precautions can help you get the most out of the celebration.

Live Music from AM Gold Yacht Rock Party

Festivalgoers also get to enjoy live music by AM Gold Yacht Rock Party, a popular adult-contemporary cover band out of New York City. With their catalogue of hits from the late 1970s through the mid-1980s, AM Gold brings life to any party.

 During the Woodbridge Township Annual Independence Day Fireworks, AM Gold will play classics from Steely Dan, Kenny Loggins, Jackson Browne, Lionel Richie and more. They’re scheduled to play at 8 p.m., according to AM Gold’s website, so wear your favorite dancing shoes and get ready to boogie.

Fireworks Etiquette

Lighting up fireworks is a great way to celebrate Fourth of July. Following these guidelines and best practices can help you get the most out of your holiday:

          
  • Fireworks are beautiful but must be handled with care. Make sure you’re a safe distance from where they’re being set off.
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  • If you’re going with young children, keep an eye on them while they’re running around. You don’t want them to get too close to fireworks or disrupt other festival goers.
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  • The Woodbridge Township Annual Township Independence Day Fireworks is a popular event each year. Seating can get tight as the evening progresses, so be courteous and make room for other festivalgoers.

Happy Fourth of July!

The Fourth of July is an awesome summer holiday. Celebrating at the Woodbridge Township Annual Independence Day Fireworks is a great way to honor the United States and how far we’ve come since our founding. So grab your favorite lawn chair and a few friends and head to Alvin P. Williams Memorial Park for an awesome community tradition. 

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