The 17-minute fireworks show launched from the Reflecting Pool area of the National Mall starts at 9:10 p.m. Public access to the mall through security checkpoints begins at 10 a.m.
This year’s “A Capitol Fourth” concert on the West Lawn of the Capitol features John Williams, Matthew Broderick and Kool & The Gang among others. General admission gates open at 3 p.m., and the concert starts at 8 p.m.
In Annapolis, look for an old-fashioned parade, a concert and fireworks launched from a barge in Annapolis Harbor.
The Great American Festival takes over the entire waterfront at National Harbor June 30. It features more than a dozen bands and DJs performing on three outdoor stages, and fireworks over the Potomac. Tickets start at $39.99.
Ocean City will shoot off fireworks at two locations at the same time: downtown on the beach at North Division Street and uptown at Northside Park.
Head to Mount Vernon to see daytime “smoke” fireworks shot over the Potomac River. There will be an ice-cream making demonstration and free birthday cake while it lasts. Admission is $15 for adults and $7 for kids age 6-11. Kids 5 and younger are free.
The Great Meadow Foundation is hosting a celebration at its field in The Plains, complete with fireworks and live music by groups like the Cobbler Mountain Grass Band and the Nighthawks. Admission is $35 for pre-ordered tickets and $40 at the gate.
Purcellville is hosting a family fun day in Franklin Park, with fireworks at dark.
If you’re in Reston, head to Lake Fairfax Park to enjoy the Water Mine, pony rides, the carousel and fireworks shot over the lake.
Check out Vienna’s festival and fireworks held at the Vienna Community Center, Yeonas Park and Southside Park.
Some communities in the D.C. region have been forced to cancel July 4th fireworks display. To see where, follow this link.
To stay on top of road closures and the holiday Metro schedule, follow this link.
WTOP’s Michelle Basch contributed to this report. Follow Michelle and WTOP on Twitter.