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Mayor Adams Announces 10,000 Free Tickets For General Public For Macy’s 4th Of July Fireworks

June 25, 2024

Nation’s Largest Independence Day Celebration to Return to Hudson River for 48th Annual Fireworks Show

NEW YORK – New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced 10,000 free tickets to the general public to view the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks from Hudson River Park’s Pier 45 or Pier 84 in Manhattan. To learn more or get tickets, visit Tickets will go live on Wednesday, June 26th at 10:00AM and will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Each member of the public will be limited to two tickets. The fireworks show will be visible all along the West Side Highway for those who do not receive a ticket. Entry points for the general public are:

  • Christopher Street and Washington Street
  • West 11th Street and Washington Street
  • West 12th Street and Washington Street
  • West 29th Street and 11th Avenue
  • West 40th Street and 11th Avenue

 ADA accessible viewing locations will be located at Christopher Street and Washington Street and West 41st Street and 11th Avenue.

“While all New Yorkers will be able to take part in the illumination of our sky at the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks, our administration is making sure that 10,000 lucky New Yorkers have an opportunity to enjoy the show with a front row seat,” said Mayor Adams. “We’re making sure everyone has a fair shot at attending one of the city’s most exciting and iconic events. I look forward to joining the thousands of viewers celebrating America’s birthday right here in the Big Apple.”

“New York City has gone above and beyond to make sure that New Yorkers are able to safely view the spectacular Macy’s fireworks this year,” said Noreen Doyle, president and CEO, Hudson River Park Trust. “We appreciate all Mayor Adams and his team have done to support this celebratory event, along with the New York City Police Department, Fire Department, and many other agencies, for their careful planning, and we look forward to celebrating with thousands of people on July 4.”

For the first time in over a decade, the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks will launch from barges along the Hudson River, lighting up the New York City skyline and providing miles of prime viewing along the West Side of Manhattan. This year’s display will feature thousands of shells, with an array of effects and vibrant colors, shapes, light, and sounds.

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