Berks County has plenty to offer on July 4th when it comes to Fireworks and community events. Here are a few events you won’t want to miss.

Star-Spangled Spectacular Concert

Come hear your favorite patriotic melodies in a free concert in a park-like setting. Bring your picnic baskets, maybe a bottle of wine, and sit back, relax, and enjoy your RSO in a unique outdoor concert experience. The event features fun and food trucks, and concludes with a dazzling fireworks display. Don’t forget to bring your food donations for the Greater Berks Food Bank. Tickets are available at Boscov’s​ Berkshire Mall, Boscov’s​ Fairgrounds, Boscov’s​ Exeter Township,​ and the Reading Symphony Orchestra​ office. Thursday, July 4, 2019 @ 8:00 p.m. on the EnerSys Corporation Grounds.

West Reading Independence Day Celebration

West Reading will hold its annual Independence Day Celebration from 6pm-9pm at the Pavilion/Field. The event starts off with open remarks by Mayor Andrew Kearney, and features food, music, and fireworks at 9:30pm.

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Reading Fightin Phils

The regular fireworks show set for July 3rd has been changed to a Mega Blast Fireworks Show. Celebrate the nation’s independence watching the largest fireworks show in stadium history on July 3rd! Only chance to celebrate the holidays with us is Wednesday night.
Game starts at 7:10

Governor Mifflin Community Days

No fireworks July 4th, but it’s worth a mention that Governor Mifflin Community Days will host Fireworks on Saturday, July 6th. Community days is open July 4th, and serves as a unique community fair featuring food, games, rides, and some of the best regional entertainment.