Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Display in Biloxi

With the Fourth of July approaching, the City of Biloxi is preparing for their annual fireworks display.

The decades-long tradition will get started on Thursday around 9 p.m. from a barge inside Deer Island. Hosted by the City of Biloxi and the Boom-Boom Committee, the large display can be seen from all along the Coast.

For those looking for a place to watch the show away from fireworks, the city will be setting up a mile-long ‘fireworks free zone’ along Highway 90. Cecilia Dobbs-Walton with the City of Biloxi said, “Families and individuals can sit on the beach. It’s from Oak Street to the Small Craft Harbor and it’s about a mile long where they can sit. No fireworks will be shot off in that area so they don’t have to worry about debris or any sparks or anything falling on them or family members.”

For more information on the different Fourth of July events happening around the Coast, click here.

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