Fireworks are part of the classic Americana that surrounds the Fourth of July. Memories are made around sparklers and Roman candles.  There's firework displays planned all across East Texas that promises to will light up the night this fourth of July!

Tyler will have three  firework shows including;  Bryan Conaway's fireworks display at the Dam Lake Tyler, a fireworks display at the First Baptist Church Tyler-South Campus, and join KNUE along with the Tyler Jaycees fireworks display at Lindsey Park!   Enjoy the fireworks and patriotic music at the same time!

Our sister station has details on spectacular firework displays to help you decide where to go enjoy your Fourth of July.

Find the nearest Firework display show near year, after the jump!

Fireworks at the Fishery
in Athens will be held July 4. Gates open at 4 p.m. Fishing will be allowed in the stocked casting pond until 30 minutes before the fireworks begin. Fireworks begin at dark. Families may bring picnics, but pets, alcohol, tobacco, and personal fireworks will not be allowed.

A Fireworks Spectacular will take place at dark on July 4 at Canton's First Monday grounds west gate.

Edom will have a July 4 Celebration at the Community Center Park, and fireworks will be displayed at dark. Donations are accepted for the fireworks.

Henderson will have a fireworks display at dusk July 4 over Lake Forest Park.

From 9 to 10 p.m. July 4, there will be fireworks at Lake Jacksonville in Jacksonville by the public concession area on Byrd Road. Families are welcome and admission is free.

Celebrate our Freedom will take place July 4 at the Longview Texas Fairgrounds in Longview. Fireworks will begin at dark.

A firework display will be at dusk July 4 at the Mineola Civic Center. This will conclude their Wet and Wild Day which begins at noon. Admission is $5.

Fireworks will be one of the activities planned during Summerfest starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday at Whitehouse's City Park.