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BernCo and CABQ to Host Non-spectator Fireworks Displays on the Fourth of July

07/02/2020
10:09 AM

Bernalillo County and the City of Albuquerque are partnering to bring four fireworks displays to citizens in four different places in the metro area.

Beginning at 9:20 p.m. on the Fourth of July, fireworks will be launched from:

  • Tom Tenorio Park, 3590 Arenal Rd. SW (park will be closed until Sunday morning July 5)

  • Ladera Golf Course, 3401 Ladera Dr. NW

  • North Domingo Baca Park, 7521 Carmel Ave. NE

  • Manzano Mesa Park, 501 Elizabeth St. SE

Each of these sites will be closed to the public, both pedestrians and vehicles, several hours ahead of the planned launch time of 9:20 p.m. (weather permitting) for safety reasons. Gatherings near these sites are strongly discouraged.

Bernalillo County also wants to remind pet owners that animals should be secured indoors during Fourth of July events and all animals should have identification in case they escape.

The fireworks will be synchronized to music that will be broadcast on KKOB-AM and KKOB-FM radio.

For questions, call 505-468-7777 in the unincorporated county or 311 in the city.

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