It’s time to celebrate Independence Day. Fireworks are not legal in every state, but they are available and sold in many. With the 4th of July coming up, you may be getting the holiday itch and want to find yourself a bunch of fireworks to set off in your backyard. Below find a list of some of the biggest and best places to purchase fireworks all over the country.
TNT Fireworks Supercenter – Click here to check out all their locations from Pennsylvania to Texas to Alabama to New Hampshire. TNT has stands, tents and supercenters all over the U.S.
Phantom Fireworks – You’ve probably come across one of these stores in your lifetime. They have stores, stands and tents in every state in the country. Click here to check out all of their locations and find the closest one to you.
Fireworks Supermarket – This franchise allows you to order fireworks online in addition to the actual stores. They have locations in Alabama, West Virginia, Missouri, Indiana, Arkansas, South Carolina … the list goes on and on. See what locations are in your area by clicking here.
Sky King Fireworks – This retailer has showrooms in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Georgia and Florida. They even have a 4th of July countdown going on. Click here to check out the locations.
Renaissance Fireworks – If you’re looking for Fireworks in Minnesota, there are over 40 locations in the state. Click here for the addresses to each of them.
Fireworks City – Fireworks City has locations in six different states, from Louisiana to Missouri to Tennessee. For information on each of the locations, click here.
Hale Fireworks – This company has over 350 retail locations across the United States. Oklahoma, Mississippi, Wisconsin and Texas are some of the states where the stores are located. Click here for the Hale Fireworks store finder.
There are sixteen states that legally allow the sale and distribution of fireworks – Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.