4th Of July Weekend

As a reminder for all of our Bernalillo County residents, all aerial fireworks are banned for the 4th of July.  This means any that go over 10 ft. in the air orfirework-safety taller than 6 ft. on the ground.  With wildfires at an all-time high, this is especially important for those living at the edge of the cities and in more rural areas.

Don’t worry!  There are still places to go this holiday to enjoy fantastic fireworks displays in NM.  There are also a variety of other events aside from the fireworks that can make this weekend fun for the whole family.  Below are links to most of the events being held for 4th of July weekend.  All of us at Brown & Brown of NM hope you have a fun (and safe!) holiday weekend.


Find Fourth of July Fireworks and More

Put on your party hat and get out the sparklers; the Fourth of July is here. No other holiday brings so many people together to look up and enjoy what’s in the sky. Find out where to see fireworks, and whether or not there’s a parade near you (there probably is).


Freedom 4th – City of Albuquerque

Freedom 4th will feature Albuquerque’s favorite sweet and savory treats from over 30 local food vendors. Find BBQ, stuffed sopapillas, burgers or Frito pie from a variety of food vendors. Remember to save room for dessert and yummy sweets like churros, ice cream, funnel cakes, shaved ice, and donuts.


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