Fall River has announced that its annual Fourth of July fireworks display is returning this year.

Mayor Paul Coogan announced today that the fireworks will take place on Sunday, July 4 at around 9 p.m. The display will, as usual, take place over the Taunton River, with free viewing available at both Bicentennial and Heritage State Parks.

According to the Mayor’s Office, there will also be live music along the waterfront prior to the fireworks as well as food and ice cream trucks in the area. The details are all laid out on the Facebook event page.

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New Bedford, meanwhile, is expected to hold its fireworks display on Saturday, July 3. A formal announcement has not yet been made by the city.

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