OCEAN CITY, N.J. (CBS) – Fourth of July celebrations in Ocean City will look a little different this year. Overnight, the mayor announced the 4th of July fireworks and the annual “Night in Venice” will not be held this year.Philadelphia Students Finding Comfort In Rec Centers Again Amid Gun Violence Epidemic
Mayor Jay Gillian said the decision was made to keep visitors healthy by eliminating the possibility of dense crowds.
Meanwhile, the Wildwoods are not shying away from their 4th of July festivities.
This just in! Fireworks will light up the night sky for the 4th of July! Friday Night Fireworks will continue Friday nights July 10th through September 4th. The New location will be the beach at Rio Grande Avenue (behind the Wildwoods Sign). pic.twitter.com/Y3V8VgyeD1READ MORE: 'I Thought I Was Done': Residents Of Trevose Mobile Home Park Pick Up The Pieces After EF-3 Tornado
— Wildwoods New Jersey (@Wildwoods_NJ) June 22, 2020
Fireworks will light up the night sky for the 4th of July at 10 p.m.MORE NEWS: Pirates' Crowe, 2 Relievers 1-Hit Phillies, End 4-Game Skid
Fireworks will then continue every Friday night at 10 p.m., starting on July 10 and running through Sept. 4.