It’s wouldn’t be the Fourth of July without a wild round of explosives. Some people live for that 20 minute display of booming, colorful pyrotechnics known as fireworks. It’s been years since I’ve been to a Western New York location to watch the fireworks. And my son, who is now 6, has shown no interest in joining hundreds of people on a lawn to witness the spectacular show. Yes, he scared of the noise. Maybe next year. So where will you be going to see the fireworks this year? So you don’t miss out on the excitement, click here to check out where and when the fireworks will be going off around your neighborhood. List provided by WKBW.