Its not the Fourth of July without a good old-fashioned fireworks display lighting up the night sky.

And while county residents will be allowed to terrify pets and annoy neighbors late into the night, those who live inside city limits will have to attend one of the many public displays in and around El Paso.

Here's where you can get your red, white, and boom on in 2019.

Wednesday, July 3

Southwest University Park
Downtown

• Fireworks after the baseball game, approximately 9 p.m. but could be closer to 10 p.m. [More Info]

Thursday, July 4

Ascarate Park
6900 Delta Dr.

• Day-long celebration includes live music, food trucks, activities for the kids, and fireworks over the lake at approximately 9 p.m. [More Info]

Pop Goes the Fort at Biggs Park
11388 Sergeant Major Blvd.

• Patriotic concert featuring the El Paso Symphony Orchestra beginning at 7:30 p.m., fireworks immediately after. [More Info]

Wet ‘N Wild Waterworld
8804 South Desert Boulevard, Anthony, TX

• Park closes at 8 p.m., fireworks begin at 9 p.m. [More Info]

Western Playland
1249 Futurity Dr., Sunland Park, NM

• Park closes at 10 p.m., fireworks soon after [More Info]

Harvest Christian Center Freedom Festival
1345 New Harvest Place

• Fireworks after Christian music concert, approximately 9 p.m. [More Info]

City of Socorro Independence Day Extravaganza
Cougar Park, 10664 Socorro Rd

• Festivities begin at 4 p.m., fireworks at approximately 9:30 p.m. [More Info]

Las Cruces 2019 Fourth of July Celebration
Pat and Lou Sisbarro Community Park, 3205 Arrowhead Dr., NMSU campus

• Fireworks after Night Ranger concert, approximately 11 p.m. [More Info]

Old Mesilla 4th of July Celebration
Avenida de Mesilla and Calle de Mercado

• Fireworks after Mesilla Plaza concert, around 9 p.m. [More Info]