Jaffrey New Hampshire Fireworks Rules The fireworks in Jaffrey New Hampshire are amazing. I had the opportunity to go to them on 8/20/11. The price to get in is a bit much but it is well worth it. These fireworks are put on by Atlas which is a well known international pyrotechnics company. Atlas has several locations but is originally out of Jaffrey NH. The festival of fireworks is located at the Jaffrey Municipal-Silver Ranch Airport right off of route 124.
The gates open at 4pm to get in and you want to arrive at or around that time. The town of Jaffrey always has them on the 3rd Saturday in August. The fireworks happen rain or shine so come prepared. The parking at the airport is on a first come first serve basis. There are about 30,000 people that will be there. Once you’re parked you will be blocked in so you cannot leave until everyone leaves after the fireworks. There are a few other parking lots near the airport that people rent out.
There’s no parking on the street when this event happens. The ticket prices for 2011 are as follows. For walk-in tickets it’ll cost $6 per adult for the advanced sale or cieśla niemcy $8 per adult the day of the fireworks. For a car pass which is up to a minivan or SUV is $35 for advanced sale or $40 on the day of the fireworks. There is a VIP section that is up to a minivan or SUV is $150 and you can only purchase those in advanced.
Advanced tickets can be purchased at several locations including the Jaffrey Chamber of Commerce. The rest of the prices I will give you are for the day of the fireworks because there’s no pre-sale available for these vehicles. For a 12-15 passenger van it costs $75. For a motorcycle it’ll cost $10 per person. For a small camper 20-35 feet it will cost $75. For a medium camper 35-50 feet it will cost $100.
For a large camper which is over 50 feet will cost $150. For a coach or school bus that would be $200. While you are there and waiting for the fireworks to happenwhich will be around 9pm there’s a lot of entertainment. They have a skydiving show as well as live music. If you have any concerns about the place and how to use Cieśla Niemcy (http://www.102.bosa.org.ua/), you can speak to us at the web-page. There are plenty of concession stands there that sell all kinds of food such as Fried Dough, Ice Cream, French Fries, Steak and Cheese Subs, Pizza, Funnel Cakes, etc. There also are many vendors there selling all kinds of light up toys, bracelets, necklaces, hats, glasses, etc.
You will not be bored waiting for the fireworks to start. You’re allowed to bring in your own coolers and food but no alcohol. It is a good idea to bring in your own snacks and sodas. The food isn’t that expensive but on a hot day you’ll spend a lot more money for drinks then you would if you brought in your own.