FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why do a fireworks show on the Saturday before the Fourth of July?
By falling on the Saturday before the Fourth, the Bremerton Bridge Blast allows people to get an early start to the holiday in addition to their usual festivities. There is no such thing as too much fireworks. So come out and enjoy this special show to kick off your Independence Day celebrations!
Where is a good place to watch the show from?
1. The Bremerton boardwalk will have some of the best views and will also have live music, delicious food, crafts and shopping all day.
2. Evergreen-Rotary Park also provides a good viewing area with plenty of grass for seating. Snacks and light-up toys will be available for purchase.
3. Whitey Domstad Park is the closest public area on the Manette side of the bridge, offering a grassy hill and some benches for families to sit down. *There is limited parking in Manette.
4. There are also VIP viewing seats on the USS Turner Joy Historical Ship. To purchase tickets, click HERE.
What road closures should I know about?
1. The Manette Bridge will be closed to vehicles from 8 a.m. Saturday until 2 a.m. Sunday
2. 11th Street from Pitt Avenue to Scott Avenue will be closed to vehicles all day for the Manette Block Party
3. Upper Shore Drive in Manette will be closed to vehicles from 10th Street to Hayward Avenue
4. The Manette Bridge will be closed to pedestrians from 9 p.m. until after the fireworks show has been cleared (approximately 10:45 p.m.).
Where can boats anchor to watch the show?
Boat traffic is restricted from crossing under the bridge from 9 p.m. until approximately 10:45 p.m.
Boat traffic is restricted from an area approximately 2,500 feet by 350 feet off the Bremerton marina during the air show.
Can I bring my drone to this event?
No. Drones of any kind are not allowed. This includes parks, the boardwalk, marina, the bridge or over water due to airshow restrictions and regulations.