They will be fired from barges in the middle of the bay.
This means almost every spot on the Bayfront is a good place to see the fireworks.
The city will open Liberty Park at 6 p.m. so you can claim your front row seat.
But there are other great viewing spots like local restaurants.
"We've never really been open on the Fourth of July yet," said Sloppy Duck Saloon General Manager Jason Kaldorf. "With the fireworks there are supposed to be tons of people down here. We have live entertainment on Wednesday as well, and we're hoping for great business."
And if you want to get really close to the action you can always take out your boat or rent one from a place like Port Erie Sports.
"We're going to have boats available all evening so people can go out, watch the fireworks, and we'll help them get back in," said Kim Orelski of Port Erie Sports.
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