BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The unofficial end of summer will have fireworks over the Inner Harbor and a push to “Fall Back Safely.”

The Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts on Wednesday announced that on Sunday, Sept. 5– Labor Day weekend– from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m., there will be a DJ spinning a variety of hits at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater and Promenade. It all culminates in a 15-minute fireworks display.

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This year’s Fourth of July fireworks were canceled due to the pandemic.

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In keeping with the event’s name, “Fall Back Safely,” organizers will hand out hand sanitizer and facemasks throughout the evening and encourage six feet of distance.

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BOPA said the organization is “exploring” a partnership with the Baltimore City Health Department to offer free vaccinations and COVID-19 tests.

CBS Baltimore Staff