New Year Eve fireworks have already set off a new tradition across the U.S. in an attempt to mark the beginning of the new year.
The New Year is a day of celebration for millions of people in many parts of the country, and the fireworks are the biggest and best way to mark it.
But the event is also a celebration of a certain group of people who do not celebrate it on New Year – immigrants, the LGBT community, Black Lives Matter and others.
Many New Year fireworks will be lit in cities across the country from coast-to-coast.
The first New Year firework displays will be at the Empire State Building in New York, with thousands of people attending.
“The city is celebrating in celebration of the great New Year, and we’re going to do everything we can to celebrate the first of February with great New Years Eve fireworks,” said David Zuckerman, the city’s director of public safety and fire.
The city has also set up special events to honor those who were killed during the protests, with music, performances and other activities.
For the New Year in New Jersey, thousands of New Yorkers gathered at a park in Fort Lee to watch the New York Fire Department’s helicopters fly overhead.
The Fire Department said the fireworks were the first in the nation to be lit at the park since a fire in the park erupted on New Years Day in 2015.
A large New Year flag is raised in New Orleans on January 6, 2021.
The National Guard is also sending thousands of troops to New York City and New Jersey to bolster local police, fire and emergency medical services.