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New Year's Eve 2021 at Merriweather Symphony of Lights |...

Rawi Hamadan of Washington, D.C. lies on the blanket with child Reyth Hamadan, 4 on his belly while Ayla Hamadan holds their daughter Laria Hamadan, 2 during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program Friday., Dec. 31, 2021 at the venue, celebrating the final night of 2021 and the welcoming of New Year's Day 2022.
(Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)

New Year's Eve 2021 at Merriweather Symphony of Lights | PHOTOS

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Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021.
(Karl Merton Ferron)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
Rawi Hamadan of Washington, D.C. lies on the blanket with child Reyth Hamadan, 4 on his belly while Ayla Hamadan holds their daughter Laria Hamadan, 2 during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program Friday., Dec. 31, 2021 at the venue, celebrating the final night of 2021 and the welcoming of New Year's Day 2022.
Rawi Hamadan of Washington, D.C. lies on the blanket with child Reyth Hamadan, 4 on his belly while Ayla Hamadan holds their daughter Laria Hamadan, 2 during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program Friday., Dec. 31, 2021 at the venue, celebrating the final night of 2021 and the welcoming of New Year's Day 2022. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
The flash of fireworks illuminates Tammy Kunkle of Ellicott City who watches with family during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program.
The flash of fireworks illuminates Tammy Kunkle of Ellicott City who watches with family during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
Fireworks explode above spectators celebrating the final night of 2021 and the welcoming of New Year's Day 2022.
Fireworks explode above spectators celebrating the final night of 2021 and the welcoming of New Year's Day 2022. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
Holiday lights glow through dormant trees as Shany Seawright of Columbia takes a photo of a sculpture above herself during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program Friday., Dec. 31, 2021 at the venue.
Holiday lights glow through dormant trees as Shany Seawright of Columbia takes a photo of a sculpture above herself during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program Friday., Dec. 31, 2021 at the venue. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
Attendees walk among holiday lights including a large illuminated wreath during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program.
Attendees walk among holiday lights including a large illuminated wreath during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
People walk through paths lit with holiday lights.
People walk through paths lit with holiday lights. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
Aveer Gandhi, 2-1/2 of Ellicott City dances to a video Santa during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program Friday., Dec. 31, 2021 at the venue, celebrating the final night of 2021 and the welcoming of New Year's Day 2022.
Aveer Gandhi, 2-1/2 of Ellicott City dances to a video Santa during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program Friday., Dec. 31, 2021 at the venue, celebrating the final night of 2021 and the welcoming of New Year's Day 2022. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Merriweather Symphony of Lights fireworks celebrate New Year's Eve 2021
A digital video screen flickers as Parents Brendan Loughran of Arbitus and Caitlin Loughran dance with their child Graeme Loughran, sixteen months old during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program.
A digital video screen flickers as Parents Brendan Loughran of Arbitus and Caitlin Loughran dance with their child Graeme Loughran, sixteen months old during Merriweather Symphony of Lights' fireworks program. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
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