Fireworks locations in Fortnite's 14 Days of Summer

Learn all the fireworks locations you find in Fortnite's 14 Days of Summer challenge.


If you’re trying to complete all of the 14 Days of Summer challenges in Fortnite, then you’ll need to find and launch three bundles of fireworks along the river to complete one of the more recent challenges available. Luckily, there are a few bundles you can find along the river, and we’ll outline a few of which we’ve located so far in the guide below.

Fireworks locations in Fortnite’s 14 Days of Summer

The trickiest part about completing the challenge to launch fireworks from the riverbanks in Fortnite is the fact that each bundle can only be fired once. This means that any fireworks that are launched before you get there are gone until the next match, so you’ll need to be quick if you want to hit the three that you need.

Fireworks locations in Fortnite’s 14 Days of Summer

The best way to do this challenge is to directly go for the bundle furthest from the Battle Bus’ line. This will increase your chances of getting to the bundle before anybody else can, as you most likely won’t have as many people running for that particular bundle. We’ve managed to find five locations ourselves, though we’ll keep an eye out for any additional bundles that we spot during our time with the game.

We’ve included a handy map of the locations we’ve discovered above, though we’ll also break them down in text a bit below, just to make it easier to locate them.

  • You can find one bundle of fireworks along the riverbank northwest of Lucky Landing.
  • Head around the mountain west of Fatal Fields and you can find another bundle of fireworks along the river.
  • The third bundle we’ve found can be found between Neo Tilted, Salty Springs, and Shifty Shafts. Look for the bundle along the curve of the riverbanks.
  • Head just northeast of Neo Tilted to find the next fireworks bundle along the riverbank where it meets with Loot Lake.
  • The fifth bundle we’ve located is found along the river that runs out of the northeastern end of Loot Lake and connects to the Lazy Lagoon.

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