Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks show will relocate after more than a decade, the company said Tuesday.

The 48th annual show, which has lit up the city’s skyline since 1976, will launch across the Hudson River instead of along the East River, Macy’s said.

“This year’s Macy’s 4th of Fireworks display will launch an inspiring spectacle of patriotic color, light and sound from the Hudson River for the first time in more than a decade. Marking the nation’s largest Independence Day celebration, the display will offer a showstopping and high-flying salute to the nation,” Will Coss, executive producer of Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks, wrote in a statement.

This display will feature thousands of shells and different effects from barges along the Hudson River. The show will be “a one-of-a-kind show featuring vibrant colors, shapes, light and sound,” Macy’s said.

Spectators will have multiple viewing opportunities in Manhattan, between West 14th and West 34th streets, and in New Jersey, the release said.

According to Macy’s, the show’s public viewing locations and broadcast details will be announced in the coming weeks.