Mark your calendars and hope for clear skies. This years Perseids Meteor shower peaks when there will be no illumination from the Moon. After midnight the night of August 12 into the wee early morning hours of August 13 the Perseids will be at their peak. By then the slim waxing crescent Moon will have long set below the western horizon. If your skies are clear and dark this should be a pretty good show.
Since the Perseids is slow to peak It should also be good the previous night/morning as well as the next. So keep your eyes open to the East-North East sky after midnight during the second week of August. The Perseids has been know to produce some very spectacular meteors and even fireballs.