This year, if we are very lucky, we may have more meteors than usual. The Earth is posed to plow through a thicker area of dust. This dust has the consistency of cotton candy and will disintegrate as it strikes the atmosphere. The meteoroids will never reach the ground. The peak of this meteor shower is usually on the night between August 11 and 12. According to spaceweather.com before the evening of the 11th you may see as many as 20 meteors per hour. During the peak in the early morning hours of the 12th, you may be able to see as many as 200 meteors per hour. - Source: http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...09.html?cat=58
Yes, dreams do come true when you wish upon a shooting star. The nursery rhyme says so. So,... tonight/tomorrow morning is your best chance!
These should last for a few nights, the peak is tonight/tomorrow morning.