To watch Southern California’s biggest and best fireworks show this Fourth of July, head down to the 87th annual Americafest celebration at the Rose Bowl.
Hollywood’s best Fourth of July fireworks show is happening over the hill, at the 15th annual Fireworks Festival in Studio City’s CBS Radford Lot.
From family friendly parades, muscled and tanned men and women competing at the beach to fireworks spectaculars you’ll find the best family- friendly 4th of July events listed here.
No Fourth of July is ever complete without fireworks. Los Angeles is filled with great places to watch Fourth of July fireworks from local parks and beaches to restaurants and entertainment stadiums.
Sure, you’ll find backyard grilling and spectacular fireworks this Fourth of July, but in LA’s backyard, you’ll also find gourmet picnics, yacht parties, martinis, manicures and, in true Hollywood fashion, Josh Groban serenading the city.
Throughout LA’s chirpy landscape, festivals, parades, concerts and barbecues will be in full swing to celebrate in grand fashion the rich history and traditions of the United States.
While fireworks options in Orange County abound, five viewing areas stand above the rest. These not-to-be-missed Fourth of July events are perfect for the whole family, with festivals and fireworks displays like none other.
If you plan to spend the holiday in town, do not miss out on a few of the city’s celebrations. From parades to yacht parties, there is definitely something for everybody.
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May your troubles be less and your blessings be more, and nothing but happiness come when you enter through one of these Inland Empire Irish Pub doors. Erin Go Bragh!