Fourth of July Events! Fourth of July Fireworks! Fourth of July events are starting to pop up and all of LA is beginning to look where to spend their Independence Day. Where are you watching Fourth of July fireworks? What Fourth of July events in LA are you looking forward to? Whether you’re looking for Fourth of July events during the day or looking to watch Fourth of July fireworks at night, there are plenty to LA attractions to choose from. Here are a few Fourth of July events and firework displays happening this year in Los Angeles!
“AmericaFest” at the Rose Bowl
For 85 years, groups from around the country travel to Pasadena to perform in the Fourth of July events in “AmericaFest” at the Rose Bowl. This year a performances from DCI Phantom Regiment and Ives Brothers FMX prepare the crowd for the biggest and best Fourth of July fireworks show in Southern California. Fourth of July Fireworks at “Americafest” begin at 9:05pm. Children and Active Military get in for free! For other attendees, you can purchase tickets here.
Let Freedom Ring at the CBS Studio Center Fourth of July Events
Join CBS’ Josh Rubenstein and numerous bands for Fourth of July fireworks, live music, and starting at 5pm in Studio City. The back lot at CBS Studios will turn into a Kid’s Fun Zone and Business Expo featuring local LA groups and an all All-American Smokehouse BBQ. All of this with live music and their own Fourth of July fireworks display! What a treat!
The Great American Kid’s Bike Parade in Long Beach
Children and adults can get dressed up and ride their bikes next to the sand in Long Beach. Fourth of July events that allow you to express your patriotic self while getting some exercise! If the weather is right and your bike tires are pumped, head out to Long Beach to enjoy The Great American Kid’s Bike Parade beginning at 10am. If you don’t participate in the ride, bring beach chairs and cheer on the riders. Kids can also participate in one of many contests happening as part of the fourth of July events in Long Beach!
Aquarium of the Pacific Opened Late in Long Beach
These Fourth of July events in LA are for people of all ages. Watch the Fourth of July fireworks in Long Beach after attending the Aquarium of the Pacific… at night! The Aquarium will be open until 10pm, and join the BBQ from 6-8pm as part of the fourth of July Events. View the menu and the sea lions on the Aquarium’s website!
Red, White, and Blues in Long Beach
For adults looking to spend Fourth of July in Long Beach check out the Queen Mary’s Fourth of July event celebration!
Palisades’ Americanism Parade and Fourth of July Fireworks
The best day of the year in Pacific Palisades is coming up fast! Known for their parade and Fourth of July fireworks display, Pacific Palisades brings in some of the best bands and equestrian units in the country. With the parade starting at 2pm and the Fourth of July fireworks beginning at 9pm. These Fourth of July events in LA are like no other! Like the group on Facebook to stay-up-to-date.
Baseball and Fourth of July Fireworks at Dodger Stadium
What is more American than watching baseball and Fourth of July fireworks on Independence Day? This year the Dodgers will be playing at home against the New York Mets. The game starts at 6pm and the Fourth of July fireworks display will begin after the game. Get tickets now to save your spot for the fun Dodger Stadium’s Fourth of July events.
Soccer with Fireworks with LA Galaxy
If baseball isn’t your thing why not watch a live soccer match! For these Fourth of July events, travel to Carson City in Orange County to watch LA Galaxy battle the Seattle Sounders. After the game, there will be a Fourth of July fireworks show you won’t want to miss! Get your tickets now for these Fourth of July event with the LA Galaxy!
These are just a few Fourth of July events in LA this Independence Day. If you know of more please post them in the comments below!