Places To Go This 4th Of July
Pacific Palisades 4th of July Parade
Via De La Paz, Pacific Palisades
An annual tradition parade with a hometown feel and marching bands. Fireworks start at 9:00pm, tickets are required ($5.00) – limited seating. Parade is free of charge.
July 4th in Marina Del Rey
Fireworks will be held at park at 9:00pm and will last approximately 10 minutes. Tickets are required for entry to the park and park will be closed to the public.
4th of July Fireworks at Seaside Lagoon
King Harbor, Redondo Beach
There will be two fireworks showings on the fourth, timing is unclear. No tickets required.
4th of July Celebration and Fireworks at El Segundo
Recreation Park, 401 Sheldon St. El Segundo, CA
Firework show will be had at night. Timing is uncertain, no tickets required.
4th of July Fireworks at Waterfront Long Beach
Shoreline Village, lions lighthouse for sight and Rainbow Harbor are having viewings
Firework show starts at 9:00pm, viewings are free but anticipate for area to be busy so arrive early for parking. There is also cruise options to view fireworks from the water tickets are running for about $50.00, seats are limited.
Universal Studios Hollywood 4th of July Fireworks
Annual July 4th Fireworks at Universal Studios with burst of colors against the night sky from multiple locations within the theme park. Firework show starts at 9:00pm. Tickets are $129 before taxes.
Huntington Beach 4th of July
200 Main St., Huntington Beach, CA
One of the largest 4th of July celebrations in the west. Very busy during the fourth recommend going early to find parking. Neighborhood Parade during the day with fireworks starting at 9:00pm, very family friendly.
4th of July on Catalina Island
This year’s theme is “Catalina Beautiful, Avalon Strong.” It is a daylong celebration that includes a golf cart parade 1:00pm, live music, and a fireworks show at 9:00pm. Availability is limited, recommend booking in advanced to get best times for ferry.