LA Fourth of July Fireworks Shows


LA Fireworks Shows

 

Trying to plan where to watch fireworks this holiday weekend? We’re here to help! The Rick Beck Real Estate Team brings you the hottest places to watch fireworks for 4th of July weekend in Los Angeles.

 
  • Rose Bowl: The largest fireworks show in Southern California, Americafest will start the celebrations early at 2 PM. Enjoy BBQ, live music and family fun while the sun is up, and a beautiful fireworks display once it goes down. General Admission tickets are sold for $13, while reserved seating is $25.

 
  • Grand Park: This free 4th of July Block Party will kick off at 3 PM. Enjoy live music by local bands, plenty of food and an amazing fireworks display.

 
  • Hollywood Bowl: Join Smokey Robinson in celebrating America with a live concert followed by a fantastic fireworks display. Tickets range between $10 for general admission to $420 for VIP seating.

 
  • Marina Del Rey: Whether you are on the water or on land, this firework display is a great one. This free event begins at 9 PM and last for approximately 20 minutes. Grab a bite to eat at one of the seaside restaurants located near the marina or bring your own picnic basket.

 
  • Hollywood Forever Cemetary: For a truly unique 4th of July experience, visit this open air cinema. Top Gun will be shown on the large screen as you enjoy your own picnic goodies and beverages. The night will end with a memorable fireworks show. Tickets are $25 - purchase soon as seating is limited.

 
  • The Queen Mary: Celebrate your All-American 4th of July on the Queen Mary! The ship will hold live music, family-friendly activities and delicious food starting at 2 PM. Adult general admission is $49 and children’s tickets are $29. The fireworks show on the water will be a beautiful and memorable one.

 
  • Studio City: Celebrate 4th of July and contribute to the Special Olympics at the 4th of July Fireworks Festival. Children’s tickets are $10 and adults are $20 which includes access to live concerts by Deana Carter and Cody Bryant.

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