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Where To Watch Fourth Of July Fireworks In LA

Rose Bowl

1001 Rose Bowl Dr Los Angeles – 26 mins

Celebrate 4th of July performances, TNT Motocross show, Walt disney Studios Live Performance and the biggest fireworks show in Southern California. You can park in the lot as early as Noon on the day of.

When: July 4th

Cost: $15-$125

Pacific Palisades

5777 Bowdoin St Los Angeles – 30 mins

Watch the patriotic parade at 2pm, featuring skydivers, baton twirlers, marching trombonist and more. There is a concert at 4pm which is followed by fireworks at 9pm.

When: July 4th

Cost: Parade is free, Concert & Fireworks is $10

Hollywood Bowl

2301 N Highland Ave Los Angeles – 15 mins

End the night strong when you see Nile Rodgers, CHIC and the Los Angeles Philharmonic perform, followed by a firework spectacular.

When: July 2-4 at 7:30pm

Cost: $18-$280

Marina del Rey

Marina Del Rey – 35 mins

Experience the 20 minute firework show from the water or the beach. It starts at 9pm but parking will get difficult after 1pm road closures.

When: July 4th

Cost: Parking fees

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Cinespia Cemetery – 20 mins

Watch movies in the cemetary with a blanket and lawn chair to celebrate Independence Day. July 3rd features “Mad Max: Fury Road” with fireworks following. July 4th features E.T with fireworks following the screening.

When: July 3-4 at 9pm

Cost: $15-$38

Long Beach

1126 Queens Hwy Los Angeles – 40 mins

All aboard the Queen Mary. Enjoy live entertainment, family games, arts & crafts, historic tours and more. At the end of the night watch the fireworks from this legendary ship.

When: July 4th starting at 3pm

Cost: $49 online, $59 at the door

Grand Park

210 W Temple St Los Angeles – 14 mins

Check out the fireworks downtown at Grand Park for free. The park hosts a block party with food trucks, live music and more.

When: July 4th starting at 3pm

Cost: Free

 

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