Fire Up Your Fourth!

With Independence day only a few days away, it's time to decide how you'll fire up your fourth of July celebrations! We’ve put together a list of some of the best places to catch fireworks and join in on the festivities in the greater Los Angeles area— and on a budget! 

Grand Park 

Celebrate the festivities at the country’s largest free Fourth of July celebration in DTLA! With live music and an abundance of food trucks, the fun-filled event will begin at 3 pm before the fireworks show starts, at 9 pm. More event details, here!

LA Coliseum 

Kick off your Fourth of July with a free concert and festival at the LA Coliseum in Exposition park! Bring your loved ones and enjoy the holiday. Festivities begin at 11an and the event concludes with a forty-five minute firework show at 9 pm.

Rose Bowl Stadium 

The Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena will host its 93rd annual Fourth of July celebration, AmericaFest! Music, food, and games for families will be available during the event! Family Fun Zone opens at 2 pm, performances begin at 7 pm, and fireworks conclude the event at 9 pm! Buy tickets here.

Santa Monica Main Street Parade 

Enjoy the ocean breeze at the 13th annual Santa Monica Fourth of July Parade! Celebrate home and country pride in your red, white, and blues. The annual parade brings together families, musicians, civic groups, and Americans of all stripes. The parade will begin at Pico Boulevard on Main Street at 9:30 am. For more details, click here!

Fisherman’s Village 

There’s something about watching fireworks over the ocean. Celebrate your Fourth of July at the Fisherman’s Village in Marina del Rey where you can enjoy daytime picnics with your loved ones, then stay for the fireworks which will begin at 9 pm. Not in Fisherman’s Village? Not to worry! You can view the show from virtually anywhere in Marina del Rey, Venice Pier, Playa Vista and Dockweiler Beach.

Hosting a Fourth of July BBQ?

Celebrate with these NEW party saucy and party ready recipes: 

Saucy Queso

Fajita Hot Dogs 

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