If you are visiting Los Angeles around the Fourth of July, you have several options for patriotic parties, family fun, and amazing fireworks throughout the city and surrounding areas.
You can head to the Hollywood Bowl for the July 4th Fireworks Spectacular with special guests Hall and Oates, the all-American musical duo delivering legendary hits with a full orchestra. The set will be followed by a stunning fireworks show. This will take place from Saturday, July 2 through the actual holiday on Monday, July 4, 2013. You can find more information here: http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/tickets/july-4th-fireworks-spectacular-special-guests-daryl-hall-amp-john-oates/2011-07-02.
Studio City is also hosting a celebration for the country’s 235th birthday. You can check out the 15th Annual Fireworks Festival at CBS Studio Center hosted by CBS meteorologist Josh Rubenstein. Learn more about this event and buy tickets at http://www.studiocitychamber.com/.
Make your way to July 4th Fireworks at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for 60 full minutes of free fireworks that can be viewed around Exposition Park, including Christmas Tree Lane and the south lawn areas. This free Fourth of July event is a Los Angeles favorite, and you can find out more about the venue by visiting http://www.lacoliseumlive.com/joomla/.
Arrive at Americafest 2011 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena for live entertainment, motorcycle stunts, and a spectacular fireworks show to round out this high-energy entertainment. Or, for a more traditional Independence Day, your destination can be the free Palisades Americanism Parade, which starts with skydivers, continues with a festive parade and entertainment, and ends with the bang and boom of a major fireworks display.
No matter where you go, your Fourth of July promises to be a patriotic triumph with so many holiday events happening in the Los Angeles area. With several premier destinations offering unique yet dazzling July 4th festivities, you can decide which event is right for you.