6000 Santa Monica Blvd
Settle into Hollywood Forever Cemetery for an Independence Day celebration that kicks off with a screening of E.T. Pack your picnic, enjoy the movie and stay on the grass for a fireworks show afterwards. You can bring your own spread or there will be a concession stand serving up burgers and dogs (veggie options available) along with snacks and, of course, Reese’s Pieces in honor of everyone’s favorite alien. Beer and wine will also be available for purchase.
301 N Rossmore Avenue
Hancock Park/Larchmont Village
Hancock Park and Larchmont Village neighbors can count on Wilshire Country Club to launch their annual fireworks show on the 4th of July. The show goes off around 9pm Thursday evening…once the sky gets perfectly dark. If you aren’t a member or guest of the Club, the Wilshire Country Club fireworks can be seen from corners adjacent to the Rossmore/Beverly Boulevard area. Favorite corners include Rossmore and Rosewood and Beverly and Arden. Viewing is possible from farther away and other angles…a little distance allows you to have that fuller view.
2301 N Highland Avenue
Celebrate Independence Day with some patriotic tunes by the LA Phil before disco legends Nile Rodgers and CHIC hit the stage followed by a fine fireworks display. Three spectacular evenings of patriotic music, thrilling fireworks and fun!
1000 Vin Scully Avenue
Elysian Park/Echo Park
Dodger Stadium hosts fireworks throughout the season, but they do it up extra on the 4th of July. Buy tickets to see the team take on the San Diego Padres and then stick around for a fireworks show you can see from your seat. While there, make sure to try a local favorite—the Doyer Dog, loaded with chili, nacho cheese, tomatoes, onions and jalapeños.
1001 Rose Bowl Drive
Americafest at the Rose Bowl is an explosive celebration of all things red, white and blue—from the classic American food, to a motorcycle stunt show, to the world-renowned fireworks display. The fireworks won’t shoot off until 9pm, but the Family Fun Zone will open at 2pm Independence Day, at which time access to a goldmine of inflatable rides, games and crafts will be available for kid-friendly fun. Doors to the stadium open at 5:30pm, live music starts at 7pm, and then the big old annual fireworks display gets exploding at 9pm. Tickets are required, and range from $15 to $35.
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