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Where to Celebrate Fourth of July Near The Pearl

Get ready to don your Red, White & Blue for the long Fourth of July weekend! LA is exploding with fun things to do, just minutes away from The Pearl. But if you’d rather beat the crowds, you can always take a seat on The Pearl’s Skyline Pool Deck, kick back in one of our comfortable lounges or cabanas, and enjoy a 360 view of the bombs bursting in air. Whatever your plans for Independence Day, have yourself a blast!

 

Universal Studios

100 Universal City Plaza

Universal City, CA 91608

 

Celebrate Independence Day like never before at Universal Studios Hollywood’s first ever salute to the stars and stripes, featuring a spectacular firework show. Fill your day with thrills, heart-pounding rides, shows and attractions. Enjoy holiday-themed décor, food, and special character interactions. And keep the fun going into the evening with a dazzling display of fireworks synchronized to Universal-themed music and patriotic favorites. Festivities included with the price of General Admission.

 

Mad Max: Fury Road + Fireworks

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

6000 Santa Monica Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90038

 

​July 3 Cinespia presents Mad Max: Fury Road, the film that exploded across the screen and became an instant classic. George Miller’s incredible direction and eye popping stunts become a feast for the eyes, followed by a fireworks show you will never forget. Charlize Theron stars as Furiosa in her most flawlessly ferocious role. With Tom Hardy as Mad Max, and some of the wildest post-apocalyptic costumes, car creations and jaw-dropping special effects that will make you jump from your seat.

 

Vibe W Rooftop July 4th Eve Special Edition Club Life Night Swim

W Hotel

6250 Hollywood Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90028

 

July 3 Feel the VIbe Special Edition with a night swim on the wet deck at the W Hollywood Rooftop. Celebrate in style with live DJs and stunning views. There’s a strict dress code: cocktail attire preferred. Swim attire Ok. Red White & Blue attire is encouraged. This event is part of a monthly Summer Series on the newly inspired W Rooftopo, The Loft and Wet Deck.

 

E.T. + Fireworks

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

6000 Santa Monica Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90038

 

July 4 Phone home sweet home with the extra special extraterrestrial and a fireworks spectacle that’ll ignite the skyscape. The classic is as luminous as ever as young boy Elliott protects new best friend/brother from an alien mother. The concessions stand will be stocked with all the treats you love, kettle corn, soft drinks, and (of course) M&Ms. Bring a Independence Day picnic or visit the grill for hot dogs and burgers (with vegetarian options), and the bar will keep you cool with beer and wine.

 

Red, White & Poolside Cabanas

Los Angeles Beverly Wilshire

9500 Wilshire Blvd.,

Beverly Hills, California 90212

 

July 4, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Beverly Wilshire Hotel s transforming their pool deck – originally inspired by Sophia Loren’s private Italian villa – with red, white and blue décor. The holiday agenda includes a live DJ playing a mix of upbeat and modern poolside music; instagrammable floaties, and interactive games with the chance to win a prize. A pop up kitchen will serve made-to-order burgers, hot dogs and more. Guests can keep cool with Pressed Juicery cocktails and boozy snow cones. For an over-the-top experience, purchase a $100 plush Lounge Chair; $150 Day Bed; or even a $495 Private Cabana. Non-hotel guests can have access to the Beverly Wilshire pool by purchasing a cabana. Call for details (310) 275-5200.

 

July 4th Fireworks Spectacular with Nile Rodgers & CHIC

Hollywood Bowl

2301 N Highland Ave,

Los Angeles, CA 90068

 

July 2, 3 & 4 Legendary hitmakers Nile Rodgers and CHIC team up with the LA Phil for a three-night celebration. The concert begins with star-spangled American favorites by the orchestra. Then, Nile Rodgers & CHIC set things off with “Le Freak” and “Good Times,” plus some of Nile’s hits as a producer – including “I’m Coming Out,” “Let’s Dance,” and “Get Lucky.” Special guests DRUMLine Live – who recently appeared in Beyoncé’s Homecoming.

 

Celebrate the Fourth of July with Classical KUSC

 

Spending the 4th with family or friends, or entertaining at home? Tune in to Classical KUSC for an American themed day with works from George Gershwin, Morten Lauridsen, Aaron Copland, Arthur Foote, and John Williams. Plus, American musical souvenirs from Dvorak, and an interesting take on Yankee Doodle. The Evening Program closes out the day with Jim Svejda’s annual all-American Fourth of July program, featuring–among other things–the Stars and Stripes Ballet, an hour of music by pupils of Walter Piston (Leonard Bernstein, Elliott Carter, and Leroy Anderson), and a rare complete performance of Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring.