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Where to See the Fourth of July Fireworks

Take a seat on The Pearl Skyline Pool Deck and enjoy a 360 view of the bombs bursting in air. No traffic, crowds or crazy parking. More than just a pool deck, this your own personal oasis. Kick back in one of our comfortable lounges or cabanas and have yourself a blast!

But if you really have a yen to get out there amongst them, here are some highlights (pun intended 😉


July 4th Fireworks Spectacular at the Hollywood Bowl with the Go Gos

July 2, 3 & 4


Make it a Fourth to remember with a patriotic program of star-spangled music starring the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the U.S Air Force Band of the Golden West, and your favorite all-girl hit-makers The Go-Go’s. We all know how wacky the parking can be at the Bowl. Why not take the Metro instead! The Pearl is located just blocks from the Wilshire/Western Metro Station. Hop on Red Line to Hollywood/Highland Station and catch the Hollywood Bowl Shuttle at 6801 Hollywood Blvd or go for a short walk north on Highland Avenue.


Grand Park + The Music Center

200 North Grand Avenue

Los Angeles, California 90012

July 4th  3PM – 9:30PM

9PM Fireworks Go Boom!


Celebrate the USA’s b-day at the Grand Park + The Music Center FREE block party. Enjoy the beautiful day, chill, munch, dance, splash, play, and top it off with fireworks under the DTLA skyline. Spoiler Alert: This is an alcohol-free event. Picnics are welcome in backpacks or totes, but no outside beverages including juice and soda are allowed. The good news is there will be food vendor booths aplenty. Go Metro! Take the Red/Purple Line to the Civic Center/Grand Park Station and use the 1st Street exit.




Rose Bowl Stadium
1001 Rose Bowl Dr
Pasadena, CA 91103
July 4th
7PM Performance Begins
9PM Fireworks!


The Rose Bowl’s Annual AmericaFest event is the mother of all pyrotechnic shows. Now in it’s 92nd year, AmericaFest will showcase its world-renowned fireworks display and entertainment, including Maddie Poppe making her first live performing appearance since winning American Idol, and Michael Knight presents: The Ultimate Tribute to Michael Jackson. Come early and enjoy food, live music, motorcycle stunts, and a special homage to military spouses. Parking lots open at noon. Driving not your thing? There’s a Rideshare, Taxi and Drop-Off in the north tip of Lot I.