Fourth of July Celebrations 2019 Commemorate Independence
Take part in celebrating the birth of the United States of America at Fourth of July Celebrations 2019 around SoCal.
Honor the founding of our nation at Fourth of July Celebrations 2019 throughout Southern California.

Celebrate the Birth of Our Nation With Fourth of July Celebrations 2019 Around Southern California

Fourth of July Celebrations 2019 will take place throughout Southern California. The Fourth of July is one of the most anticipated holidays in the United States. On this day, we gather with friends, family, and loved ones to celebrate the freedoms and liberties we enjoy and reflect on how we achieved this long-lasting independence as a nation. We also enjoy the splendor of impressive fireworks displays, lighting up the skies and filling each of us with a sense of patriotic wonder. There are several locations throughout Southern California to watch fireworks and enjoy a true Fourth of July experience. Check out the list below, with links to additional information, to find the closest venue hosting fireworks, festivities, and more.


Coachella (July 3rd) – City of Coachella Fourth of July Celebration: Bagdouma Park, includes carnival rides, games, food vendors, and fireworks, 5-9pm

Indio (July 3rd) – Fantasy Springs Resort Casino Fireworks Celebration, 8:45pm

Palm Desert & Indian Wells – 4th of July Celebration at Civic Center Park in Palm Desert, featuring live music starting at 7:30pm before the display, 2pm-9:20pm

Palm Springs – All American Fourth of July, featuring pool party, Palm Springs Power game, and fireworks

Pool Party Starts at 2pm

Palm Springs Power Game Starts at 6pm

Fireworks After the Power Game, 9:15

Rancho Mirage – Agua Caliente Casino Rancho Mirage Fireworks: View the fireworks from the south lot of the casino, starts at 9pm


Twenty-Nine Palms – Fourth of July Fireworks and Celebration at Luckie Park, fireworks at 9pm

Yucaipa – Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks Show at Yucaipa High School, 4-pm

Lake Arrowhead – ALA Fireworks Over Lake Arrowhead

Big Bear Lake – Fourth of July Celebration; 8:45pm

Idyllwild – 54th Annual Fourth of July Community & Family Parade, starts at 10am – no fireworks but a VERY fun parade.

Redlands – Redlands Community Fourth of July Celebration, Activities at Sylvan Park start at 9am, Parade from Franklin School to Sylvan Park starts at 10:30am, Fireworks at University of Redlands Stadium – gates open at 6pm, live show starts at 8pm, fireworks display starts about 9pm


Anaheim (July 6) – Dancing Under the Fireworks at Anaheim White House, 6pm-12:30am

Anaheim Hills – Canyon Hills Community Council’s Annual Fourth of July Celebration:  Canyon Hills High School & Peralta Park, 7am-9pm

Balboa – Balboa Peninsula-Newport Bay July 4th Fireworks & Parade Cruises:  Newport Bay, 1-9:30pm

Brea – Annual Brea Country Fair:  City Hall Park, 7am-3pm

Costa Mesa – Pacific Symphony: July 4 Spectacular featuring Eagles cover band Hotel California, 8pm

Cypress – Independence Day Celebration (July 3rd) at Cypress College. Fireworks Celebration:  Joint Forces Training Base, 6-9:30pm

Dana Point – Independence Day Fireworks Extravaganza:  Dana Point Harbor, 10am-11:30pm

Fullerton – Annual Community Fireworks Show and Festival:  Fullerton High School Stadium, 5-9:30pm

Huntington Beach – 4th of July Parade & Pier Festival – July 4-6: Fireworks July 4 at 9pm

Irvine – Concert on the Green and Fireworks Festival – Irvine High School Stadium, 3-9:30pm

Laguna Hills – City of Laguna Hills Fourth of July Celebration:  Laguna Hills Community Center and Sports Complex, 4-9:30pm

Laguna Niguel – 4th of July All Day Celebration:  Laguna Niguel Regional Park, 7:30am-9:30pm

La Habra – Annual 4th of July Spectacular:  La Bonita Park, 4-9:30pm

Lake Forest – Fourth of July Parade:  Intersection of Toledo Way and Ridge Route Drive, 10am-12pm

Los Alamitos – Fireworks Celebration:  Joint Forces Training Base, 4-9:30pm

Mission Viejo – The Mission Viejo Annual Street Faire and Fireworks Spectacular:  Olympiad & Marquerite, 12-9:30pm

Newport Beach – Old Glory Boat Parade and Fireworks & Parade Cruises:  Newport Harbor, 1-9:30pm

Orange (July 3rd) – 3rd of July Celebration, El Modena High School, 4-9pm

San Clemente – San Clemente Fireworks Show:  San Clemente Pier, 9-10pm

San Juan Capistrano – San Juan Capistrano 4th of July Celebration:  The Sports Park, 3-9:30pm

Santa Ana – Fourth of July at Centennial Park:  Centennial Park, 4-9:30pm

Tustin – Annual Fourth of July Celebration:  Tustin High School, 6:30-9:30pm

Yorba Linda – Annual Fourth of July Spectacular:  Veterans Park & Yorba Linda Middle School, 5-9:30pm


Carlsbad – Red, White, and Boom:  Legoland California, 8:30pm

Coronado – Independence Day Celebration:  Glorietta Bay, 7am – 9pm

Del Mar – San Diego County Fair:  Del Mar Fairgrounds, 10:00am – 9:00pm

El Cajon – 4th of July Picnic & Fireworks:  Kennedy Park, 2-9:30pm

Escondido – Independence Day Festival & Fireworks:  California Center for the Arts, 4-9:30pm

Julian – 4th of July Parade: Main Street Julian, 10am-5pm

La Jolla – Fourth of July Fireworks:  Ellen Browning Scripps Park, 8-10pm

Mira Mesa – Fourth of July Celebration:  Mira Mesa Community Park, 7am-9pm

Ocean Beach – 4th of July Celebration:  Ocean Beach Pier, 7am-10pm

Oceanside – Independence Day Parade – June 27:  South Coast Highway, 10am-12pm

Fireworks Show – July 3:  El Corazon Park, 6-10pm

Poway – An Old-Fashioned Fourth of July & Fireworks in Poway, Poway High School, 10am-10pm

Rancho Bernardo – Rancho Bernardo’s The Spirit of the Fourth, Webb Park, 9am-9:30pm

Rancho Santa Fe – 4th of July Parade & Picnic:  16948 Avenida de Acacias, 1-3pm

San Diego – Big Bay Boom July 4th Fireworks Show:  San Diego Bay, 9pm

Ocean Beach July 4th Celebration: Ocean Beach Pier, 9pm

Old Town 4th of July:  Old Town Historic State Park, 11am-4pm

SeaWorld San Diego 4th of July Fireworks, 9:40pm

San Marcos –4th of July Celebration:  Bradley Park, 6-9pm

Santee – Santee Salutes – 4th of July Celebration:  Town Center Community Park East, 2:30-10pm

Vista – Independence Day Celebration: Moonlight Amphitheatre, 5-9pm


Alhambra – Almansor Park, 3-9pm

Claremont – Independence Day the Claremont Way, Memorial Park, Events all Day starting at 7:30am; parade at 3pm

La Puente – Celebration and Fireworks (July 3rd), La Puente Park, 5-9:30pm

La Verne – Parade and Fireworks Show “Celebrate Freedom,” Parade starts at 9:40am, Fireworks at Bonita High School, ticket booth opens at 5pm, show starts at 7pm

Monrovia – Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Show, Library Park, 7-9pm

Pomona – Motocross and monster trucks at the Pomona Fairplex, 8-9:45pm

Walnut – Fourth of July Celebration, Suzanne Park, 5:30pm – 9:30pm

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