The annual celebration of all things red, white and blue is back and bigger than ever. There are plenty of activities, events and offerings to get involved in for the 4th of July Weekend. If you’re not quite celebrating the independence of the country, you can still check out these festivities in L.A. this year:
1. Enjoy A Dazzling Display Of Fireworks And Comedy Performances At The Hollywood Bowl
The iconic venue will throw a big Independence Day bash featuring two of America’s most beloved entertainers, Steve Martin & Martin Short. The show begins on July 2 at 7:30 and the celebration ends on the evening of July 4. Get tickets and more information here.
2. Head To the AmericaFest At The Rose Bowl
The nation’s largest and longest-running show celebrating America’s birthday is back in full swing. And this year is its 95th year, which means they’re going all out. The weeklong festivities begin on July 4, featuring the top country artists and the thrilling TNT Freestyle Motocross and culminating. These exciting celebrations culminate on July 9 with Palomino Festival. You can find out all the details here.
3. Catch The Glittering Fireworks Displays At These 9 Spots
The skies will be lighting up with spectacular displays in honor of the 4th of July. There are plenty of ways to see these incredible showers of color. Whether it’s a landmark like the Hollywood Bowl or a romantic waterfront spot, you won’t be disappointed. Find the full list here.
4. Join Grand Park’s 4th of July Block Party
Grand Park’s 4th of July Block Party returns with spectacular in-person happenings. There’ll be interactive artworks, musical performances, delicious fare, a dynamic retrospective of the last decade, and, of course, fireworks. Find out more here.
5. Cinepia’s 4th Of July Films & Fireworks
Pack a picnic and enjoy it under the stars and shimmering fireworks. This July 4, Cinespia is gifting Angelenos with a full weekend of fantastic film classics, mouthwatering grilled fare, ice-cold beers, D.J.s and elaborate photo-ops. Catch Fast and the Furious on Saturday, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off on Sunday and Purple Rain on Monday the 4th of July, all at the landmark Hollywood Forever Cemetery