Another year, another celebration of Independence Day! Looking for fun activities to do in Los Angeles for Fourth of July? From rooftop theaters and county fairs to explosive celebrations, this list of top ten things to do for Fourth of July will surely give you a time to remember.
“Grand Park’s 4th of July Block Party returns IN-PERSON with a spectacular celebration packed with fun for the whole family. This year’s party will feature a series of interactive multi-media art works in tribute to those who have contributed to the spirit of the Grand Park experience as the Park for Everyone, and will showcase a dynamic retrospective of the last 10 years. Join us for a night that will include food, music, the return of two stages featuring DJs as well as musical performances, dancing, as well as other surprises and dazzling fireworks over Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center.”
“The Rose Bowl Stadium’s Annual AmericaFest Celebration is recognized as one of the nation’s largest and longest running shows to celebrate America’s birthday. In celebration of the Rose Bowl Stadium’s centennial, “America’s Stadium” is going bigger than ever by celebrating all week long. The festivities will kick off on July 4th with the 96th Annual AmericaFest Celebration and will culminate on July 9th with Palomino Festival, highlighting some of the best country music has to offer presented by Goldenvoice.”
“As the temperatures rise and days grow longer, experience summertime with us at the Rooftop this 4th of July weekend! “We will not go quietly into the night” with screenings of the ultimate ’90s action blockbuster Independence Day, the ode to America’s favorite pastime The Sandlot, the pure hit of nostalgia that is The Goonies, and more!”
“There’s no better place in Los Angeles to see 4th of July 4th fireworks than in L.A.’s Marina. Enjoy dinner at waterfront restaurants in Marina del Rey with the best firework views. Charter a yacht for the ultimate close-up! Or head to Burton Chace Park or Fisherman’s Village for a family-friendly party atmosphere including synchronized music played over loudspeakers.”
“Celebrate the biggest holiday of the summer at Six Flags July 4th Fest, presented by Coca-Cola. It’s an epic three-day party, July 2-4. Say Happy Birthday America with your favorite thrilling coasters, spectacular fireworks, music and of course ice-cold Coca-Cola.”
“In 1948, Harry Truman was President, a gallon of gas cost 16 cents, and the Pacific Palisades Parade had its debut. Click here to enter the parade! We’ll continue to organize the Patriotic Home Decorating Contest, and mail to every household our Official 4th of July Program containing great articles & photos. This 4th of July we’ll welcome back a squadron of a WWII fighter planes for a community-wide flyover at 2pm followed by the parade with an evening of Fireworks and music at Palisades Charter High School!”
“It’s almost time for summer fun! Class is out, and families get to take their time to soak up the sun. Before you head out to the fireworks, kick off your Independence day with your family, friends, and Brea community at City Hall park! There will be food, games, and live music! A great way to celebrate our country’s independence and celebrate our community.”
“Ferris Bueller does his best for a staycay unlike the rest. With Principal Rooney hellbent on taking down his latest lie, will Bueller play hooky like a pro or make a rookie mistake? Watch Matthew Broderick outsmart parents, maitre d’s and the whole city of Chicago to get his vacation in the sun. Enjoy hijinks on the big screen (care of John Hughes) and illuminating fireworks after the film. Cinespia DJs bring the party parade to your picnic blanket. You’re the work of art in our Free Photobooth inspired by the ditch day of your dreams. Stock up on concessions snacks, mouth-watering burgers and hot dogs. Our ice cold beer and wonderfully curated wine bar has all you could want to vacation victoriously. Ferris Bueller, you’re our hero!”
“Anime Expo, also known as “AX”, is the largest Japanese popular culture event in North America and will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from July 1 to 4, 2022.”
Watch a Dodgers versus the Colorado Rockies game and finish the night off with Independence day fireworks!
Written by Marianna Garcia
Featured Image by Henning Witzel