The 4th of July is all about the four F’s: Family, Friends, Fun and Fireworks!
What better way to celebrate our nation’s independence then with family, good friends and BBQ picnics at the beach or park? So if you are looking for the right spot to watch the fireworks displays. Here‘s a list of where you can go in San Diego County. Enjoy!
La Jolla Cove 9:00 PM
There is no better way to celebrate the Fourth of July in La Jolla, CA, than watching the La Jolla Cove fireworks, a tradition a quarter century in the making. The La Jolla Community Fireworks Foundation (“LJCFF”) is to promote both patriotism and community spirit by preserving the annual Fourth of July observance for the community of La Jolla and the citizens of San Diego County, California, through the presentation of a fireworks display and concert
San Diego Bay – Big Bay Room 9:00 PM
Big Bay Boom July 4th Fireworks Show, is sponsored by the Port of San Diego. This will be the show’s 11th year, and it will take place Monday, July 4, 2011. The Big Bay Boom is estimated to bring tens of thousands of spectators to port parks and tidelands hugging the bay. This event supports two of the Port’s missions: To provide attractions that bring the public to the waterfront and to promote the waterfront and its tenants.
Mission Bay: Sea World 9:30 PM
Viewing also available along Crown Point, and all around the Sea World and Mission Bay area.
Coronado Glorietta Bay 9:00 PM
63rd Annual Independence Day Parade: A Salute to America’s Heroes on Monday, July 4 at 10 a.m. Fireworks over Glorietta Bay (part of Big Bay Boom) 9 p.m.
Ocean Beach Pier 9:30 PM
For other San Diego locations to view 4th of July Fireworks! Whatever you one the 4th of July have fun & be safe!
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