It’s that time of year again to celebrate our country’s birthday! The 4th of July is full of traditions: Parades, Picnics and Fireworks! Here is a list of the best places to watch the fireworks. Happy 4th of July enjoy your day!
There is no better way to celebrate our nation’s independence then with family, good friends and BBQ picnics at the beach or park? This year the fireworks over the bay should be another specular sight! Not sure where to go to find the right spot to watch the fireworks displays. Here‘s a list of where you can go in San Diego County. Enjoy!
San Diego Bay – Big Bay Boom 9:00 PM
Big Bay Boom July 4th Fireworks Show, is sponsored by the Port of San Diego. This year the world will be watching since the malfunction of the show last year. 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
Above The Fireworks – Cabrillo National Monument 6:00-10:00PM
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
65th Annual Independence Day Parade: “America The Beautiful” on Thursday, July 4 at 10 a.m. Fireworks over Glorietta Bay (part of Big Bay Boom) 9 p.m.
Ocean Beach Pier 9:00 PM
Get to there early since the Ocean Beach Pier will be close to the public at 7:00PM. Don’t forget to bring blankets!
San Diego County Fair – 9:00PM
Located at the Del Mar Fairground
Legoland California 8:30PM
Located at Legoland in Carlsbad
Oceanside Fireworks Show TBD 6:00PM -10:00PM
El Corazon Site at Rancho Del Oro Drive
California Center for the Arts, Escondido
Rancho Bernardo’s The Spirit of the 4th 9:00AM -9:30PM Fireworks 9:00PM
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