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These Fireworks Displays In Southern California Will Drop Your Jaw

The Fourth of July is right around the corner and you know what that means? Fireworks! There’s nothing more red, white, and blue than celebrating the big day under a glowing night sky bursting with an epic fireworks display.

To make your holiday planning a breeze, here are some of the biggest and best fireworks shows here in Southern California. For even more options, keep scrolling down for listings of all the major fireworks events throughout SoCal. Ready to have a blast on the holiday?

There are so many other fireworks displays worthy of viewing throughout Southern California, so here’s a handy dandy list to help you find some of the best fireworks shows around SoCal.

Major Fireworks Shows in Southern California

6. Avalon on Catalina Island — fireworks at 9pm from the Grand Casino balcony

7. Burbank — fireworks at 9pm at Starlight Bowl

8. Culver City — fireworks after 8pm at West LA College

9. Downtown LA/Grand Park — festivities and fireworks 2pm-9:30 pm

10. Long Beach — fireworks start at dusk at Long Beach Boardwalk

11. Los Angeles/Dodger Stadium — fireworks at 8:45

12. Marina Del Rey/Fisherman’s Village — fireworks after dark over the harbor.

13. Pacific Palisades — fireworks at 9pm at Palisades High School

14. Pasadena — fireworks after 8pm at Rose Bowl Stadium

15. Studio City — fireworks after 8pm at CBS Studio Center

16. Woodland Hills — festivities and fireworks from 6pm -9:30pm at Warner Park

17. Big Bay Boom along San Diego Bay — fireworks at 9 pm

18. Carlsbad– fireworks at Legoland at 8:30 pm

19. Coronado — fireworks show over Glorietta Bay at 9pm

20. El Cajon — fireworks at Kennedy Park at 9:30pm

21. Escondido — fireworks at 9pm at California Center for the Arts

22. La Jolla Cove — fireworks at 9pm at Ellen Browning Scripps Park

23. Mira Mesa — fireworks at 9pm at Mira Mesa Community Park

24. Ocean Beach Pier — fireworks at 9 pm

25. San Diego County Fair at Del Mar Fairgrounds — fireworks at 9pm

26. Sea World — fireworks at 9:30 pm

27. Moorpark (July 3rd) — fireworks at 9pm at Arroyo Vista Park

28. Ojai — fireworks at 9:15 pm at Nordhoff High School Stadium

29. Santa Barbara — fireworks at 9pm at West Beach

30. Santa Paula — fireworks at 9pm at Harding Park

31. Simi Valley — fireworks at 9:20 at Rancho Santa Susana Park

32. Thousand Oaks — fireworks at 9pm at Hillcrest Center of the Arts viewed from Janss Marketplace

33. Ventura — fireworks at 9pm at Ventura College Athletic Field

34. Westlake Village — fireworks at 9:10 pm can be viewed from Berniece Bennett Park

35. Dana Point — fireworks at 9pm at Dana Point Harbor

36. Disneyland — fireworks at 9:30 pm

37. Fillmore — fireworks at 9:15 at Fillmore Middle School

38. Fullerton — fireworks at 9pm at Fullerton High School Stadium

39. Huntington Beach — fireworks at 9pm at the pier

40. Irvine — fireworks after dark at Verizon Ampitheatre

41. La Habra — fireworks after dark at La Habra High School

42. Mission Viejo — fireworks at dusk can be viewed

43. Newport Beach — fireworks after dark over the harbor

44. Los Alamitos — fireworks at Joint Forces Traning Base

45. San Clemente — fireworks at 9pm at the pier

46. San Juan Capistrano — fireworks at 9pm at The Sports Park

47. Riverside — fireworks at 9pm at La Sierra Park/Mt. Rubidoux Park/

48. Palm Desert — fireworks after 9pm at Civic Center Park

49. Palm Springs — fireworks at 9pm at Palm Springs Stadium

50. Redlands — fireworks at 9pm at University of Redlands

51. Temecula –fireworks at 9m at Ronald Reagan Sports Park

Wherever you celebrate the night, make sure you have a safe, festive, and happy Fourth of July!

Angela
Angela is the staff writer for Only in Your State - Southern California.