What would the 4th of July be without fireworks? Good thing we don’t have to find out! While there are locations with admission fees, the ones below are FREE to attend. Please note that you may need to pay for parking, though.
If you want to watch a bunch of fireworks at the same time, you can head to Griffith Observatory, Universal City Overlook, or Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook for a bird’s-eye view.
Note: This is not a complete list of firework display locations. Google the areas you’re interested in to see the fireworks closest to you.
Thurs July 4th
DTLA: Grand Park Block Party – 9 pm
Fireworks begin at 9 pm, but the party starts at 3 pm, with live music, a DJ, and vendors. No outside beverages allowed.
SOUTH LA: Artesia Park – 9 pm
Festivities begin at 10 am with live music, games, and more.
CERRITOS: Cerritos ’46th Annual ‘Let Freedom Ring’ – 9 pm
Celebration starts at 4 pm with rides, games, food vendors, live music, and more.
LA MIRADA: La Mirada Regional Park – 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Event starts at 4 pm with live entertainment, games, children’s activities, food vendors, and more.
HUNTINGTON PARK – Salt Lake Park – 9 pm
There will be live music beginning at 4 pm.
TORRANCE: Torrance Civic Center – 9 pm
LA County Courthouse parking lot and the turf field of Toyota Sports Complex are suggested viewing areas.
MONROVIA: Library Park – 9 pm
Starts at 3 pm with a live band playing at 7 pm.
WESTLAKE VILLAGE: Westlake Golf Course – 9:10 pm
The 6th Annual Fireworks Spectacular Show starts at 5 pm. Flyover and live music.
WOODLAND HILLS: Warner Ranch Park – 9 pm
Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s July 4th Extravaganza includes live music, food vendors, and 15 minutes of fireworks.
If you’d like more information on the San Fernando Valley or Los Angeles, or to have help looking for your next home, please feel free to reach out! I’m happy to help, no obligation.