Are you looking for amazing places to watch the fireworks for the 4th of July? How about the biggest events to visit, or the smoothest cruises to ride out your wave of American ideology? Or just the best views in Los Angeles? If you need the down low on the places to be on Los Angeles' Independence Day, check below for the hot stuff.
July 4th Fireworks Spectacular | Hollywood Bowl
Unlike most cities, there's not just one place you can catch an amazing fireworks spectacle in Los Angeles: there are dozens. The biggest one by far, though, is the Fireworks Spectacular at the Hollywood Bowl. This year's event will feature Josh Grobin, and the event will start at 7:30 PM, with tickets anywhere from $20 to over $200. As this is the hottest event to attend in LA, I'd get your tickets soon, as they'll probably run out quickly.
This parade, one of the biggest Independence Day parades throughout the U.S.A., is a must-see if you're in town for July 4th. With skydivers coming in at 1:50 PM and the parade starting at 2:00 PM, it's a great start to a fun-packed day, and features bands such as The English Beat. If that wasn't enough, the parade will transition into a party at 6:00 PM at Palisades High School, and will conclude with an annual fireworks pageant at the Palisade Charter's Stadium by the Sea. Be there sharp at 9:00 PM to see the fireworks, but buy your tickets now; spots are limited.
July 4th LA Galaxy Fireworks 2013
That's right, even the sports teams are getting into this. The LA Galaxy will take on the Columbus Crew at The Home Depot Center, with the game starting at 7:30 PM. Tickets will start at $24.
The Rose Bowl offers some of the most beautiful fireworks shows in California. Photo Credit: CBS Philly.[/caption]
This celebration is right up there with the Hollywood Bowl in terms of prestige and size. Tailgaters will be out all day at the Rose Bowl starting at 10:00 AM, and you'll be treated to an amazing series of music concerts, food shows, and exhibits in this day-long event. The Rose Bowl itself opens for people at 6:30 PM, and the fireworks show will start at 9:00 PM promptly, so don't be late! This is as American as you can be. Tickets are available at the stadium and on Ticketmaster for $13, though children under 7 can get in free.
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