4th of July Things To Do in L.A.

Summer is officially in full swing after the solstice last week which means 4th of July celebrations are in order. Throughout Los Angeles there will be celebrations and fireworks all over the city. If you are visiting from out of town, here’s a few 4th of July things to do in L.A. You may want to stop by and check them out to help bring in America’s favorite summer holiday and the good ol’ Red, White, and Blue.
4th of July Things to Do in L.A.

4th of July at Hollywood Bowl

Fireworks at the Hollywood Bowl ​- This year the Hollywood Bowl is back at it with another Fireworks Spectacular show. The Go-Go’s will be taking over the stage to accompany the light show. Not just on the 4th, but the 2nd and 3rd as well. Grab tickets online at StubHub for a spectacular celebration (or pre-celebration if you go the 2nd or 3rd!) Pacific Palisades Fourth of July Celebration ​- Just minutes from the city in the Palisades you may find the most enthusiastic celebration in Southern California. The Pacific Palisades celebrates with a parade at 2 p.m. down Sunset Blvd, a concert at 6 p.m., followed by a fireworks display beginning at 9 p.m.. Rumor has it this year the parade will be kicked off by by some patriotic skydivers – who doesn’t want to check that out! AmericaFest at the Rose Bowl -​ It may not be football season, but the Rose bowl will definitely be celebrating full swing. Inside the stadium will be inflatable games for the kids, food, and a motorcycle show. Parking is $20 for the event, but tailgating outside is encouraged as well!
AmericaFest at The Rose Bowl

AmericaFest at The Rose Bowl

Downtown LA Block Party – ​Another family friendly event is the 4th of July Block party in Grand Park downtown. No booze allowed but plenty of street vendors, live music, and of course, fireworks in the evening. 4th of July with the Dodgers – ​Okay. What’s more American then a day at the park scarfing down some Dodger Dogs and ending the evening with a Fireworks spectacular? Nothing. Cinespia at the Hollywood Cemetery ​- Grab your tickets and pack a picnic for Thelma and Louise, and Footloose screenings at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Perfect for those wanting a bit more of a relaxing evening. Obviously Los Angeles has a lot to offer for the 4th of July. Don’t fret if you are away from home and find yourself in our city for the day – the beaches and city are full of friendly people to help in the celebrations. Happy 4th of July! -By Lindsay
Remember Your Pets on the 4th of July!

Remember Your Pets on the 4th of July!

Just a kind note from our Glitterati Tours mascot Rocco:  “You humans love the bangs and pops, but many of us 4-legged friends of yours freak the heck out.  Make sure we’re well-taken care of during the celebrations.”

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