Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.
Independence Day isn’t complete without 4th of July fireworks, those patriotically loud, colorful explosions in the night sky. After a day at one of the best beaches in L.A., cooling off with the city’s best ice cream and grilling with friends and family, normally we’d say to cap off the celebrations with a bang. But 4th of July fireworks will look a little bit different this year. From the Long Beach waterfront to Hollywood, all of L.A.’s major fireworks shows have been canceled (but we’re sure you’ll still see plenty of illegal pyro in your neighborhood all month long).
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All of L.A.’s major fireworks shows have been canceled (though we’ve found a couple of smaller ones outside of the county). You’ll find last year’s shows below, with info for a couple that are hosting virtual celebrations (sans fireworks) in 2020.