The LEVEL Low Down: Independence Day in Los Angeles

July 4, 2018

It’s that time of the year again, when we celebrate our country’s independence with all things red, white and blue. From firework shows and live entertainment to patriotic parades and sporting events, Los Angeles offers no shortage of ways to celebrate. Whether you’re looking to stay in the downtown area, or want to make your way to the beach, we’re sharing some of the best 4th of July events going on in LA this year!

 

AmericaFest at the Rose Bowl

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One of the most exciting events in Los Angeles each Independence Day, the Rose Bowl is hosting the 92nd annual AmericaFest this July 4th. The event will feature live performances, a world-renowned fireworks show, a motorcycle stunt show, and several kid-friendly rides and games. Kick off your afternoon before the doors open at 2pm by tailgating outside the stadium with several other fellow Americans.

 

Fourth of July Block Party at Grand Park

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If you’re looking to stay close to home this Independence Day, head over to Grand Park’s Fourth of July Block Party, just one mile away from LEVEL. The unique block party will feature food trucks, live music, and dancing, and end with a firework show. Kicking off at 3pm, head over to this free all-day event and finish your night under a sparkling DTLA skyline.

 

July 4th at Dodger Stadium


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There’s nothing more American than spending 4th of July at a ballgame with fireworks. This year, watch the Dodgers take on the Pittsburgh Pirates at Dodger Stadium, followed by a special fireworks show to celebrate our country. Perfect for the whole family, a group of friends, or date night, grab a beer and Crackerjacks and go cheer on our home team.

 

Pacific Palisades Fourth of July Parade


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Thinking about heading to the beach this 4th of July? If so, make your way over to the Pacific Palisades Fourth of July Parade, now in its 70th year! A day long event beginning at 2pm, the parade will kick off with patriotic skydivers, followed by marching trombonists and baton twirlers on Sunset Boulevard. After the parade, enjoy a free concert, fireworks, and food trucks at one of the top Independence Day events in the country.

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