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Where To Watch Fireworks This 4th Of July

You already know that the Fourth of July in San Diego is a big deal - and there are SO many different fireworks shows to pick from. Here is a roundup of the biggest firework displays in San Diego.

Big Bay Boom

Displayed from Four Barges and starts around 9pm

Sea World: 4th of July Firework Spectacular

Running from 9:45 to 10pm, the fireworks will be set to music

Lake Murray Fireworks and MusicFest

Lake Murray had stopped their Fourth of July celebration during COVID... but this year it is back! The music fest goes from 11am to 9pm, and fireworks will follow and can be seen throughout the Navajo community, La Mesa to Del Cerro. 

Coronado Fourth of July

There will be an all-day event leading up to the fireworks display at Glorietta Bay, which goes from 7:30pm to 9pm.

Chula Vista 4th Fest

At the Elite Athlete Training Center, gates will open at 7pm and fireworks will begin around 9pm.

Imperial Beach Drone Show

The City of Imperial announced that this year there won't be any fireworks, but instead a drone light show. The event will begin at 7:30 with the drone light show starting at 9pm.

El Cajon 4th of July Fireworks

The fireworks begin at 9pm at Kennedy Park

Vista Independence Day Celebration

The celebration goes on from 7am to 9pm at Brengle Terrance Park

Red White and Boom San Marcos

The event runs from 6pm to 9pm at Bradley Park

For even more info on Fourth of July events, click here.

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