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Pasadena July 4thYou could purchase M80s, cherry bombs, bottle rockets, and other fireworks and conduct your own show in your backyard, but needless to say, this is extremely ill advised. If you want to avoid becoming a statistic on the next Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report, we recommend that you hit up any of the venues listed below and let the pros handle the explosives so you and your family can enjoy a spectacular show without blowing up a hand or getting burned.

Grand Park

From 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on the 4th, this downtown Los Angeles park will be home to a block party full of live music performances, KCRW DJ sets, food trucks, live mural paintings, and other fun activities. The event will be capped off with an epic fireworks show starting at 9 p.m. Feel free to bring picnic fare, but leave the beers and wines at home since this is an alcohol-free event.

Hollywood Bowl

Party down on the 4th with Smokey Robinson and the L.A. Philharmonic as they play popular patriotic tunes and top Motown hits. The concert will climax with a dazzling fireworks display right above the iconic Hollywood Bowl. Tickets are half off for children under 12. So bring the whole family!

Rose Bowl

When it comes to fireworks shows in SoCal, Pasadena does it best. Head on over to the Rose Bowl for Independence Day and enjoy an array of activities, including motorcycle stunts and music from Elvis and Beatles tribute bands, before the fireworks blast off at 9 p.m. General admission costs $13.

The team at the legal marketing firm of SLS Consulting wishes everyone in Pasadena and throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area a safe and joyful Fourth of July celebration!

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