Oceanside Fireworks Show
The City of Oceanside Parks and Recreation Division will host an incredible
Fireworks display at El Corazon, in celebration of Oceanside’s 133rd
anniversary of the City’s incorporation. Musical entertainment and food.
Fireworks at 9pm.
6-10pm / Rancho Del Oro Drive
760-435-5041 / www.mainstreetoceanside.com
Coronado 4th of July Celebration
The annual Independence Day Parade will take place on Saturday from
10am-12pm on Orange Avenue. The United States Navy Parachute Team
“The Leap Frogs” is the official parachute demonstration team of the
United States Navy. Watch the Legends in the Sky above Coronado at 2pm
on Sunday. End Sunday evening with a spectacular firework display over
the Coronado Bay at 9pm.
833-435-2365 / www.coronadofourthofjuly.com
San Diego County Fair 4th of July Celebration
The show includes more than 3,600 aerial display counts, with 500 shells
in the Grand Finale alone! Fireworks are launched from the west end of
the racetrack and are choreographed to a soundtrack played through the
Corona Grandstand Stage sound system. The fireworks are visible from
many areas of the Fairgrounds.
9pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds
858-755-1161 / www.sdfair.com
Mira Mesa 4th of July Fireworks
No Parade or Fun Day in Mira Mesa this year, but there will be Fireworks!
Scripps Mesa Fireworks is grateful for the assistance from representatives
from the Mira Mesa Town Council, the offices of Mayor Todd Gloria, City
Councilman Chris Cate, and County Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer, San
Diego Unified School District School Board Members Sabrina Bazzo and
Dr. Mike McQuary, and Principal Jeff Sabins from Mira Mesa High School.
Without their help, there could not be a show this year.
9pm / Mira Mesa High School
Ramona July 4th Celebration
This year’s July 4th celebration, celebrating Independence Day and
Strength in Community, will be presented by the Ramona Kiwanis, Ramona
Rotary, and Ramona Chamber of Commerce. Food vendors to date include
Kona Ice, Senor Woofle, The Corn Lady, and EZ Kettle Corn. Fireworks at
4-9:30pm / Olive Peirce Middle School
760-789-1311 / www.ramonachamber.com
Big Bay Boom!
Fireworks will be discharged simultaneously from barges placed strategically
around the Bay off Shelter Island, Harbor Island, Embarcadero North,
Seaport Village, Embarcadero South Marina Park and Coronado Ferry
Landing. The impeccably choreographed display will last approximately 17
9pm / San Diego Bay
Julian 4th of July Parade & Celebration
This year Julian salutes July Fourth with the Theme, “Julian 150 Years+1”.
Pre-parade events include two flyovers by vintage aircraft, Gunfight with
Julian Doves & Desperados, and Patriotic Musical Presentations. Parade
begins at noon. Post-parade events include barbecue, music, dancing at
the American Legion, and Julian Woman’s Club Historic Quilt Show.
10am-5pm / Downtown Main Street
Escondido Fourth of July Fireworks
The City of Escondido is excited to bring back the free, professional
fireworks show to celebrate Independence Day. We will not have our
traditional large scale event, there will just be a fireworks show.
9pm / Grape Day Park
Legoland Red, White, & Boom!
Don’t miss the LEGOLAND® Fourth of July celebration featuring an AllAmerican family picnic, relay races, live performances, and of course, a starspangled Red, White, and BOOM! fireworks display over MINILAND U.S.A.
1-9pm / Legoland, Carlsbad
760-918-5346 / www.legoland.com
Vista Independence Day Celebration
The Fun-Filled Fourth BBQ dinner starts at 6:30pm. The DecaDames
Perform at 7:35pm. Fireworks at 9pm. Park admission is $15 per vehicle
($30 for RVs) No walk-in pedestrian traffic permitted into the park.
5-10pm / Brengle Terrace Park – Moonlight Amphitheatre
760-726-1340 / www.cityofvista.com
Poway’s An Old Fashioned Fourth of July & Fireworks
Bring your family and friends to Old Poway Park and celebrate
our country’s independence “turn-of-the-20th-century-style”. Features
patriotic entertainment, western reenactors, free children’s crafts, train
displays, and old-fashioned games. Tasty treats and train rides will be
available for a nominal fee. Enjoy spectacular fireworks as they light up the
night sky at Poway High School and Poway Sportsplex at 9pm.
10am-10pm / Old Poway Park
858-668-4400 / www.poway.org
Poway 4th of July Veterans Park Ceremony
Join VFW Post 7907 and the Poway Veterans Park Committee for a
ceremony to honor those who selflessly served our Country.
11am / Veterans Park: 14134 Midland Road
858-668-4400 / www.poway.org
Scripps Ranch 4th of July Parade
Theme: Celebrate Our Victorious Independence Day. Come and participate
in your community and enjoy a fun filled day for family and friends.
10am / Red Cedar Place to Hoyt Park
SeaWorld 4th of July Fireworks
families and friends can enjoy one of San Diego’s most magnificent
fireworks displays, and much more.
9:40pm / SeaWorld San Diego
800-257-4268 / www.seaworld.com
Santee Salutes – Fourth of July Celebration
4pm – Food Vendors & Riverwalk Grill Open. 6pm – Patriotic Ceremony.
6:3pm – 80z All Stars Concert. 9pm – Dual Fireworks Display sponsored
by Waste Management. Fireworks will be launched from Town Center
Community Park and West Hills Park (closed to the public).
6-9:30pm / Town Center Community Park East
619-258-4100 / www.cityofsanteeca.gov
San Marcos Celebrate Freedom, A Fireworks Extravaganza
Bradley Park will once again play host to our Fireworks display however
gathering is not encouraged. If you can, please plan to view the fireworks
from the comfort of your home. We will not be hosting any of the festivities
that typically accompany the fireworks display.
9pm / Bradley Park: 1587 Linda Vista Dr.
760-744-1050 / www.san-marcos.net
Rancho Bernardo The Spirit of the Fourth of July
For 2021, The Spirit of the Fourth board is excited to have the fireworks
display and evening entertainment. The “US” Band will provide
entertainment near the Performing Arts Center beginning about 66pm
before the fireworks show begins about 9pm.
Rancho Bernardo High School: 13010 Paseo Lucido
858-945-1616 / www.spiritofthefourth.org