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San Francisco — 4th of July

Fourth of July Waterfront Festival

— Pier 39, Beach Street, The Embarcadero and Fisherman's Wharf

Party at Pier 39 — Enjoy a FUN afternoon of live entertainment, dancing and evening fireworks. Cheer on talented Street Performers, appearing throughout the day on Pier 39's stage (near the carousel). 12 noon-11pm

Live band performances at Pier 39 Entrance Plaza:
12 noon-2pm: WJM (world's youngest social cause band)
4pm-7pm: Dance to Tainted Love

Spectacular Fireworks over the Bay
9:30pm - Spectacular Fireworks extravaganza takes place over the bay following the concert (at approximately 9:30pm), launched from barges off Pier 39 and the Municipal Pier. Fireworks can be seen from Aquatic Park and mid-bay near Alcatraz, between Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco.

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4th of July Waterfront Festival — Pier 39 Entertainment & Fireworks

July 4th Fireworks Cruises — Red and White Fleet
Cruise along the S.F. Waterfront and see San Francisco's amazing fireworks display from the middle of the bay, aboard the Red and White Ferry. There are 4 Sailings — Two boat departures at 7:45pm and another two at 8:15pm. Boarding takes place 20 minutes prior to departure from Pier 43 1/2 at Fisherman’s Wharf and will return after the fireworks, between 10pm-10:30pm. Snacks and beverages will be available on-board for purchase. Wear layers — it can get chilly out on SF Bay. Tickets available online. Fourth of July Cruises sell out quickly, so book in advance.

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Red and White Fleet's 4th of July Fireworks Cruise

Hornblower Yacht 4th July Fireworks Cruises — Pier 33, Embarcadero, S.F.
Watch the 4th July Fireworks Show from the middle of San Francisco Bay aboard a Hornblower Yacht. Reservations recommended.
— 4th of July Beer Lunch Cruise
(2-hr Cruise Lunch Buffet with complimentary Champagne, Premium Beers, Fresh Squeezed OJ, Soft Drinks, Live Entertainment)
— Premier 4th of July Dinner Cruise
(4-hr Yacht Cruise, Gourmet 4-course Seated Dinner, Premium Cocktail Bar with Champagne and After Dinner Liquors, Live Entertainment, Fireworks and more!)

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Hornblower Yacht 4th July Fireworks Cruises on San Francisco Bay


Peninsula — 4th of July

Foster City "Fourth of July Celebration"
Leo Ryan Park (corner of Shell and Hillsdale Blvd.), Foster City. Fun day-long 4th of July festivities include Live Entertainment, Arts& Crafts, Carnival Rides, Family Parade & Games, Dog Show, Fireworks... and more! Recreation Activities start at 10am. Live Musical Entertainment 12 noon-9:15pm. Fireworks begin around 9:30pm. Parking Info

— Fun Activities: Family & Dog Parade, Arts & Crafts, Carnival Rides & Family Games
10am-5pm - Arts & Crafts at Leo Ryan Park
10am-9pm - Carnival Rides at Recreation Center (Senior Wing Parking Lot)
9:30-11am - Family and Dog Parade Registration at Recreation Center (Shell Blvd entrance)
11:05am - Family Parade & Dog Show at The VIBE Teen Center (Shell Blvd to Amphitheater)
11:15am - Opening Flag Ceremony and National Anthem at the Amphitheater
1:30-2:30pm - Family Games at Leo Ryan Park, Meadow

— Live Entertainment at Foster City Amphitheater
Gather with family and friends at Foster City Amphitheater overlooking the beautiful lagoon.
Enjoy an afternoon of fun Live Entertainment:
12 noon-12:45pm - Andy Z (Family Concert)
4:15-5:45pm - Uphill Both Ways
7pm-9:15pm - Whiskey Dawn
9:25pm - National Anthem

— Fireworks Show over the Lagoon
9:30pm - Spectacular Fireworks Show begins at approximately 9:30pm over the Foster City Lagoon. Arrive early for the fireworks if you want to get a good view... it gets VERY crowded. Free admission.

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Foster City 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks Show


Redwood City Parade, Festival & Fireworks — 75th Anniversary
2013 Theme "Seventy Five Years of Pageantry"
Downtown Redwood City and Port of Redwood City

Benefit Pancake Breakfast — Redwood City Fire Department at 755 Marshall Street.
7:30-10:30am. Benefits the Redwood City Firefighters Association.

4th of July Parade Run (5k run and walk)
8:45am - 4th of July Parade Run starts at Brewster & Arguello, circling along the parade route in front of 40,000+ cheering spectators.

— Car Show —
7am-2pm - "Go For It" Car Show takes place at Courthouse Square (Broadway, Hamilton, Middlefield Road) in Redwood City.

— Independence Day Parade "Seventy Five Years of Pageantry"
10am-12:30pm - The largest Independence Day Parade in North America starts at 10am at the corner of Brewster & Winslow, then it circles downtown, along Broadway, Middlefield and Main Streets. See Marching Bands, Floats and the newly-crowned Miss California.

— Independence Day Downtown Festival
9am-5pm - Fun Independence Day Festival features Arts & Crafts, Food and Beverages, Live Entertainment and Kid's Area (Jump House, Clown and Face-Painting).
1pm - Battle of the Bands starts at 1pm — watch as UC Davis and Stanford Marching Bands compete (located on Winslow bet Broadway and Marshal).

— Fireworks are back again this year!
9:30pm - Redwood City's annual Fireworks Display begins at 9:30pm at the Port of Redwood City. The fireworks can be seen from downtown and anywhere west of Highway 101 where there is a clear view of the skies above the Port.

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Redwood City Festival, Parade and Fireworks


South Bay — Silicon Valley

Mountain View — Shoreline Amphitheater
"San Francisco Symphony with Fireworks"

— 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular with the San Francisco Symphony
Don't miss this FUN 4th of July program featuring the amazing San Francisco Symphony. Fourth of July Concert starts at 8pm. Rain or shine.

5pm - Doors open for the pre-concert entertainment at Shoreline Amphitheater.
Live entertainment on the Family Fun Stage.

8pm - San Francisco Symphony Concert, followed by 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (accompanied by a medley of Patriotic music performed by the SF Symphony).

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4th of July Spectacular with the San Francisco Symphony
(Tickets on sale thru' livenation.com)


San Jose
— July 4th "Rose, White & Blue Parade and Festival"
San Jose's "Rose, White & Blue Parade & Festival" is held annually on the 4th of July — drawing more than 22,000 visitors every year. The old-fashioned family-style parade features live bands, dance groups, creative home-made floats, kids on bikes, antique cars... and more!

10am-11:45am - Parade begins at Lincoln High School parking lot at 555 Dana Avenue and ends on The Alameda near Shasta Avenue, San Jose.

11am-3pm - Picnic on The Alameda between Hanchett Avenue and Shasta Avenue. .

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San Jose Rose, White & Blue Parade and Festival

Santa Clara 4th July
— City of Santa Clara 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza

4th of JulyFireworks Extravaganza
Fireworks are back again in 2013 after two year's of budget restrictions. Free admission.

5-10pm - Fireworks Extravaganza Show takes place in Santa Clara's Central Park. Live entertainment starts at 5pm with the Buchser Middle Scholl Jazz Band and the Dé ja Vu Jazz Band. The Groove Kings perform at 7:30pm.

9:30pm - Fireworks Display with patriotic music.

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Santa Clara 4th of July Picnic and Fireworks


July 5-6 — California's Great America Independence Weekend
Celebration & Fireworks

9:30pm - California's Great America Independence Weekend Celebration and Fireworks in Santa Clara returns again this year — on July 5 & 6 (Friday and Saturday) at 9:30pm. It is one of the largest fireworks displays in the Bay Area.

Note: There will be NO Fireworks on July 4th
— it's still a FUN place to celebrate the 4th of July with your family and friends.

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California's Great America in Santa Clara

Morgan Hill — "Sing the Songs of America" 2013 Freedom Fest, Parade & Fireworks
Celebrate Morgan Hill's 2013 Freedom Fest, 4th of July Parade & Fireworks. The parade, featuring marching bands and colorful floats, draws over 50,000 spectactors every year.

Wednesday, July 3
6pm-7pm - Patriotic Sing
7pm-10pm - Family Music Fest at the Community Cultural Center. Dance to The Usual Suspects.
Gourmet food, beer, wine and soft drinks are available for purchase.

Thursday, July 4
Freedom 5K Run and 1-Mile Walk
7:45am (1-mile start); 8am (5K Walk start); 8:15am (5K Run start)
9:30am - Liberty Car Cruise; 11:30am Car Show
9am - Pre-Parade Entertainment
10am - 4th of July Parade in downtown Morgan Hill
6pm - Pre-Fireworks Entertainment
9pm - Fireworks Extravaganza - Dark (after 9pm)

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Morgan Hill Freedom Fest


Coastside — 4th of July

Aptos (Santa Cruz County)
— 4th of July Parade & Celebration and "The World's Shortest Parade"

Family Fun! Food, entertainment, games, arts & crafts... and more.
Free admission. 7:30am-4:30pm.
7am-10am - Pancake Breakfast
10am-12 noon - 4th of July Parade
"The World's Shortest Parade" (in distance only, not duration)
12 noon-4pm - Party in the Park (State Park Drive and Soquel Drive, Aptos Village Park).
Enjoy great food, live entertainment and fun games.

NO Fireworks

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Aptos Fourth of July Parade & Celebration

Half Moon Bay 4th of July Festivities TBD
Celebrate 4th of July in downtown Half Moon Bay.
12 noon - 4th of July Parade down Main Street, Half Moon Bay. Other festivities TBD.

NO Fireworks for 2013
No Fireworks again this year, due to lack of funds. Past fireworks displays have taken place at sundown at Pillar Point Harbor, Capistrano Road, Princeton-by-the-Sea.

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Half Moon Bay Coastside Chamber of Commerce & Visitors' Bureau

Scotts Valley (Santa Cruz County)
— 4th of July Parade & Fireworks Display

3pm - Parade begins on Scotts Valley Drive
5pm - Fireworks event opens. Enjoy festival food, live music and games at Skypark Park
9:15pm - Fireworks Display
Advance Tickets: $6; onsite $8, kids 4 and under are free.
Note: Food and games are not included in admission ticket.

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Scotts Valley 4th of July Parade & Fireworks Display


North Bay — 4th of July

Sausalito Fourth of July Parade, Picnic & Fireworks Extravaganza

10am - Fourth of July Parade begins on the corner of Second and Main, moves along Bridgeway to Caledonia Street and ends at Dunphy Park, Sausalito. Floats, Bands, Walking Clowns, Acrobats, Flowers, Balloons and Fun for the entire family!  

10am-4pm - 4th of July Picnic and Family Fun at Dunphy Park. Enjoy live entertainment, food, raffles, annual tug-o-war and the famous Egg Toss! Live music all day starting at 12 noon.

6:30-9:30pm - July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza at Gabrielson Park. Food, refreshments and live music. Richardson's Bay provides a beautiful view and front row seating to a spectacular fireworks display off Spinnaker Point.
9:30pm - Fireworks Show

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Sausalito Fourth of July Parade. Picnic & Fireworks Extravaganza

Marin County Fair, Free Concerts & Fireworks Show
The Marin County Fair takes place at 10 Avenue of the Flags in San Rafael (North Bay).

Fun Attractions, Contests, Special Exhibits, Arts & Crafts, Carnival Rides, Farm Animals, Petting Zoo, Live Entertainment (FREE Daily Concerts)... and more!

July 4th Concerts — Free with Fair Admission.

9:30pm - Nightly Fireworks Show over the lagoon

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Marin County Fair & Fireworks Show


Corte Madera-Larkspur 4th of July Parade "Sailing the the Twin Cities" & Celebration
Corte Madera and Larkspur 4th of July Festival and Hometown Parade for Marin's Twin Cities.

9am-5pm - Fun festivities, Arts & Crafts, Food, Live Entertainment at Corte Madera Town Park. Children's activities include carnival games, entertainment and face-painting.

10:30am - 4th of July Parade begins at Redwood High School in Larkspur and ends at Corte Madera Town Center. Parade features marching bands.

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Corte Madera-Larkspur Fourth of July Celebration & Parade

Novato's Annual Fourth of July Parade — "Unsung Heroes"
Novato's Fourth of July Parade is the second-largest parade in the North Bay — it attracts between 15,000 and 20,000 spectators annually. This year's parade theme is "Unsung Heroes."

8am - 4th Annual 4th of July Run — “Firecracker 4” (four mile road race) and a “Mayor's Mile” (one mile family walk/jog) in downtown Novato takes place before the parade.

9am-9:45am - Pre-Parade Entertainment. Performances by the People of Note, Banjo Dave Marty, Abe van der Meule, and other fun street performers.

10am-12 noon - Parade begins at 10am. Parade route runs east to west on the newly renovated Grant Avenue, beginning at Reichert Avenue and ending at 7th Street.

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Novato's Fourth of July Parade

Napa Valley/Sonoma County

Napa Valley
— Yountville 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks

Call Veterans Home for 2013 Updates

12 noon-9:30pm - In the past, 4th of July Celebration and Fireworks have been held annually at the historic Veterans Home in Yountville, Napa Valley — it's a FUN event for families and for residents of the home. Events have included live entertainment, food and wine, kid's activities... and more! No bicycles, skateboards, or scooters.

Fireworks have NOT been confirmed (past displays have taken place around 9:30pm).

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Veterans Home Yountville — 707-944-4600; 707-944-4541; 800-404-8387
Yountville Chamber of Commerce — 707-944-0904
Town of Yountville — 707-944-8851 (Recreation)

Sonoma County
— Sonoma County's Annual Fireworks Show

July 4— Santa Rosa "Red, White & Boom!"
Sonoma County Fair takes place at Sonoma Country Fairgrounds Carnival Area Lawn in Santa Rosa. Enjoy fun family-friendly activities, attractions, contests, live entertainment, food and beverages, kid's activities... and more! Admission: $10 ages 12+, $5 ages 5-11; free for children 4 and under. Free Parking.

3:30pm - Gates open
4pm -Live Music; Court 'n Disaster @ 4pm, Pat Jordan Band @ 5:30pm, Wonderbread 5 @ 7pm.

9:30pm - Fireworks Show

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Sonoma County Fair "Red, White & Boom!"


All-American "4th of July" Gifts

Fun "Blinking" 4th of July and American Gifts

East Bay — 4th of July

Alameda — Mayor's 4th of July Parade
Alameda's "Mayor's 4th of July Parade" is the second longest Independence Day Parade in the nation. And at 3.3 miles, it's the longest route in the country, featuring over 170 floats. More than 20,000 spectators turn out to see the parade every year.

Enjoy Marching Bands, Floats, Antique Cars, Cub Scouts on Bikes, Politicians, Church Groups, Fez-Wearing Secret Societies, Gymnasts, Dancers, Martial Arts Students, Banjo Pickers, Hula Dancers... and more. Fun for the whole family!

Alameda Mayor's July 4th Parade R.A.C.E. — a 5K (3.1 mile) run and walk through Alameda, starts at 9:45am, just before the parade.

10am - Parade starts at on Park Street, at Lincoln Avenue.

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Alameda 4th of July Parade

Antioch 4th of July Parade & Fireworks
Antioch's 4th of July
Celebration takes place in its historic waterfront Rivertown District.

5pm - Car Show, Kid Zone, Food and Live Entertainment
7pm - Parade down Second Street
9:30pm - Fireworks on the River

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Antioch 4th of July Celebration

July 3 — Benicia's Freedom Festival Torchlight Parade (No Street Dance)
6:30-9pm - Benecia's Freedom Festival Torchlight Parade stretches all the way down First Street. Parade includes Live Entertainment, Bands, Dancing, Floats, Decorated Horses, Clowns... and more!

July 4 — Benicia's "Picnic in the Park & Waterfront Promenade Fireworks"
12 noon-7pm - "Picnic in the Park"
July 4th festivities include Music and Dance performances, Arts & Crafts, Food and Beverages, and fun Kids Activities at Benicia City Park (located on First Street and Military).

9pm - Fireworks Display
Fireworks Show takes place at the foot of First Street. Enjoy the view from the First Street Green at the Waterfront Promenade. Free admission.

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Picnic in the Park and 4th of July Fireworks

July 4 — Berkeley Marina 4th of July Fireworks & All-Day Festival
12 noon-10pm - 4th of July festivities are held every year at the Berkeley Marina and Cesar Chavez Park in Berkeley, California. Fun family day alcohol-free event. Activities include: Live Entertainment, Arts & Crafts, International Food Booths, Free Dragon Boat Rides, Kids Adventure Playground, Children's Shows, and a Fireworks Show. Free admission.

11am-8pm - Kids Adventure Playground with Face-Painting, Giant Slide... and more!
12 noon-5pm - Free Dragon Boat Rowing
12 noon-9:30pm - Live Entertainment on the main stage, plus entertainment in smaller venues around the marina.

9:30pm - Fireworks Display lasts approximately 30 minutes. Fireworks are launched from the Berkeley Pier at the foot of University Avenue, but will be visible from all over the Marina and elsewhere. Automobile access is limited. Free valet bicycle parking. No cars in or out after 7pm. Dogs permitted on a leash.

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Fourth of July at Berkeley Marina
City of Berkeley — 510-548-5335


July 2, 3 & 4 — Concord 4th of July Celebration
— "The Flag" Festivities, Parade & Fireworks Show
"The Flag" festivities take place at Dave Brubeck Park, Concord. This FUN patriotic salute to America features a cast and choir of over 150 people — the free event is a family-oriented celebration of our country and its people. Through music, dance and drama, the show includes encore audience favorites, movie and TV spoofs, a celebration of faith, and a salute to the military. The evening ends with a spectacular Fireworks Show.

10am - Parade starts at Mount Diablo High School on Grant Street
4pm - Kids Fun Zone with inflatables, face-painting and characters
7:30pm - Free Shows July 2, 3 & 4
9pm - Fireworks Show (July 2, 3 & 4) at Dave Brubeck Park, Concord.
Free admission.

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"The Flag" 4th of July Festivities and Fireworks

Concord 4th of July Jubillee, Parade & Festival

July 4 — Danville - Kiwani's 4th July Parade
— "People Helping People"
9am-11:30am - This year's Parade theme is "People Helping People" The Parade runs from the corner of Hartz Avenue and Railroad Avenue, continues down Hartz and San Ramon Valley Road and ends at the corner of San Ramon Valley Road and Sycamore Valley Road. This popular Parade typically attracts over 40,000 people. Come along and join in the fun! 

8:15am - City of San Ramone Fun Run
9am-11:30am* - Kiwani's Danville 4th of July Parade
4pm-7:30pm - San Ramone 's "Celebrate America, Celebrate San Ramon" event in San Ramon Central Park

*NOTE: Spectator chairs may not be put along parade route until 6pm on July 3rd.

NO Fireworks for 2013

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Kiwani's Danville's 4th July Parade

July 4 — Fremont 4th of July Parade featuring the Niles District
See creative floats and marching bands at Fremont's 4th of July Parade.

10am - Fremont's patriotic Parade takes place in the Downtown District of Fremont (featuring the Niles District). Parade route — begins at State Street and Capitol Avenue, then proceeds on to Paseo Padre Parkway, Walnut Avenue, California Street, ending on Beacon Avenue.

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Fremont 4th of July Parade

Livermore 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks
Family Fun, Fireworks, Arts & Crafts, Food and Live Entertainment

4pm-9:30pm - 4th of July Family Fun Fireworks Celebration takes place at Los Positas College at 3000 Campus Hill Drive in Livermore, CA. Admission $20 per vehicle or $5 per person walk in.

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Livermore 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks


July 4 — Moraga "July 4th at the Commons Park" — Dog Parade & Fireworks
Celebrate Moraga's July 4th at the Commons Park. Festivities include the annual Dog Parade and evening Fireworks. No Classic Car Show this year.

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Moraga 4th of July Festivities

July 4 — Oakland's Jack London Square "July 4th Family Fun Festival"
Oakland's "July 4th Family Fun Festival" takes place throughout Jack London Square.

11am-4pm - July 4th Festival includes live music, magicians, juggling, stilt-walking, circus acts, hoola hoops, petting zoo, festival food and fun entertainment. Bike rentals and kayaking available. Free bike valet parking. Free admission.

NO Fireworks.

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4th of July Activities at Jack London Square

July 4th — Onboard the Aircraft Carrier USS Hornet in Alameda
Celebrate July 4th aboard the USS Hornet Museum at Pier 3, Alameda Point.

11am-10pm - Fun event includes Live Music and Interactive Family Activities on the Flight Deck — Carnival Games, Flight Simulator, Food, Beer and Wine, Fun Children's Activities, Jump House, RoboSurf, Bunjee Run... and more!

11am-8pm - Explore the Ship (3 Decks)
2pm-8pm - FUN Family Activities, Carnival Games & more
2pm-9:15pm - Live Music & Entertainment (featuring Tempest, Bay Area Heat, Barbershop Quartet, Golden Gate Harmony, and The Stacy Adams Band)

9:15pm - Fireworks display accompanied by Patriotic music. Enjoy great views of Bay Area Fireworks from the Flight Deck. Be sure to bring a warm jacket as it can get quite chilly, especially if the fog rolls in. Note: USS Hornet does NOT do their own fireworks.

Tickets: Adults $20 (at the door $25), Kids (5-17) $10, children under 5 free with paying adult. Free Parking.

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Celebrate July 4th Independence Day on the USS Hornet

July 4 — Vallejo Six Flags Discovery Kingdom "4th of July Fireworks"
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is the only major Northern California theme park to offer fireworks on Independence Day. For best fireworks viewing, head to Chabot Stadium, alongside the park's beautiful Lake Chabot.

Park is open 10:30am-10pm. Fireworks event is free with paid park admission.
Fireworks Extravaganza on July 4, 5 & 6th.

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Mendocino Coast July 4th Celebrations & Fireworks
Mendocino 4th of July Parade, Point Arena Street Fair & Fireworks and Independence Day Parade, World's Largest Salmon BBQ, and Fireworks in Fort Bragg.

— Mendocino's Annual 4th of July Parade
12 noon - Parade begins near Crown Hall on Ukiah Street and continues down Main Street and up Lansing Street, in downtown Mendocino. 707-961-6300
More Info on Mendocino's Annual 4th of July Parade

— Point Arena Street Fair, Fireworks & Parade
Enjoy Point Arena Independence Day Celebration Festivities.
July 6 (Saturday) — Street Fair & Fireworks at the Cove
4-10pm - Street Fair at Arena Cove Pier at Point Arena. Enjoy live entertainment, arts & craft, food and drinks. No pets. Fireworks begin at dark.
July 7 (Sunday) — Point Arena Independence Day Parade

12 noon - Parade travels along Main Street/Hwy 1
More Info on Point Arena Independence Day Celebration

July 6 (Saturday night) — Fort Bragg Fireworks — Annual Independence Day Fireworks
9pm - Display begins at dark (around 9pm-9:30pm) at Pomo Bluff Park, located at Todd's Point, overlooking Noyo Harbor in Fort Bragg. Walk-in only after 5pm. 707-961-6300
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July 6 (Saturday) — World's Largest Salmon BBQ — Noyo Harbor off South Harbor Drive, Hwy 20 in Fort Bragg. 707-961-6300
More Info on World's Largest Salmon BBQ

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Mendocino Coast 4th of July Parade, Festivities & Fireworks Display

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe — Star Spangled Fourth - "Lights on the Lake" Fireworks
and Fun Independence Day Celebrations

— South Shore, Lake Tahoe
July 4 — "Lights on the Lake" Fireworks
See the largest synchronized Fireworks Display west of the Mississippi.
"Lights on the Lake" is visible all over South Lake Tahoe; best views are from South Shore's paddle-wheelers or private boats; Nevada Beach (2 miles east of the casinos on Elk Point Road; Regan and El Dorado beaches (on the shore at Highway 50); and Edgewood-Tahoe (ticketed event) and adjacent Lakeside Beach.

July 4th Fireworks Show begins at approximately 9:45pm.

July 3 (Wednesday) — Kings Beach 3rd of July Fireworks & Party
2pm Beach Party at North Tahoe Event Center deck with DJ, live music, food, beer garden and more!
9:30pm - Fireworks Display at Kings Beach

July 4 (Thursday) — Truckee, Donner Lake
Hometown Parade at 10am. Live entertainment and fun festivities during the day.
Fireworks Display TBD

July 4 (Thursday) — Tahoe City Fireworks
Fireworks Display at dusk on Commons Beach in downtown Tahoe City.

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775-588-5900 / 800-288-2463
South Lake Tahoe's Star Spangled Fourth "Lights on the Lake"
and Fun North Shore Events, Parades & Fireworks



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