Fourth of July is upon us and if you’re in San Diego, you have the usual options for Independence Day fireworks, parades, and celebrations, including the San Diego Big Bay Boom, and Coronado Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks.
San Diego 4th of July
San Diego Big Bay Boom Fireworks: July 4. The Big Bay Boom July 4th Fireworks Show is back for its twelfth year, with Fireworks over San Diego Bay, discharged simultaneously from barges placed strategically around the Bay off Shelter Island, Harbor Island, North Embarcadero and Chula Vista. Fireworks also will be discharged at the Imperial Beach Pier. The Port of San Diego has set up free parking lots with shuttle service to Harbor Island and Shelter Island. The parking lots will open at 5:30pm. Free Shuttle Service starts at 6pm. Don’t forget you can listen to the simulcast on 105.7 The Walrus FM radio.
Coronado: Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks: July 4, 2012. The 64th Annual Independence Day Parade starts at 10am, traveling from Orange Ave from 1st St to Churchill Place. Art in the Park at Spreckels Park 8am-4pm. Concert starts at 4pm and features Coronado Community Concert Band. Fireworks over Glorietta Bay/San Diego Bay at 9pm. Music by: KYXY on 96.5 radio