4th of july fireworks near me

Where to Go for 4th of July Events

Greater Palm Springs cities and surrounding towns have made plans for the first in-person holiday bash since the pandemic shutdown.

JIM POWERS Attractions, Current Digital

4th of july fireworks near me


Even as the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be lessening its grip on our lives, there are still plenty of questions bouncing around and that includes Fourth of July plans in Greater Palm Springs.

More desert cities have announced their plans for a Fourth of July fireworks display or activity, and we will continue to update this article as needed.

Check out the latest list:


When: 8:45 p.m. July 4
Where: Meadow Park, 41220 Park Ave.

Info: View fireworks for free over the lake. Take your seat at Above the Boom, Snow Summit's fireworks viewing party. Tickets sales will be limited; check BigBearMountainResort.com 
Website: bigbear.com/events/annual/4th-of-july


When: 5-10 p.m. July 3
Where: Coachella Crossroads, 46607 Dillon Road

Info: The fun-filled evening event will feature free admission but anyone under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Check out the new 29 Palms Band of Mission Indians' craft beer selection at the full bar service, enjoy games and family activities (including corn hole, a photo booth, giveaways, and more), and classic BBQ will be served from a food truck in support of the Riverside Sheriffs Association. At 6 p.m., a DJ will provide upbeat music, and at 7 p.m., the public and casino guests will be invited to take rides on hot air balloons on the property. At approximately 9 p.m., a fireworks display will begin in sync with a live remote radio broadcast of music.
Website: spotlight29.com

City of Coachella

When: 6-9 p.m. July 2

Where: Bagdouma Park, 51723 Douma St., Coachella

Info: Festivities include fireworks, games, local food vendors, and live music for the whole family.
Website: facebook.com/yourcoachella


When: 6-10 p.m. July 2
Where: Mission Springs Park, 14510 Palm Drive
Admission: free

Info: Food trucks will be on site. You can bring lawn chairs and blankets. No pets and no alcohol will be allowed.
Website: cityofdhs.org/fireworks


When: Parade only, 10 a.m. July 3
Where: Travels from the top of North Circle to Village Center

Info: Featuring Mayor Max, the golden retriever who is the mountain town's unofficial mayor, who will lead the Independence Day parade in a white truck with a red-white-and-blue canopy. The parade usually includes horses, a mountain rescue team, fire engines, the Forest Service and a wealth of music, flags and plenty of patriotism.
Website: facebook.com/groups/144375982427043


When: 9 p.m. July 4
Where: Lake Arrowhead Village, 28200 State Route 189

Info: You can view the fireworks from the park, Lollipop Beach (at the end of the peninsula past the park), Village Bay Beach, or sit along the dockside. Details are still being worked out for a vintage aircraft show and a performance by the Riverside Philharmonic.
Website: ala-ca.org


When: 9 a.m. parade, 4-9 p.m. FunFest — both on July 4
Where: Parade starts at Moreno Valley City Hall, 14177 Frederick St. FunFest will be held at Civic CenterAmphitheater (gates open at 2 p.m.), 13100 Arbor Park Lane.

Info: FunFest includes fireworks, live bands, food vendors and more. The amphitheater has limited seating, and the fireworks viewing area is on asphalt, so attendees should bring lawn chairs. Food and coolers (with non-alcoholic beverages ) are allowed. No grills. Alcohol is permitted but pets are not. Free entry from 2-4 p.m., and then $3 per person after 4 p.m. Purchase pre-sale ticket at the Conference and Recreation Center, 14075 Frederick St.
Website: allevents.in/moreno%20valley/4th-of-july-parade-and-funfest/200021082799948


When: 8:30-9:30 p.m. July 4
Where: Palm Desert Civic Center Park, 43900 San Pablo Ave.

Info: Fireworks have been officially cofirmed. There will be food vendors but no live music. Music will be piped into the park. As a precaution, masks, handwashing and sanitizing stations will be available in the park. Free parking at Civic Center Park and the Gardens on El Paseo. There is free shuttle service to the park
Website: discoverpalmdesert.com/event/palm-desert-independence-day-fireworks-display


When: 7:30 p.m. July 4
Where: O’Donnell House, 412 W. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs

Info: Join AAP – Food Samaritans in celebrating the Fourth of July at the historic ODonnell House. Guests will enjoy a traditional Americana meal catered by Willie Rhein from Eight 4Nine restaurant followed by the Palm Springs Fourth of July laser show. The cost is $200 per person that includes cocktails, dinner, entertainment, and valet parking. Advance purchase is required.
Website: aidsassistance.org/4th-orig

City of Palm Springs Fourth of July

When: July 4
Free Events:

Fourth of July Water Palooza,11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Victoria Park, 2744 N. Via Miraleste. Featuring music, water games, free hot dogs and snow cones.

Fourth of July Family Pool Party, 3 – 9 p.m. Palm Springs Swim Center, 405 S. Pavilion Way. Featuring water games, music, and food.

Fourth of July Independence-Fest and Movie in Sunrise Park, 3 p.m. until credits roll, Sunrise Park, 401 S. Pavilion Way. Featuring, music, games, and food along with police, fire and city service vehicles for families to see live and in action. The film, A League of Their Own, starring Tom Hanks and Geena Davis starts at dusk.

Fourth of July Concert and Laser Show at Ruth Hardy Park, 700 Tamarisk Road. Begins at 4 p.m. until end of laser show, which kicks off at 9:15 p.m. Featuring classic rock band DUDE Jones in concert at 6:30 p.m. along with food and games.

Website: palmspringsca.gov


When: 9 p.m. July 4
Where: Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa, 32250 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage.

Info: South parking lot opens at 7 p.m. for viewing. There will be a live radio show and party giveaways. NBC Palm Springs will broadcast the fireworks live.
Website: hotwatercasino.com


When: 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., July 4
Where: Torotoise Rock Casino, 73829 Baseline Road, Twentynine Palms.

Info: Opens at 9:30 a.m. followed by a color guard will raising the Marine Flag, followed by the raising of the Tribal Flag at 10 a.m.. This will be followed by a color guard raising the U.S. flag. Representatives from the Twentynine Palms community will follow with short remarks and the flag-raising ceremony will end with foodservice offered to attendees. At 5 p.m., the evening event begins, and features free admission, but anyone under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. An outdoor patio area will feature a full bar service (with the new 29 Palms Band of Mission Indians craft beer selection), games and family activities (including corn hole, a photo booth, giveaways, and more), classic BBQ will be served from Mine Train Smokery, Eddies Street Tacos, and other local street vendors, and a classic car experience courtesy of the Morongo Basin Car Club. At 5:30 p.m., a color guard will lower the American flag, followed by live music from Lisa Lynn and The Broken Hallelujahs at the Rock Stage. At 7 p.m., the public and casino guests will be invited to take rides on hot air balloons on the property. At approximately 9 p.m., a fireworks display will begin in sync with a live remote radio broadcast of music.
Website: tortoiserockcasino.com


When: 9 p.m. July 4
Where: Yucaipa High School football field, 33000 Yucaipa Blvd.

Website: yucaipa.org/calendar/fourth-of-july


• Drive up Highway 74 to Vista Point to have an overview of the entire valley and see several fireworks displays at once. Be careful driving down the switchback once the fireworks are over.

• Take the elevator up to the 12th Floor Lounge at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino.

• From the second floor of The Gardens at El Paseo in Palm Desert. Watch from a balcony or dine al fresco at Tommy Bahama and enjoy the Palm Desert fireworks from their patio.