Celebrate Independence Day Safely at a Public Fireworks Display

Thursday, June 8, 2023

"Think About Your Neighbors" and celebrate SAFELY this year.

All fireworks, even the so-called 'safe and sane' variety remain illegal for personal use in the City of Los Angeles. Attending a professional fireworks show is the safest and smartest way to celebrate Independence Day 2023. We're pleased to offer a list of public firework shows in the greater Los Angeles area.


Regarding Professional Fireworks Shows within the City of Los Angeles, as permits are requested for professional public fireworks displays, we will add them to the following list. If you are looking for shows outside the City of Los Angeles, in areas served by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, please visit 

NOTE: Shows are listed by date. Unless specified, all firework displays are open to the public. More information will be offered as locations are confirmed. Please check back for updates. For further information regarding dates, times, or other details, please seek information from the venue or organization hosting the show.

June 24, 2023

  • El Sereno - El Sereno Recreation Center - 4721 Klamath Street 
  • Boyle Heights - Hollenbeck Park - 415 South St. Louis Street

July 1, 2023

  • Hollywood - Hollywood Forever Cemetery - 1100 Eagle Vista Drive

July 2, 2023

  • Eagle Rock - Eagle Rock Recreation Center - 1100 Eagle Vista Drive
  • Hollywood - Hollywood Bowl - 2301 N Highland Avenue
  • Lincoln Heights - Lincoln Park - 3501 Valley Boulevard

July 3, 2023

  • Hollywood - Hollywood Bowl - 2301 N Highland Avenue

July 4, 2023


What if you witness illegal fireworks use in the City of Los Angeles?

Report illegal fireworks directly to the Los Angeles Police Department at any hour, using their online fireworks complaint form at:

NOTE: The fireworks complaint form above is the most efficient way to notify the Police Department of illegal fireworks use. Only call 9-1-1 if someone is injured or there is an active fire.

What if I have fireworks?

The Los Angeles Police Department has a special process that allows you to surrender fireworks without penalty. To receive special guidance, please call the LAPD non-emergency number 1-877-ASK-LAPD. Do not transport fireworks anywhere and do not bring them to a Police Station until you have received this special guidance. 

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