Independence Eve spectacular of lights, sound, music and fireworks. Free, open
to the public. Staged live on the night of July 3rd and broadcast on English and
Spanish TV on July 4th.
Light Up L.A. reflects L.A.’s cultural diversity and is bi-lingual, incorporating the
music and history of this great city and its place in this great nation.
Live show from 9:30 P.M. – 10:00 P.M - July 3rd
Downtown Los Angeles. Fireworks set up at Los Angeles Historic State Park,
formerly known as "The Cornfield.” "The Cornfield” has historical and cultural
significance for L.A.’s Mexican, Asian, Native American, and Afro-American
At Spring Street, just footsteps from the Chinatown Metro station and about a half
mile from Plaza Olvera and Union Station.
Up to now L.A. has had everything except a big, free Independence Day Fireworks
show that is broadcast on TV like the Macy’s show in New York City, Washington
D.C. from the mall, Boston in the Harbor, with the Boston Pops, and Taste of
Chicago Fireworks broadcast live on July 3rd with a pre-show and rebroadcast on
Produced by Events Marketing, producers of unique, high profile and memorable
events nationwide. An industry innovator since 1983, Events Marketing pioneered
the “event within an event” concept at Fairs and Festivals.
Events Marketing’s fireworks shows are staged in conjunction with Rialto based
Pyro-Spectaculars, fireworks vendors to multiple Olympiads, Super Bowls, Macy’s
4th of July, and other major national and international events.
Endorsed by California State Parks.
Tradition Begins Independence Eve