Fourth of July Fireworks at Seaside Lagoon

July 4, 2019

July 4, 2019

14:00 To 19:00

Seaside Lagoon, Portofino Way, Redondo Beach, CA, USA

Tickets online are $25 for adults, $15 for children

Event Description

Celebrate Independence Day at the City of Redondo Beach 4th of July Fireworks at Seaside Lagoon!

A family-friendly community event and a front row seat for the Fireworks Spectacular. Seating at the Seaside Lagoon is first come first served so arrive early with your beach blankets, chairs and small umbrellas.
(Tents or other structures are not permitted.)

Enjoy all day supervised swimming and arts & crafts, family friendly party and patriotic music and a special menu from the Ruby’s Diner. Guests are welcome to bring their own food and beverages. Alcohol and cooking prohibited. Security & bag check. Parking at the Marina Parking Lot and Pier Garage for a flat fee. Bike racks on site. Don’t forget the sunglasses and sunscreen!

Seaside Lagoon, 137 N. Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach, CA

Tickets online are $25 for adults, $15 for children at www.rbfireworks.ticketleap.com/JULY4/

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Tickets online are $25 for adults, $15 for children at www.rbfireworks.ticketleap.com/JULY4/

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