Things to do in Covina, California on July 4th

fireworks over United States flagFourth of July events are what many people look for when celebrating this great nation’s independence  and Covina does not disappoint. There is a wide assortment of activities going on in and around the area to choose from. Take a look at what some of them are, but remember to be safe while attending one or more of these events!

All American 4th of July Aboard Queen Mary

All aboard the beautiful Queen Mary listening to music and strolling through time as you do so. Enjoy the various eras aboard the ship and listen to live music. When night comes, enjoy the spectacular fireworks display from the deck of the ship. Those in active military wearing their uniforms get free entrance. Tickets for children under 4 cost $19.19. Adult ticket prices start at $39.99.

Hollywood Fireworks Display and Concert

Take care to note that this particular event takes place on July 3rd, not the 4th, at 5:00PM. It is located at the Placentia City Hall in Placentia, CA. But, feel free to come hear Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers perform before the fireworks. Also hear Edie Brickell perform. The fee is $60.00

Grand Park Celebration

Visit the Grand Park in West Covina for a dazzling fireworks display that takes place 9:30 PM. The official celebration begins at 6:00 PM.

Rose Bowl’s Annual BBQ & Brew’s Festival

This Fourth of July weekend the historical Rose Bowl Stadium is playing host to the very first annual BBQ& Brew’s fest. Come on out and enjoy good food, beer, and wine from your choice of vendors. Also, enjoy the live music and fireworks show. Remember, however, the parking discounts are not available on site. They must be purchased online.

For more information about how to have a safe and happy Fourth of July, contact Eastland Escrows in Southern California today.

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