There’s no better place in Los Angeles to see 4th of July 4th fireworks than in L.A.’s Marina. Enjoy dinner at waterfront restaurants in Marina del Rey with the best firework views. Charter a yacht for the ultimate close-up! Or head to Burton Chace Park or Fisherman’s Village for a family-friendly party atmosphere including synchronized music played over loudspeakers.
The fireworks show on Tuesday, July 4, 2023 starts at 9 p.m. and lasts 20 minutes. This is a popular event, with visitors traveling to the area from throughout the Southland. Plan to arrive as early as 1 p.m. and stay in the Marina to avoid traffic.
HOW TO GET AROUND: See “Getting Here” section below for alternative ways to get around the Marina once you have arrived in town; use these methods for transportation and other water activities to enjoy while you wait for the show.
Click button to view 4th of July Fireworks flyer. For questions, please call 424-526-7777.
Enjoy dinner in Marina del Rey with the best firework views. Charter a yacht for the ultimate close-up! Or plan a fun excursion like parasailing over the Pacific, kayaking or stand-up paddling in the harbor. Click button for MDR Fourth of July Weekend Guide.
Enjoy the fireworks show with synchronized music played over loudspeakers at either Burton Chace Park or Fisherman’s Village. The fireworks will be shot from a barge off the Marina’s south jetty. You can view the show from virtually anywhere in Marina del Rey, Venice Pier, Playa Vista and Dockweiler Beach.
Alternatively, you can charter a private yacht to get the ultimate close-up view. Click here to find information about companies properly licensed to operate charters in the Marina here.
GETTING AROUND & STREET CLOSURES
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Street closures will start as early as 1:00 p.m. and will continue throughout the day. Please note that the times and locations of street closures are subject to change at any time due to traffic conditions.
On July 4th, the WaterBus will operate 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Your wait time may be longer than the usual.
Get around the Marina by riding Circuit, a five-seat electric shuttle, that you can either wave down when you see or download the RIDE CIRCUIT app on your phone to schedule a pick-up. The cost is $3 per person ($9 max) for up to five passengers.
The free free Beach Shuttle will run 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Monday, July 4th offering another way to travel around the Marina.
A stretch of the Marvin Braude Coastal Bike Trail — from the UCLA Marina Aquatics Center to the southside of the La Ballona Bridge — will be closed 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm.
Marina del Rey is home to over 60 full-service restaurants, representing cuisines from around the globe. Whether you’re in the mood for fresh-caught seafood, fine Italian, primo steak, Korean barbecue, or American classics, you’ll find a top-notch outlet in L.A.’s Marina. If you’re looking for a restaurant on the waterfront, we’ve included a list of options on the printable map found here. Download our full restaurant map at the bottom of the page. Or, click below to access our online dining guide for a longer list of restaurants in the area. For those seeking goodies to put in a picnic basket, make your way to Trader Joe’s located at Admiralty and Mindanao Way (the store closes at 5 p.m. for 4th of July). Bon appétit!