Cove Fireworks Cancelled : Our Top 4 Firework Recommendations for Locals Seeking A New SpotJuly 4, 2021
Happy 4th of July!
Due to the recent development at the La Jolla Cove, there will be no firework show there tonight leaving many locals scambling to find a new spot to watch. Luckily, we did our homework this time and got you covered with our top 5 spots that aren’t our beloved La Jolla Cove….
Short Drives North & South
1) MISSION BAY
SeaWorld fireworks: SeaWorld San Diego start their firework show at 9:30 tonight. If you’re close enough or in the park, you will be able to hear a patriotic soundtrack to go along with the blasts. Prime viewing of this show can be found away from Seaworld anywhere you can see the bay such as…
- Kate Sessions Park
- Mount Soledad
- Bay Ho
- Crown Point Park
- Mission Beach
- Anywhere along the Mission Bay Bike Path
2) Del Mar
Del Mar Fairgrounds fireworks: The Del Mar Fair’s annual grand finale is the fireworks on 4th of July. They start popping tonight at 9pm. All can purchase tickets to see them from the fairground themselves but other free viewing points include….
- Del Mar Beach
- Solana Beach
- Del Mar Plaza
- Northside of Crest Canyon Hiking Trails
1) San Diego Harbor
Big Bay Boom: the largest of all firework shows in San Diego begins at 9pm from four barges parked in the harbor. Some areas to consider for watching include …
- Shelter Island
- Harbor front (think near the Midway Museum)
- Mission Hills (think anywhere you can see the airport from above)
- Spanish Landing
- Cesar E Chavez Park
- Anywhere along the Harbor Bike Path
2) Coronado Island
Glorietta Bay fireworks: From Coronado most should be able to see the Big Bay Boom, but at 9pm there is an independent show from Glorietta Bay, south of the bridge and near the backside of The Del. Most viewers will need to be on the Island to get an upclose and personal show but they should be visible from….
- National City
- Chula Vista
- Stingray Point
- Logan Heights