Celebrate The 4th Of July With A BANG This Year With One Of These Events!
Hundreds of years ago, a ragtag team of independent thinkers in a new land angry about unfair taxes and a lack of representation came together to establish the country we now call the United States of America. While there is still progress to be made, it's a great time to celebrate the 4th of July in Los Angeles with these three things to do in Long Beach on the 4h of July.
Enjoy the 4th of July on the historic ship the Queen Mary. Bring the whole family for a day of fun crafts, games, and food. When you need a break for a couple of hours, you can take in a movie screening(they will be featuring a film related to the 4th of July, of course). For the perfect end of the night, you will get the best view of the Queen Mary's own firework display complete with the perfect music.
This is perfect for families who want a lot of things to do during the day.
Celebrate America's birthday and support the troops at the same time by attending the 4th of July: Land that I Love run. You can run either 5K, 10K, or 13.1K. 15% of proceeds go to HOMES FOR OUR TROOPS, so you'll be supporting homeless veterans and celebrating America at the same time.
Even better, if you sign up now, you'll save $2 with registration now at $16 instead of $18.
Keep in mind that this race is completed independently. According to the site, "You complete your race on your own and submit your time to us. Then we ship your medal directly to you."
This option is perfect for individuals or families who want to give back for the 4th of July and prioritize health.
Located at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, this celebration includes classic American food and plenty of fun things to do. You can watch Motorcross riders perform stunts. American Idol winner Maddie Poppe will also be there, leading a Michael Jackson tribute. Of course, the grand finale involves the fireworks display at the end of the night.
This option is perfect for a family or a romantic date, especially for people who love music and Motocross.
The 4th of July is a joyous occasion, and it's a great opportunity to celebrate with your family and loved ones. Don your red, white, and blue and try one of these things to do in Long Beach on the 4th of July.