4th of July Around the Bay

4th of July Around the Bay
As COVID restrictions have eased, many Bay Area cities are ready to resume their annual 4th of July celebrations and firework shows. Below is a list of confirmed events happening around the Bay Area with links to more information on each event.

Parades and Festivities

Alameda – Festivities will be held at the USS Hornet from 10 a.m to 6 p.m.. More info here.
Antioch – Event features a car show, live entertainment, craft/vendors, parade begins at 5 p.m and fireworks in the evening. More info here.
Danville – **July 3rd** Live music, kid crafts, outdoor games and more in the Danville Livery from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. More info here.
Half Moon Bay – Parade and festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m including “Kids Fab Fun Zone.” More info here.
Orinda – Parade begins at BART at 11 a.m. followed by live music in the Community Center Park. More info here.
Pleasant Hill – The Parade will run through various Pleasant Hill neighborhoods, featuring music, sponsors, local organizations, first responders, and community leaders. More info and map route here.
San Jose – Rose, White & Blue festival will be held from 11 a.m to 3 p.m and features a Kids Bike Party! More info here.

Firework Shows

Antioch – Fireworks over the river at 9 p.m. More info here.
Concord – Drive-in fireworks at Concord Pavilion, SOLD OUT. More info here.
Pleasant Hill – Fireworks show at College Park High School at 9:15 p.m., but residents are asked to watch from their homes or other areas; no gathering at school grounds. More info here.
San Francisco – A fireworks display will be launched from two barges on the Bay beginning at 9:30 pm. More info here.
Santa Clara – Fireworks at California’s Great America above Flight Deck at 8:45 p.m. More info here.

And Remember…

If you will be celebrating the 4th of July at home this year, the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District wants to remind you to make it a fun and safe holiday!
  • Leave fireworks to the professionals
  • Fireworks cause 17,000 fires every year
  • Kids under 4 followed by kids aged 10-14 are the most often injured
  • Over 10,000 people are hurt every year
  • Sparklers burn at a temperature of 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer, glow sticks are a fun and safe alternative
  • Keep your pets indoors as they can easily be frightened by loud noises
At Arrive Real Estate Group we would like to wish you a safe and happy Independence Day! Please remember to contact us for all of your real estate needs as we help keep the American dream alive… one homeowner at a time!

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