Places to Watch Fireworks In LA for the 4th by Carol Wolfe, The Encino Real Estate Report

By Carol Wolfe

This 4th of July there are many fireworks to choose from including some of my favorites:
fireworks_vertical_med11. July 4th Fireworks Hollywood Bowl Spectacular – this year the featured guest is John Fogerty with a special fireworks display afterward
2. The Rose Bowl – AmericaFest 2009
This marks the 83rd annual Rose Bowl July 4th celebration. In addition to spectacular fireworks there will be a performance from the California Philharmonic Orchestra.
3. Marina del Rey July 4 Fireworks Extravaganza
Head down to Marina Del Rey for a beautiful day by the beach. The event will be simulcast on KXLU, 88.9 FM.
4. 10th Annual Fireworks Festival – Journey Through Time
The Studio City Chamber of Commerce hosts this bash on the CBS lot. Great party, family friendly.


Hollywood Bowl by Carol Wolfe, The Encino Real Estate Report

By Carol Wolfe

The Hollywood Bowl is the largest outdoor amphitheatre in the United States and a  major Hollywood Icon. hollywood-bowl-address It is a place where the world’s finest musicians come to play on an outdoor stage for a crowd that is happy to enjoy the music, ambience and twinkling stars hung on the LA skyline.
The Hollywood Bowl is the summer home of the LA Philharmonic but the music doesn’t end there.  The best in Jazz, Classical, Broadway and world music find their way to The Hollywood Bowl each summer.

There are three types of seating at the Hollywood bowl, box seats, chairs and benches, seat cushions are available for a small charge.

There is no such thing as a bad seat at the Hollywood Bowl as large video screens project what is happening on stage. 

Food and Beverages are sold on the premises but picnic baskets are also allowed depending on the event. Ticket prices range from $1 to $100 and subscription packages are available.