4th of July Festivities in the East Bay!

It’s that time of the year–where we rejoice in our nation’s freedom and celebrate our Independence Day! There are many fireworks displays and events across the Bay Area, and the East Bay is hosting some so that you don’t have to travel far.

Alameda County Fair

The Alameda County Fair is well known across Northern California for being an all-inclusive fair for the family with events for everyone, and their annual 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is sure to be a sparkler this year! Beginning around 9:30pm, this year spectators get a special treat of the Oakland Symphony accompanying this fantastic show of lights. Grab a seat at the Budweiser Grandstand at the Horse Racing track for the best view. 

Fireworks explode near the carnival midway during the Alameda County Fair fireworks show held in Pleasanton on June 22, 2012. (Doug Duran/Staff)

Fremont 4th of July Parade 

There’s nothing like a hometown parade to help join our community together to celebrate our independence. Don’t miss this event in Fremont–featuring 70 entries and with over 10,000 people expected be sure to get there early and grab a seat! The parade starts at 10am and will have marching bands, entertainers and floats.

Livermore Downtown Celebration

Join your friends and neighbors for this fun-filled tradition in happening downtown Livermore! There will be family activities, an abundance of great food and shopping with local merchants. Bring the family and stay for the amazing fireworks show starting at 9:30pm from the top of the parking structure on Railroad Avenue.

4th of July

Wherever your 4th of July celebration festivities take you and your family, we wish you a happy one from all of us at The J-Team.

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