SeaWorld July 4th
Fireworks Celebration

When: July 4, 2013
Time: 9:30pm approx.
Where: SeaWorld San Diego (map)
Phone: (800) 257-4268
More info: Event website


Using the beautiful orchestral music of SeaWorld San Diego's newest show, Blue Horizon, the spectacular Into the Blue fireworks show provides an incredible pyrotechnic display high in the sky above in park. The colorful fireworks display is the perfect way to end your day. Experience Into the Blue fireworks every night during Summer Nights at SeaWorld.


Fireworks at Seaworld in San Diego

FIreworks Seen All Summer Long

Come see Summer Nights when the park transforms after dark with extended hours and seasonal nighttime only shows. Feel the amazing energy of Shamu Rocks, SeaWorld’s nighttime show.


Share a laugh with sea lions Clyde and Seamore at Sea Lions Tonite and marvel at Cirque de la Mer, our breathtaking acrobatic extravaganza over water.


Then let your spirit soar during Shamu’s SkySplash fireworks finale. Celebrate unforgettable Summer Nights nightly May 26-28, June 2-3, June 9-10, June 16-August 19, August 25-26 & September 1-3, 2012

Best Viewing Spots Around Mission Bay

Even if your not at SeaWorld, you can still enjoy the fireworks from several locations around Mission Bay:


South Shores Park: Just east of SeaWorld San Diego. Includes a large parking lot, large sandy beach with fire rings, and small grassy park with gazebo.


Crown Point Park and Beach: Located at North Mission Bay. The bayside park includes a long, narrow, sandy beach which becomes very wide at the south end.


Tecolote Shores Park: East Mission Bay — A large, spacious grassy park on East Mission Bay, just south of the Hilton Resort. The park has a playground, picnic shelters and tables, barbecue grills, fire rings, park benches, a walking, jogging, and bike path, and a kite flying area.


Ski Beach Park: East side of Vacation Isle — A large spacious grassy area on the park's north side, with a large parking lot, dock and boat launch on the park's south side


Fiesta Island: A spacious, undeveloped, man made island near East Mission Bay. This is a unique place in San Diego. Much of the island's miles of sandy beaches are open to day camping, small boat launches, picnicking and so forth. People can park their cars or RVs on a hard, flat dirt surface just before the sand.


All these areas will be crowded on July 4, so get there early, if you can.