July 4th Fireworks 2020 Near La Jolla Canceled: See Events Nearby

Susan C. Schena

LA JOLLA, CA — Independence Day events across the country will not look the same this year, thanks to the coronavirus. Many cities and organizations decided to cancel their Fourth of July events, including in San Diego with the cancellation of a live "Big Bay Boom" for 2020. Organizers are planning a virtual event this year. Annual displays also were canceled in Ocean Beach, Mira Mesa and Coronado.

Also, no information was available whether the Bird Rock parade and festival will proceed this year.

But throughout San Diego County, there are some live fireworks displays still set to go on — including in Vista, Poway, Santee and El Cajon. Plus several communites are hosting stay-home, patriotic fun.

Peruse the list to see what's on tap. And stay safe, and have a Happy Fourth of July, from Patch!

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ALPINE:

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CARLSBAD:

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CHULA VISTA:

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CORONADO:

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DEL MAR:

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4S Ranch:

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EL CAJON:

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ENCINITAS:

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ESCONDIDO:

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IMPERIAL BEACH:

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JULIAN:

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LA JOLLA:

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LA MESA:

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MIRA MESA:

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OCEAN BEACH:

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OCEANSIDE:

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POWAY:

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RAMONA:

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RANCHO BERNARDO:

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RANCHO SANTA FE:

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SAN DIEGO:

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SAN MARCOS:

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SAN YSIDRO:

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SANTEE:

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SCRIPPS RANCH:

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UNIVERSITY CITY:

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VISTA:

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Due to the pandemic, counties or cities may adjust or cancel events at the last minute, so double-check with organizers. Know of other events in the area? Post them on the Patch calendar or share details on our free Neighbor Post feature.

Check out this roundup of everything from barbecue essentials to patriotic table decor to be sure your July 4 is the best in the USA.

This article originally appeared on the La Jolla Patch