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fireworks-JbrammerJoin us for Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza, Presented by Keyes Motors

Breathtaking Fireworks!

FREE!

With one of the most spectacular fireworks displays in Southern California, the July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza delights over 60,000 people with a free concert and 15-minute spectacular fireworks display. There are over 20 local restaurants on hand along with arts and crafts vendors and local businesses promoting and selling their goods. The event takes place on July 4th of each year from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Come early!

Parking fees are a donation to Valley Cultural Center and allow us to continue our longstanding tradition of bringing music and the arts to our West Valley.

If you would like to be “seen on the green,” check out our July 4th sponsorship opportunities.

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NEW Safety Guidelines

In continuing efforts to keep you and your family safe, and at the request of the Los Angeles Police Department, Valley Cultural Center, along with the Department of Recreation and Parks, the Los Angeles Fire Department and Councilman, Bob Blumenfield – are implementing additional safety and security measures at this year’s event. One significant change will be securing the park area itself. This year, there will be five designated points of entry. Read full press release, including park access, parking, and LAPD safety and security measures.

Concert Rules

For your comfort, you may bring blankets, low chairs (under 3′ height), tarps and pillows. Canopies, umbrellas or EZ-ups are permitted UNTIL the concert starts. Once the announcements begin, you must take these items down. You may NOT use stakes to keep your blankets in place as they are a safety hazard. There are to be no grills or open flames of any kind in the park. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are permitted and we encourage you to visit our food court on the west end for more options. Please keep animals tethered and respect your neighbors by being mindful of your space and the view of others.

General admission is FREE, but consider the VIP treatment!

SFVSO+conductorAbout the San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra

Since 1984, the San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra has been offering Southern California audiences a yearly series of exceptional performances of classical symphonic masterworks, as well as new compositions. Led by founder and music director James Domine, the orchestra provides a highly respected showcase for top-notch instrumentalists, composers and conductors; and has been featured in hundreds of concerts designed for diverse audiences. The orchestra is a member of the American Symphony Orchestra League and the Association of California Symphony Orchestras. For more information visit www.sfvsymphony.com.

About James Domine

James Domine composer, conductor, director, novelist, poet and playwright is one of the most versatile contemporary artists currently active in the southern California region. Domine is music director and conductor of the San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra, an ensemble that plays a leading role in expanding the musical horizons of Southern California residents. His musical compositions have achieved international recognition and his original plays Tomahawk, Dogs of War, The Singing School and To Protect and Serve have been featured in the Hollywood Fringe Festival in recent years. As music director he has been involved with many musical theater productions in addition to symphonic and popular music performances. As a performer he is equally at home in the classical, jazz, rock and Broadway idioms. For more information visit www.jamesdomine.com.

About the Program – Made in the USA

James Domine will lead the San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra in a July 4th spectacular concert entitled Made in the USA featuring all-American favorites from the Broadway, Jazz and Rock music repertoires in addition to some of the world’s best-loved classical encores.


Presented by

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