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Where to Celebrate the Fourth of July on Oahu!

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Magic Island Fireworks

Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island 

One of the most well-known fireworks shows in the nation. Friends and family can spend all day barbecuing and relaxing by the beach. At 8:30pm the fireworks begin and will surely take your breathe away. Get to the park early to ensure a parking spot, and avoid the large crowds.

Turtle Bay Resort

The fireworks display at Turtle Bay lights up the North Shore of Oahu. Food vendors will populate the area from 2pm-8pm and live music will add to the holiday vibe. Premium event parking will open at 2pm and costs $10. Show starts at 8pm.


Kailua Beach Park

For over 65 years, Kailua Fireworks and Air Show has provided 4th of July entertainment for East Oahu. This year in addition to the fireworks show at 8:15pm, John Bates and the Flying Leathernecks will perform their thrilling stunts, weather permitting. Free shuttles to Kailua Beach will be provided, simply park at any of these locations.                              

 4th of July Spectacular at Schofield Barracks


Schofield Barracks

For the first time in quite some time, the 4th of July Spectacular at Schofield Barracks will be open to the public! This all day event begins at 10am and goes until the fireworks show at 8:30pm. Look forward to enjoying food, drinks, rides, and music at an awesome venue.


Pearl Harbor

Although this event is open to the public, there are entry fees varying with age and date of purchase. Nevertheless, what better place to celebrate the 4th of July, than at one of the world’s most historic military grounds. Food and beverages will be available for purchase, but you can bring your own as well. The fireworks show (shortly after 9pm) will be enhanced by live music and attendees will definitely get what they’re paying for.  

Pearl Harbor Fireworks


All of these shows are open to the public and are sure to be a great time for the entire ohana! Wherever you choose to spend your holiday, stay safe, hydrated and enjoy the show! Click here for more information about 4th of July events in Hawaii!


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