City Councilman Curren Price Presents One of the Biggest Fireworks Display of Light, Color and Sound in Los Angeles

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Thousands expected at this year’s 4th of July Community Festival

and Fireworks Show at Exposition Park

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — On July 4, Los Angeles City Councilman Curren D. Price, Jr. will host one of the largest and longest firework show in the state—a 30-minute firework spectacle at Exposition Park that includes more than a thousand aerial displays and a tribute to the late singer Prince’s “Purple Rain.”

“It gives me great pleasure to present our community with a top-notch fireworks show in a fun and safe environment where Angelenos of all ages can gather to celebrate the birth of our nation among family, friends and neighbors,” Price said.

The free, family-friendly celebration attracts more than 20,000 Angelenos annually. This year, the community event kicks off on Saturday, July 2 with carnival rides and games from noon-10 p.m. and continues through the 4th of July festivities on Monday, which include live music and entertainment by Radio Free 102.3 KJLH, food trucks, dozens of exhibitors, and much more.

The festivities culminate with what is considered one of the biggest and most attended fireworks show in the Los Angeles region, presented by Pyro Spectaculars.

“We are taking the fireworks display to another level this year by using bigger, more spectacular effects,” said Mike Toskstein, of Pyro Spectaculars. “Families will be treated to special effects that include happy faces with strobing eyes, jellyfish that actually look like jellyfish with tentacles, and ghost shells that appear to illuminate and fade in a wave across the sky.”

Councilman Price reminds Angelenos to leave the fireworks to the professionals and encourages local families to attend a public display. For more information on fireworks safety, please visit the National Fire Protection Association’s website. If you are experiencing any fireworks issues with no fire or injury, please call 1-877-ASK-LAPD. For fire or injury please remember to call 9-1-1 promptly.

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