San Diego Fireworks

With mild climates, many miles of beach and lots of exciting entertainment nearby, it’s not hard to believe that San Diego fireworks are a popular past-time among residents and visitors. From kicking back on a blanket under the stars and watching a professional pyrotechnic show to adding a blast of pyrotechnics to your own special event, your spirit and your senses are sure to light up at the sight of San Diego fireworks. Ideas on how to find fireworks to buy, spots to watch fireworks and tips to find out what you can and can’t do regarding fireworks are all outlined below.

San Diego fireworks are all about town; you’ll usually find Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve shows at Balboa Park, the Zoo, La Jolla Cove, Coronado as well as spots in the suburbs. One of the largest fireworks shows in town is called “Big Bay” July 4th Fireworks and offers an illuminating experience of aerial shells fired off over the North San Diego Harbor.  Places like SeaWorld, Legoland, the San Diego Fair, sports stadiums like to cap off a great day with a razzle, dazzle display of fireworks for crowds to “ooh” and “ahh” over.

While professionally done San Diego fireworks are fun to watch, you can also plan and put together your own shindig of sparkles. The one requirement is that you follow the laws of California as well as the local regulations of San Diego – and they are pretty strict. Specifically prohibited fireworks include “firecrackers, skyrockets, rockets, Roman candles, chasers, sparklers over 10-inches or ¼-inch diameter, surprise items, friction items, torpedoes, items resembling food, fireworks containing arsenic, phosphorus, thiocyanates, magnesium, mercury salts, picrates, gallates, chlorates, boron, titanium, zirconium, gunpowder and firework kits. The limited selling period for those San Diego fireworks which are allowable by the state of California is only from June 29th through July 6th of each year. Also, purchasers of San Diego Fireworks must be 16 years of age.

For further information on allowable San Diego fireworks, please contact the State Fire Marshall.

Instead of driving all across California looking for fireworks, it is super easy purchase them from an online web site such as All Spark Fireworks.  Through an Internet store, you can find a large selection of firework items and gear that will make your San Diego fireworks experience memorable. Customers love the large selection and competitive pricing found on online fireworks, but buying online also allows fireworks to be mailed straight to your door. Hurry, a huge assortment of San Diego fireworks is a mere click away!