SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – Celebrations begin early in South Bay, giving San Diegans the chance to enjoy carnivals and fireworks beginning June 29 in National City and July 1 in San Ysidro:
4th of July Carnival
Location: Kimball Park
June 29- July 4; 5 – 11 pm weekdays; 1- 11 pm weekends
Celebrate all week at the National City 4th of July Carnival. Festivities begin at 5 pm on June 29 and continue through the 4th of July. Games, rides, food and drinks will be available for purchase. Discounts for games and rides are offered throughout the carnival. On June 30, the carnival will host the Miss National City Pageant. It will all conclude with a fireworks show at 9 pm on July 4.
San Ysidro Independence Day
Location: Larson Athletic Field
July 1, 11 am – 9:15 pm
The free celebration includes a DJ, live band music, soccer exhibitions, games, and activities for the entire family. A 15-minute firework display will begin at 9 pm.
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