Fireworks at 9:30 p.m.
Redwood City, CA
Redwood City 4th of July Parade and Celebration. Parade starts at 10 a.m. Festival starts at 9 a.m.
PARADE ROUTE: Starts on Marshall Street at the corner of Winslow Street, and continues on Marshall, Main Street, Middlefield Road, Winslow Street, Broadway, and onto Arguello Street where it ends near Alden Street.
4th of July Parade, Festival in the Heart of Downtown
Redwood City, Plus Fireworks at the Port!
Redwood City, CA - The annual 4th of July Parade by the Peninsula Celebration Association is the premier holiday parade in the region, and the entire community is invited to join the fun right in the heart of Downtown Redwood City! This beloved event brings thousands of excited spectators to see an incredible array of parade participants, floats, and festivities. The parade and festival takes place in Redwood City's Downtown, with its great selection of restaurants, shops, theaters, and more.
Great 4th of July fireworks show is launched from the
Port of Redwood City.
The 4th of July fireworks are launched from the Port of Redwood City!
The fireworks extravaganza starts at approximately 9:30 p.m.
The fireworks can be seen from areas where there is a clear view of the skies above the Port, and can also be seen from high points all over the Peninsula.
For those coming to the Port, early arrival is highly
recommended! This area is mostly private property with very
limited public parking.
Families can also enjoy a special Pancake Breakfast benefiting the Redwood City Firefighters Association at the Downtown Redwood City Fire Station #9 at 755 Marshall Street, and join the 4th of July Parade Run fundraising 5K run/walk, to benefit the Redwood City Education Foundation. Plus, the 4th of July "Go For It!" Car Show and Celebration takes place on the 2600 block of Broadway.
Here's a handy overview schedule:
Pancake Breakfast 8-11 a.m. at Marshall Street Fire Station
Independence Day Festival and Chalk Festival 9 a.m.
covers several blocks in the heart of Downtown Redwood City, starting at 9 am (parts of Broadway, Hamilton, Middlefield, Jefferson, and in Courthouse Square). Filled with arts and crafts, food and beverages, kids' activities, and a whole lot of good old fashioned family fun, the festival is the place to be on the 4th of July! Plus the annual 4th of July carnival, coordinated by the Woodside Terrace Kiwanis Club, will be in the parking lot at Veterans Blvd. and Winslow Street.
Fireworks over Port of Redwood City 9:30 p.m.