Here's where you can watch fireworks in San Diego on the 4th of July

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Firework shows are back in San Diego this 4th of July! Here's where you can see them around the county.

Big Bay Boom: This is San Diego's largest display of fireworks! The fireworks will be shot simultaneously from Shelter Island, Harbor Island, North Embarcadero, Marina District, and Coronado Ferry Landing at 9pm.

Carlsbad: Legoland California Resort's Red, White & Boom at 8:30pm

Camp Pendleton: Del Mar Beach at Camp Pendleton. The annual Camp Pendleton Beach Bash goes from 6am to 10pm. Catch the fireworks at 9pm there.

Chula Vista 4th Fest: Check out the fireworks from the US Olympic Training Center at 2800 Olympic Parkway in Chula Vista. Bring your chairs, and blankets to enjoy the free show. Fireworks start at 9pm.

Coronado: The 4th of July festivities are back in Coronado this year. Catch the parade on July 3rd, then watch the fireworks over Glorietta Bay at 9pm on July 4th.

Del Mar: The San Diego County Fair's fireworks show is back at 9pm

El Cajon: Kennedy Park's celebration starts at 1pm with the fireworks at 9pm.

Escondido: Grape Day Park at 9pm. 340 North Escondido Blvd

Mira Mesa: Mira Mesa Community Park will be hosting a fireworks show at 9pm.

Oceanside: Celebrate the city's 133rd anniversary with a special fireworks show happening on July 3rd at 9pm.

Poway: Fireworks will be from Poway High School at 9pm. Check out the celebration at Old Poway Park from 10am to 4pm beforehand.

Rancho Bernardo: This year's show will be from the Bernardo Heights Middle School Athletic field at 9pm.

San Marcos: Catch the fireworks at Bradley Park . Show time: 9pm.

Santee: Santee Salutes is back this year. The festivities happen over at Town Center Community Park at 6:30pm with the fireworks show at 9pm.

Temecula: See the fireworks at Ronald Regan Sports Park at 9pm.

Vista: Fireworks can be seen at Moonlight Amphitheatre in Brengle Terrace Park at 9pm.

Have a happy and safe 4th of July!