Last week on the Disney Parks Blog, they announced that there would be a special fireworks show at Disneyland on July 1-4. Disney's Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky will combine patriotic music with lots of red, white, and blue fireworks. The show is scheduled for 9:30 p.m. on July 1-4. And over at Disney California Adventure there will be a special Independence Day pre-show for World of Color on those same days.
But the new fireworks show reminded me of a question I've been meaning to ask: What are your favorite places to watch the fireworks? And why? And since Disneyland runs several fireworks shows throughout the year (Remember...Dreams Come True, Magical, Halloween Screams, and Believe in Holiday Magic), please comment on any or all of them.
I don't see the fireworks shows that often - I tend to make my visits early in the day and leave by early evening. I'm not a night owl, so that hour-and-a-half trip home after the fireworks are over is not very appealing. So when I do see the fireworks it's usually because I've made an effort to do so and watch them from someplace on Main Street.
Though quite by accident Lee and I were wandering through Downtown Disney one evening when the fireworks were going, and found that this spot, between Tortilla Jo's and House of Blues, gave us a very good view of most of the show.
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