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Los Angeles residents have a plethora of options every year to see fireworks on Independence Day. One of these stands out from the rest — the Universal Studios Hollywood annual fireworks display.

The popular theme park will light up the sky starting at sunset this July 4th. Guests will have the opportunity to see the fireworks as they experience the attractions the park has to offer. The festivities come at no additional cost to guests in the park.

Along with the display, which will be available to view all over the park, will be a soundtrack that mixes patriotic tunes with Universal-themed music. 

This will be the second July 4th fireworks show for the park, after debuting the attraction in 2019. Universal was closed from March 14, 2020 until April 16, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Though the details of the display have not been disclosed, this video from the 2019 display may give some hints:

More information can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood’s website.