Fourth of July Fireworks Show Over Big Bear Lake Can Be Viewed From Both Shoreline and Boat; Fireworks Display Synchronized to Patriotic Music on KBHR

Fireworks over Big Bear Lake

Fireworks over Big Bear Lake

The annual Fourth of July fireworks show over Big Bear Lake is the must-see event of the summer season and, thanks to contributions from the Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake and countless community sponsors, this year’s extravaganza is expected to be bigger and brighter than ever. The fireworks are launched from a barge off Pine Knot Landing on the lake’s south shore and, says fireworks chairman Skip Suhay, “The fireworks can be viewed from anywhere on the lake, but the best place is at the Rotary BarBQ because the barge is right there. But you can see the fireworks from any place on the shoreline.” The Rotary Club’s annual Fourth of July BarBQ at the Marina Resort is open to the public, though tends to sell out before the big day. Ticket prices range from $20 to $24, based on dinner selection, and are available at the Marina Resort at 40770 Lakeview Drive, as well as Bear City Glass, Shelli’s Hallmark and Sotheby’s Premier Properties. Pine Knot Landing also offers a special fireworks viewing opportunity from aboard the Miss Liberty. The two-hour cruise, which launches at 8pm, is available for $75 per person, which includes appetizers and champagne. To purchase tickets for Saturday’s Miss Liberty cruise, call 909/866-8129. Holloway’s Marina also offers a fireworks cruise; the 7:30pm cruise aboard the Time Bandit pirate ship features a cocktail bar and restrooms. Tickets are $45 each and available by calling 909/866-5706. The Fourth of July fireworks show over Big Bear Lake begins when it’s dark, generally around 9pm—also, be sure to tune to KBHR 93.3 FM as patriotic music will be synchronized to the fireworks display. And, this just in [July 2]: Fireworks chairman Skip Suhay tells KBHR that this year’s fireworks display will, indeed, be the biggest yet; the show will include 3,249 shells in 345 cues.  (That’s a lot of fireworks!)

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The annual Fourth of July fireworks show over Big Bear Lake is the must-see event of the summer season and, thanks to contributions from the Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake and countless community sponsors, this year’s extravaganza is expected to be bigger and brighter than ever. The fireworks are launched from a barge off Pine Knot Landing on the lake’s south shore and, says fireworks chairman Skip Suhay, “The fireworks can be viewed from anywhere on the lake, but the best place is at the Rotary BarBQ because the barge is right there. But you can see the fireworks from any place on the shoreline.” The Rotary Club’s annual Fourth of July BarBQ at the Marina Resort is open to the public, though tends to sell out before the big day. Ticket prices range from $20 to $24, based on dinner selection, and are available at the Marina Resort at 40770 Lakeview Drive, as well as Bear City Glass, Shelli’s Hallmark and Sotheby’s Premier Properties. Pine Knot Landing also offers a special fireworks viewing opportunity from aboard the Miss Liberty. The two-hour cruise, which launches at 8pm, is available for $75 per person, which includes appetizers and champagne. To purchase tickets for Saturday’s Miss Liberty cruise, call 909/866-8129. Holloway’s Marina also offers a fireworks cruise; the 7:30pm cruise aboard the Time Bandit pirate ship features a cocktail bar and restrooms. Tickets are $45 each and available by calling 909/866-5706. The Fourth of July fireworks show over Big Bear Lake begins when it’s dark, generally around 9pm—also, be sure to tune to KBHR 93.3 FM as patriotic music will be synchronized to the fireworks display. And, this just in [July 2]: Fireworks chairman Skip Suhay tells KBHR that this year’s fireworks display will, indeed, be the biggest yet; the show will include 3,249 shells in 345 cues.  (That’s a lot of fireworks!)

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