Must Visit Events In San Diego: July
There is nothing worse than having no plans during the summer. So, we are here to help!
Here is our guide on what to visit during the month of July:
1. Port of San Diego Big Bay Boom!
The Big Bay Boom is Southern California’s largest fireworks show that takes place every year on the 4th of July.
Big Bay Boom promises yet another spectacular view over the San Diego Bay, with an amazing firework show that lasts around 17 minutes.
Fireworks will be fired simultaneously from multiple locations, such as Harbor Island, Shelter Island, Seaport Village, Coronado Ferry Landing, and many more.
Do not miss your chance to celebrate Independence Day with this amazing show and many special occasion celebrations around the town.
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2. Comic-Con International
Comic-Con is one of the largest pop culture events in the United States and a must-see for all comics and pop culture fans.
This event attracts thousands of celebrities, artists, and pop culture fans each year.
This year’s convention takes place at the San Diego Convention Center, making a comeback as a signature summertime event for San Diego.
Visitors will have a unique experience visiting seminars, panels and seeing previews of upcoming feature films. Those who come in costumes can also be part of a costume contest at this event.
Alongside all special events, there will also be an autograph area, as well as an Artist’s alley where your favorite comics can be signed by the artists.
Learn more at: https://www.sandiego.org/explore/events/conferences/comic-con.aspx
3. San Diego Pride Parade
The San Diego Pride Parade which takes place once a year is set on the date of the 16th of July and starts at 10 am. The parade begins at the Hillcrest Pride Flag.
San Diego Pride Parade is one of the largest Prides in the USA, attracting over 300,000 supporters of the LGBTQ+ community.
Join the parade to celebrate Pride as either part of the LGBTQ+ community, or show your support as an ally.
Learn more by visiting: https://sdpride.org/parade/
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