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All-American 4th of July Celebration and Fireworks Display at The Queen Mary

Multiple Stages with Live Entertainment, Family-Friendly Activities, Arts & Crafts, a Parade, Food, Strolling Performers and More Throughout the Legendary Ship
Let freedom ring and celebrate Independence Day aboard the majestic Queen Mary with a full day of live entertainment, family-friendly activities, delicious food, spectacular drinks from multiple bars, carnival games, and more on Wednesday, July 4 from 2 – 10 p.m.
The red, white and blue celebration is a ship-wide event, culminating with one of SoCal’s top 4th of July fireworks display above one of America’s “shining seas.”
Dubbed SoCal’s best display, The Queen Mary’s 15-minute long firework show will take place at 9 p.m. off the stern of the ship in-sync to patriotic, upbeat music.
Wednesday, July 4, 2017
2 – 10 p.m.
The Queen Mary, 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802
Purchase tickets online at

  • Adult GA is $44 pre-sale, $59 day-of
  • Children GA (4-11) is $24 pre-sale, $39 day of
  • The VIP-Patriot pass is $99 pre-sale and $109 day of; For ages 4+ and includes additional access to Capstan & Britannia Decks, Britannia Salon, Verandah Grill, and premium firework viewing
  • Cabanas & Table Services are available. Please contact

The Hollywood Times has covered many events at The Queen Mary, like The Scottish Festival, The Chill, Dark Harbor and music festivals.  They throw the best events near and on the water of Long Beach.

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