After the COVID-19 pandemic postponed or changed the July 4 fireworks display for the past two years, Culver City residents were excited for the Culver City fireworks display on Sunday.
Many of the people hanging out for the fireworks at West LA College spent last year’s vacation at home.
“It’s refreshing, you know, it’s great to be outside again and to be with people and other people,” Jorge Pirel told CBSLA reporter Lauren Pozen.
With many 4th of July events suspended over the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, visitors took full advantage of what the 52nd Annual Culver City Fireworks and Family Picnic had to offer. to offer.
In addition to the fireworks which started in the evening, the families present were able to enjoy the food
“We just had our faces painted here at this booth. We were watching the food,” Samantha Campo said.
A wide range of food trucks gave visitors plenty of options to satisfy their sweet tooth.
But the one thing that brought people to West LA College on the eve of July 4 was of course pyrotechnics.
“I love fireworks. I’m a big fan of fireworks,” Jonathan Waters told Pozen.
Her mother told CBSLA that the event was much better than what her family did last year.
“We were in the house and we were watching the 4th of July over our back wall,” Britney Waters said.
For a list of fireworks taking place in Southland on the 4th of July,