Here’s one of the past year’s fireworks show with 2 different views, up close, where you hear me with the crowd counting down to the fireworks kick-off, to another distant view in the park, below!
another one of the past year’s Warner Park, Woodland Hills fireworks show that someone captured on the cell phone! They’re quite a ways back in the park, but you can still hear the music in the background that the fireworks are coordinated with for a spectacular show!
Every year for the past 3 decades, I’ve been honored to be host for the West San Fernando Valley’s biggest free entertainment show and fireworks display! It started out at Pierce College, and when Pierce College could no longer be the site, former L.A. City Councilman Dennis Zine got together with Jim Kinsey, CEO, President & Director of Development for the Valley Cultural Center, who welcomed us to Warner Park where it’s been for well over a decade! This is what it looks like just before the show starts at 6 p.m., and by the time darkness sets in, the park is packed with over 50,000 spectators!
Congressman Brad Sherman, on the left, always back in town to salute the event, and in 2008, he surprised me with an American flag flown over our nation’s Capitol, a gift I really cherish, and on the right, former L.A. City Councilman Dennis Zine, who helped us move from Pierce College & continue the tradition of a great night of fun & fireworks! There’s plenty of food with all the vendors, lots of things to see & buy, and fantastic entertainment for the 3 hours leading up to the 9 o’clock fireworks! Come join us! Click on this link for directions to the park in Woodland Hills, CA in the San Fernando Valley!