LOS ANGELES – The LA Galaxy will host their 24th-annual Fourth of July Fireworks Show – the longest-standing Fourth of July fireworks show in all of professional sports – after the match at Dignity Health Sports Park against Toronto FC on Thursday, July 4 at 7:30 p.m. PT (Spectrum SportsNet). Tickets for the match and postgame fireworks show, presented by Alaska Airlines, are available now at www.lagalaxy.com/tickets.
The first 12,500 fans to enter Dignity Health Sports Park on Thursday, July 4 will receive “Buy One, Get One” voucher on trips from Los Angeles International Airport to the following destinations: New York City, Boston, Baltimore, Hawaii and Washington D.C. See discount voucher or visit www.lagalaxy.com/alaskavoucher for complete terms and conditions.
The fireworks show will start 10 minutes after the final whistle. For fans in attendance, there will be a test launch at halftime to ensure good viewpoints of the postgame festivities. The fireworks show will last 10 minutes. Fans will be able to watch the show from various areas throughout Dignity Health Sports Park.
Prior to the match, players will wear patriotic “Americana” adidas warm-up tops. During the pregame ceremony, the Galaxy will display a 150-ft. American flag on field at Dignity Health Sports Park. The stadium will also feature LA Galaxy word marks in red, white and blue.
Fans are also encouraged to purchase the “Americana” adidas warm-up tops benefiting the Hero of the Game initiative via auction by texting GALAXY to 52182 or clicking here for online bidding. The Hero of the Game program honors police, fire, and military personnel and their families during LA Galaxy games throughout the season.
The Galaxy have played at home on July 4 every year since the club’s founding in 1996; it is the longest streak of home games played on the Fourth of July holiday in all professional sports.