Huntington Beach will celebrate the Fourth of July with its 108th annual parade Wednesday.
According to the event's website, approximately 2,000 people will gather for a day full of entertainment.
A pancake breakfast, presented by the Kiwanis, will kick off the event at 6:30 a.m. at Lake Park, followed by the Surf City 5K run and Fitness Expo at Worthy Park at 7 a.m.
The parade will start at 10 a.m., when more than 200 floats will travel from Eighth Street down Pacific Coast Highway, make a left at Main Street, then proceed up the street before ending just after Yorktown Avenue. The parade is expected to end around noon.
This year, the parade's grand marshal is Patrick Warburton, best known for his roles on "Seinfeld," "Family Guy" and the upcoming motion picture "Ted." Other guests will include Jake Short (the Disney Channel's "A.N.T. Farm"); Tim Conway Jr. (KFI AM 640); Gary Bryan (K-EARTH 101); Peter "PT" Townend (professional surfing world champion); and Darrell and Brandon Sheets ("Storage Wars").