As if the Long Shutdown weren't enough, don't expect to make it across the Golden Gate Bridge between 9 and 10 p.m. on Sunday night. The bridge will be closed during that hour for an epic fireworks display showcasing the bridge, the bay, and the surrounding national parklands, as part of the Golden Gate Bridge 75th Anniversary happening in the Marina on Sunday.

Additionally, because the organizers are expecting tens of thousands to turn out for the event, they're advising people to not even attempt to drive into the city on Sunday. (You really probably should just walk this weekend.)

If you're hoping to check out the fireworks, cop a squat along the waterfront from Fort Point to east Marina Green for the best vantage point. Or head to the hills above the Marina/Cow Hollow for more stunning views. The soundtrack for the event will be aired live on KFOG 104.5/97.7FM.

The organizers note that the fireworks will not be televised, nor will they be visible from Fisherman’s Wharf/south down the Embarcadero. The fireworks will be visible from PIER 39 if weather permits.

If you need to drive north during that time, consider using the Richmond-San Rafael and Bay Bridges. (Or just walk.)