Annual Labor Day fireworks show to light up the sky Sunday |

Annual Labor Day fireworks show to light up the sky Sunday

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE – Fireworks will illuminate the sky at approximately 8:30 p.m. Sunday. The fireworks will be visible throughout town, with popular vantage points at Edgewood Golf Course, Regan and Nevada beaches and upon the Tahoe Queen and M.S. Dixie paddlewheelers. El Dorado Beach will be closed for construction for the next 12 months.

A simultaneous broadcast to music will be featured on local stations KRLT-FM 93.9 and KOWL-AM 1490. The fireworks will be launched from three offshore barges.

MontBleu is offering passes to a Labor Day fireworks private beach party at Edgewood, which will include beach front seating, dinner, two drinks and transportation to and from the beach. Tickets are $75 for adults and $35 for kids 10 and under. For information and tickets, visit or 775-588-3515.

Other upcoming events include:

– The inaugural Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week, Sept. 5-12, offers pre-fixe menus for $20, $30 and $40 at 29 restaurants around the lake. Participating South Shore restaurants include 19 Kitchen Bar, Apres Wine Company, Beacon Bar & Grill, Chart House, Ciera Steak + Chop House, Edgewood Restaurant, Fresh Ketch Restaurant, Friday’s Station, Gi Fu Loh, Latin Soul and the Sage Room. For information, visit

– The eighth annual Tour de Tahoe Bike Big Blue, Sept. 12, will have participants circumnavigating the lake.

– The Aflac Iron Girl Triathlon, Sept.19, includes a 400-meter swim, a 240-kilometer bike to Cave Rock with return to the casino corridor, and a 5-kilometer run.

– Run, walk, swim, paddle, peddle or golf during one of the many Lake Tahoe Marathon events, Sept. 22-26. All of the runs are point-to-point and scenic from start to finish. Both the half and full marathons are along the west shore of Lake Tahoe and feature challenging hills near Emerald Bay.

For more information about South Shore events, call 1-800-AT-TAHOE (1-800-288-2463) or visit

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