Fourth of July events on the South Shore |

Fourth of July events on the South Shore

Tribune staff report
Dylan Silver / Tahoe Daily Tribune

Whether you’re relaxing in a lawn chair under the glow of the fireworks or dancing down at Tep’s Villa Roma during their afterparty, there’s a ton going on in South Lake Tahoe on the Fourth. Below is a list of events that will surely honor our country to the fullest.

Lights on Tahoe South

What: One of the top-rated fireworks shows in United States, South Lake Tahoe will shine under the spectacular pyrotechnics display.

Where: South Shore, Lake Tahoe

When: 9:45 p.m.


Fourth of July Parade

What: Join legions of patriotic Americans, parading down Highway 50, to celebrate our independence.

Where: Begin at Big 5 near the “Y”, end at the American Legion

When: Start at 10 a.m., end by 11 a.m. Jul 4


Fourth of July Celebration Cruise

What: Cruise the lake on the Tahoe Paradise Yacht. Treats and scenery are on the house.

When: July 4

Where: Tahoe Paradise Yacht

Cost: $89-$129

Reservations: 530-543-6191


Fireworks Dinner Dance Cruise

What: Jump on the Tahoe Queen for live entertainment, dinner and, of course, the evening’s fireworks display.

When: Boarding at 7 p.m., July 4

Where: Leave from Ski Run Marina


Fourth of July Celebration

What: Enjoy a buffet and front-row seats to the fireworks at Edgewood’s Fourth of July Celebration

When: 7 p.m., July 4

Where: Edgewood Tahoe


Food, Fun, and Fireworks

What: Featuring some of America’s favorite dishes, Tahoe Beach Retreat and Lodge will host an outdoor dinner and offer guests access to the Timbercove Pier for fireworks viewing.

Where: Tahoe Beach Retreat & Lodge

When: 6:30 p.m., July 4


Waiting for T.I.M. Reunion Show

What: Rock your American face with these all-American rockers. The South Lake Tahoe jam band is getting back together for one night only.

Where: Tep’s Villa Roma, South Lake Tahoe

When: 9 p.m.,

July 4

Cost: $10


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