Seven Reasons to Visit Seven Springs This Summer
There is no snow on the slopes but there is still plenty to do on the mountain.
1. Fireworks & Food Trucks Festival
This summer, Seven Springs presents its newest event — the first ever Fireworks & Food Trucks Festival on June 16. 13 of the best trucks in the region will attend and will be paired with bands playing hits from the ‘70s to today. Finish out the evening with a stroll through the crafters’ tables and three fireworks shows totaling 45 minutes — and maybe hit the after party at the Foggy Goggle.
2. Independence Day Celebration
Enjoy family, fun and fireworks over the Fourth of July weekend. From June 29 through July 3, Seven Springs will host a packed schedule of celebration events. Pack up your family and enjoy a bonfire and S’mores, wagon rides, a Zambelli fireworks show and more, or just relax by the pool with cool drinks and good food.
3. Rib & Wing Festival
On August 3-5, get to Seven Springs for the ultimate backyard barbecue. The ninth annual Rib & Wing Festival offers fare cooked fresh by award-winning ribbers from across the country, live musical entertainment, a beer garden for the adults and crafts and games for the kids.
4. Comedy Night with Jimmy Shubert
On August 18, get to Seven Springs for an evening with award-winning comedian Jimmy Shubert for Comedy Night in the Matterhorn Lounge. Shubert, a Top 10 finalist in the 2014 season of Last Comic Standing, has headlined comedy clubs, casinos and theaters across the country. Opening act and Pittsburgh native Collin Chamberlin joins him for a night of laughs.
The summer is winding to a close and it’s almost time for your kids to go back to school — celebrate at Seven Springs’ Wine Festival from August 24-26. The perfect experience for wine lovers, the festival features complimentary wine sampling from 30 wineries, daily seminars, a variety of crafts and musical entertainment.
6. Jazz Nights at Helen’s
On Thursday nights from now through August 30, Helen’s at Seven Springs transforms into a New Orleans-reminiscent jazz spot. The evenings will be full of live music from performers such as Scott Elliot (pictured), Swing Nova and Jason Kendall and unique cuisine, including grilled watermelon salad, citrus-brined chicken and fried oysters.
7. Mutts on the Mountain at Labor Day
There’s a Mud on the Mountain event for adults, and one for kids — now even your dog can join in on the fun. On September 1, bring your four-legged best friend to Seven Springs for some friendly competition. There’s something there for everyone — a longer course with more obstacles for bigger dogs and their running-inclined humans and a shorter course for smaller dogs and those who don’t want to run the full course.
Check out the full schedule of summer events at Seven Springs here.
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