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Rock Out All Weekend this Memorial Day

What better place to spend a holiday weekend than in the beautiful mountains of Seven Springs?




 

Kick-off your start to summer by spending Memorial Day in the Laurel Highlands. From May 24-27, enjoy family fun, live music and fireworks — stay late and start early with the special Memorial Day package.

Start your weekend at the Adventure Center, where you can get ready for adventures such as zipline tours, downhill mountain biking and Segway tours. That evening, enjoy a seafood buffet before you grab a drink and dance the night away.
 


Mud on the Mountain
 

On Saturday, relax by the pool, let your kids get dirty at Mud on the Mountain or head to the carnival for games and treats.
 


Country Legends Tribute Concert
 

Grab a bite to eat at the Farmers’ Buffet before the Country Legends Tribute Concert, a night of hits from three tribute performers playing all of your favorites from Shania Twain, Garth Brooks and the Zac Brown Band. After the concert, Zambelli Fireworks will light up the mountain.
 


 

Enjoy a breakfast with princesses and super heroes or Sunday brunch the next morning before a day full of adventure — or relaxation. Spinning Jenny will perform a free concert for all ages on the festival grounds in the evening.

And while Sunday usually marks the end of a weekend, Memorial Day offers one extra day of fun. Before you head home, join a free fishing derby for kids, party at the pool and have a final adventure.

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