Fireworks on July 3
Spend the day in the mountains and celebrate Independence Day at Seven Springs with great family adventures, live music and a spectacular fireworks show on Sunday, July 3 at 9:30 p.m.
- 7 – 11 a.m. | Start the day off right with our delicious Breakfast Buffet, located at the Slopeside Dining Room
- 11 a.m. | Ticket Sales open for Summer Adventure! Get your tickets for the Alpine Slide, Trampoline Thing, Tahoe Lake Activities and more at the Ticket Sales Desk, located in the Skier Services Building, or at the Alpine Slide Window. Upgrade your adventure to an All-Day Adventure Pass for unlimited fun on 10+ activities!
- 11 a.m. | Check out the Foggy Goggle Axe House and challenge your family and friends to see who is the axe throwing master!
- Lunch & Dinner | When you are getting hungry, stop by one of our dining outlets for a sandwich, entree or even an ice-cold beverage! Visit the Bavarian Lounge, Foggy Goggle, Mountain Pizza, Slopeside, Helen’s and more!
- 8 – 11:30 p.m. | The Foggy Goggle Concert Series continues tonight with live music from Jeff Jimerson and Airborne, outside on the stage next to Emo’s Pit.
- 9:30 p.m. | Fireworks light up the mountain! The best vantage points are from the grass area below the Bavarian Beach Pool and the area around the Foggy Goggle and Emo’s Pit!
About Jeff Jimerson and Airborne
Jeff Jimerson and Airborne are a talented group of musicians who have been a staple in the Pittsburgh area for a long time, play Top 40 and rock tunes ranging from the 70’s through the 90’s. Their front man, Jeff Jimerson, is regarded as one of Pittsburgh’s finest vocalists. He is often heard singing the National Anthem for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Steelers, and Pirates, and has appeared on many local compilation CDs. Jeff is a frequent guest at seasonal fundraising events such as WTAE-TV’s Bundle-Up Project and KDKA-TV’s Children’s Hospital Gala, along with performing at charity events for radio stations 3WS and WDVE. His voice can be heard on many radio and television commercials; and in 1997 he appeared in the movie “Sudden Death” starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.