On Saturday June 16th, Seven Springs Mountain Resort will be bringing us their first ever Fireworks & Food Trucks Festival, promising to be the short getaway we need to recharge after such a long winter. They’ll have us covered with great food, music, and more — so grab your friends and mark your calendar for this don’t-miss festival!
1. Food Trucks Galore
2. A Wild Pyrotechnics Show
If you’ve seen the fireworks shows Seven Springs has put on in the past, you know they go all out – and they’re promising that this one will be the biggest and longest display they’ve ever produced – a full 35 minutes.
3. Two Stages of Live Music
4. After Party at Foggy Goggle
Just because the festival end at 10:30pm doesn’t mean your night has to. Kick back and unwind after a day of eating and playing, and enjoy some of the best craft beers and specialty cocktails in the region.
5. Amazing Scenery
You deserve a weekend away, and nothing recharges the spirit like some outdoor perspective. Backpacking through Europe might not be in the cards for you right now, but that doesn’t mean a day or two outside and out-of-town won’t do you a world of good.
6. Vendors on vendors
It wouldn’t be a proper festival without local makers and artists showcasing their unique talents and handmade goods.
7. Overnight options
Overnight packages start at around 100 bucks per person and include festival admission, lodging, breakfast, and will have you feeling refreshed and ready to take on summer ’18.
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When: Saturday June 16th; 3pm – 10:30pm
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