What to Do in Tahoe This July

Looking to fill a couple hours of your day while in Tahoe? With so many offerings in the area, we’ve curated five of the top events this month so you don’t have to. Less researching and more enjoying your time in the area. Enjoy!

Photo: Courtesy of Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
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Photo: Courtesy of Rooftop Terrace

Rooftop Terrace Fourth of July Barbecue

JULY 4

Entry fee of $65 includes access to the Grand Rooftop Terrace, entertainment by the Connor Party Band in a beautiful setting with views of Lake Tahoe. Complimentary barbecue, ice-tea and lemonade. In addition, a full bar is available featuring vodka cocktails and other spirits. 

More Info: Rooftop Terrace Fourth of July Barbecue 

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Photo: Courtesy of The Loft Theatre

Magic Fusion at the Loft Theatre

JULY 4 THRU JULY 31

Featuring award-winning magicians from all around the world, the Loft is now in complete compliance with CDC guidelines to assure guests the upmost safety while enjoying the nightly shows at 7pm and 9pm. Fun for the whole family!

More Info: Magic Fusion at the Loft Theatre

Photo: Courtesy of Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

JULY 17 – AUGUST 22

Imagine your toes in the sand, a fantastic bottle of wine nearby, a gourmet meal and first-class entertainment with your friends and family, all while basking in a perfect Lake Tahoe sunset. The show features three ambitious actors, clad in classic Converse tennis shoes and armed with an outrageous assortment of outerwear and props, cram the Bards entire canon of plays (and sonnets!) into two hours of sheer Elizabethan-esque ecstasy. Perhaps The Today Show captured its spirit best when they said, If you like Shakespeare, youll like this show. If you hate Shakespeare, youll love this show!”

More Info: Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Lake Tahoe Dance Festival 2021
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Lake Tahoe Dance Festival 2021

JULY 27

Come to the Gala Opening Night Celebration where audiences will enjoy the silent auction, food and wine with catered picnic basket. This summer the festival will feature works by Constantine Baecher, Kristina Berger, Erik Wagner, Durante Verzola, Marco Pelle, Jack Blackmon and Jehbreal Jackson. Performances continue through July 30. Tickets are limited due to Covid restrictions.

More Info: Lake Tahoe Dance Festival 2021

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Photo: Courtesy of Heavenly Village Summer Concert Series

Heavenly Village Summer Concert Series

JULY 31

The events, which last through Labor Day, are held every Friday and Saturday (with a Sunday bonus over holidays) and showcase the talents of both regional and national musicians. Apart from being Lake Tahoes largest free summer concert series, what also sets the Heavenly Village events apart from other seasonal entertainment is its family-friendly environment. Concerts are held either between Gunbarrel Tavern and Fire + Ice or in front of Azul Latin Kitchen.

More Info: Heavenly Village Summer Concert Series

Looking for more things to do in the area?

Visit our Tahoe page for more ideas on where to eat, stay and things to do.

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