All Day (Saturday)
Each July 4, Virginia City celebrates our country with a parade, concert and fireworks show. This year in consideration of Governor Sisolak’s guidelines in response to the pandemic, Virginia City
Each July 4, Virginia City celebrates our country with a parade, concert and fireworks show. This year in consideration of Governor Sisolak’s guidelines in response to the pandemic, Virginia City is making modifications to the day’s activities while strongly encouraging patrons to celebrate responsibly.
A cruise will take the place of the traditional parade. While no one will be allowed to congregate along the boardwalk, everyone is encouraged to drive through Virginia City and participate in the cruise. The cruise runs from 12 to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 4. Cruise participant line-up starts at the Fourth Ward School, located at the junction of U.S. Routes 342 and 341 at C Street, starting at 11 a.m. Registration is not required but red, white and blue vehicle decorations are encouraged. No walking groups, animal groups or passing out of candy will be allowed. Spectators will be asked not to congregate along the boardwalk and those that do will be asked to follow social distancing guidelines. ATV/OHVs are allowed to participate during the cruise hour only.
Storey County has determined that it is in the best interest of our community, including residents and businesses, to cancel the Fourth of July fireworks scheduled for Saturday, July 4. The decision was based on many factors including escalating COVID-19 cases, potential threats to communities, fire-prone conditions, cancellation of other like events.
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