Sonora CA hotels: Exciting July Events and Festivities in Sonora CA!

 Don’t miss any of our exciting July events in Sonora CA! Visit our Sonora CA hotel and enjoy the festivities with the whole family! From Parades to Music Festivals, spending summer nights in our hotels in Sonora CA will be unforgettable! Book your next stay today!

 

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Come celebrate freedom in the Motherlode this July! Our Sonora CA Hotels sits at the heart of a vacation land that has memorable experiences and adventures abound that are perfect for you, your family, and your friends! Check out the great opportunities offered this summer!

Come watch the production at Sonora Repertory Theater is Pump Boys and Dinettes.

Running from June 13 to July 27, come watch the ‘Pump Boys’ sell high octane on Highway 57 in Grand Ole Opry country and the ‘Dinettes’, run the Double Cupp diner next door. Together they fashion an evening of country western songs that received unanimous raves from critics and audiences across the country, on and off-Broadway. With heartbreak and hilarity, they perform on guitars, piano, bass and, yes, kitchen utensils. (Rated PG) Visit www.sierrarep.org for more information, including show times and to purchase tickets.

Every Wednesday July 17th to August 27th spend some time with family and friends at Railtown 1897 while you ride, tour, and experience steam trains, authentic railroad facilities, live music, and Hollywood film and television heritage – things uniquely American! – See more at: www.railtown1897.org

 

Exciting July Events in Sonora California!

July 3rd

  • Pinecrest, California does it again! The summer showing of “Earth to Echo” is playing at Pinecrest Theater. Finish up a day at lovely Pinecrest Lake with a show. Starts at 8:30pm, tickets $6.50 per a person and children under 3 are free.

    Celebrate Independence Day in the Sierra Nevada foothills! Tuolumne County offers an abundance of outdoor recreational activities, fun at two casinos, and much more. Check out these local events going on this Fourth of July weekend!

July 4th

  • “Parade with a Harte” in Twain Harte, California is great way to kick off the 4th of July. This event is fun for the whole family. Fun activities start at 9am, including slip-n-slide water slide and bounce house. The 4th of July parade begins 11:30, so pull up a chair and enjoy the show with lunch!
  • Pinecrest, California presents “How to Train your Dragon 2” at Pinecrest Theater. There is no better place to spend Independence Day than on this beautiful lake. Enjoy the showing of this summer flick at 8:30pm; tickets are $6.50 per a person, children under 3 are free.
  • Columbia State Park presents Glorious 4th of July Celebration. Celebrate Independence Day the old fashioned way! Join in awesome fun such as races, bucket brigade, greased pole climbing, watermelon eating contests and more! A parade at noon that anyone can join, and an Independence Day BBQ at 2:00 pm is enough to top off this exciting event and make it a memory the family can enjoy in the years to come.
  • Railtown 1879 State Historic Park calls all aboard for the 4th of July holiday! Come out to Railtown and take a memorable excursion train ride along the famous “movie railroad.” Live music, tours, and bring lunch to enjoy a picnic on the lawns. For more information visit: www.railtown1897.org/

July 5th

  • Independence Day Celebration at Ironstone Vineyards featuring Uplands Drive and Shane Dwight. This is fun for the whole family! Come enjoy wine, food, bounce houses, jugglers and fireworks! Gates open at 4:30pm. Call for Pricing. 209-728-1251
  • Railtown 1879 State Historic Park calls all aboard for the 4th of July holiday! Come out to Railtown and take a memorable excursion train ride along the famous “movie railroad.” Live music, tours, and bring lunch to enjoy a picnic on the lawns.
  • Pinecrest, California presents “Maleficent” at Pinecrest Theater. There is no better place to spend Independence Day Weekend than on this beautiful lake. Enjoy the showing of this summer flick at 8:30pm; tickets are $6.50 per a person, children under 3 are free.
  • Courtyard Music Series in Groveland presents music of Yosemite from the 1800’s to the 1940’s. This is a triple celebration of the Yosemite Grant Act, Independence Day, and the 100th birthday of the Queen Anne Annex of the Groveland Hotel.

July 10th to July 13th

  • 77th Annual Mother Lode Fair presents a carnival, live entertainment, music, destruction derby, agricultural displays and much more! Come experience a gold country tradition at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds. For more information visit: http://motherlodefair.org

July 11th to August 31st

  • “The Sound of Music” in Columbia at the Historic Fallon House Theater is a must see this summer! Rejoice in “The Sound of Music”. Very possibly the most glorious musical ever created. Based on the true story of the Von Trapp family in Austria, this show has it all – an irrepressible heroine who finds her calling, lonely children who find a mother, an aloof Naval officer who finds a wife, and a united family who find courage in one another as they escape the approaching evil of the Third Reich. This classic musical features the beloved songs “My Favorite Things”, “Do-Re-Mi”, “Climb Every Mountain”, and “Edelweiss” Visit www.sierrarep.org for more information, including show times and to purchase tickets.

July 11th to August 10st

  • Stage 3 presents “Accomplice” by Rupert Holmes. Come see this thriller with more twists than a bag of pretzels! Wanna know more? Come see the whole story for yourself in Sonora at Stage 3. For more information visit: http://www.stage3.org

July 11th

  • Enjoy a fun filled day of golfing at the Annual Vietnam Veterans Gold Tournament at Mountain Springs Golf Course. Contests, prizes, awards dinner at Banny’s Cafe! Entry fee is $95 Extra dinner tickets available.
  • Twain Harte Movies in the Pines at Eproson Park presenting a showing of “Despicable Me 2” at 8:30pm. Good summer fun for the family! Enjoy a fun family film surrounded by the beautiful natural landscape of the Sierra Nevada foothills!

July 18th

  • Twain Harte Movies in the Pines at Eproson Park presenting a showing of “Despicable Me 2” at 8:30pm. Good summer fun for the family! Enjoy a fun family film surrounded by the beautiful natural landscape of the Sierra Nevada foothills!

July 19th

  • Twain Harte Concerts in the Pines! Mitch Ballard plays country rock from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the natural beauty of Eproson Park in Twain Harte, CA. Come enjoy the beautiful trails and lakes of the Sierra Nevada Foothills and end the day here in the park with music and friends.
  • Friends of Columbia present Columbia’s Annual Big Band Street Dance! From 6:00pm to 10:00pm come jump, jive, and wail in the streets to the music styling of Rod Harris and the Kicks and the Big Band Orchestra. There are prizes available for the best dancers and the best 40’s costumes. For more information call 209-588-0595

July 25th to August 10th

  • Come out to beautiful Bear Valley for the Bear Valley Music Festival! A fantastic line up of fabulous music awaits. See the entire schedule, buy tickets, and find more information at: www.bearvalleymusicfestival.org

July 26th

  • The 2nd annual Rods to Rails at Railtown 1879 State Historic Park. Hot rods take over the streets of Jamestown, California for this event. Classic cars are put on display on the Railtown lawns. Trains are running and tours are available. For more information visit: www.railtown1897.org
  • Groveland presents The Legends of Rock Review at the Groveland Hotel. This event features the music of Roy Orbison, Elvis, Ricky Nelson, The Big Bopper, Dion and the Belmonts, Buddy Holly, and more of your favorites from the era. Taking inspiration from the “Million Dollar Quartet” show in Las Vegas, the performers start the show as individuals, then come together for the second half in a harmonious blend of sound. Tickets are $22.00. Dinner starts at 5:30pm and the show begins at 8:00pm. So come on out and enjoy the music with all your friends at the Groveland Hotel in Groveland, California. For more information visit: http://www.groveland.com
  • Twain Harte Concerts in the Pines! Homegrown plays rock/dance music from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the natural beauty of Eproson Park in Twain Harte, CA. Come enjoy the beautiful trails and lakes of the Sierra Nevada Foothills and end the day here in the park with music and friends and dancing.
  • Spend the night Under the Stars at Twisted Oak Winery featuring Chris Webster and Nina Gerber in Vallecito, California. Spend a magical evening listening to soulful ballads, jazzy tunes, and sweet folk music.

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Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks and Conference Center | 19551 Hess Avenue, Sonora, CA 95370 | (209) 533-4400
INNS of California | 350 S. Washington Street, Sonora, CA 95370 | (209) 532-3633*Subject to availability

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