4th of July Celebration
Presented by Comstock Mining Inc.
Fourth of July on the Comstock rocks. Virginia City offers one of the region’s longest firework displays. Echoing off Mt. Davidson for nearly 30 minutes, you'll feel the boom in your bones this Independence Day as the fireworks soar high above the town and into Six Mile Canyon, making it visible from nearly anywhere in town.
The Virginia City Fourth of July Celebration also includes a Fourth of July Parade, a raffle and auction, the Comstock Cowboys Second Amendment Concert. Throughout the day, visitors can stroll the boardwalk, sample sweets, browse the shops and ride the V&T Railroad short line.
Looking for a way to get here? Take the 4th of July Special steam train ride from Carson City to Virginia City. For more information and tickets visit vtrailway.com.
Schedule of Events
12 p.m. – Fourth of July Parade: Parade starts from the south at the Fourth Ward School and is scheduled to last approximately an hour and a half.
6 p.m. – Comstock Cowboys Second Amendment Concert: This fan-favorite, held outdoors in the Delta parking lot next to the Bucket of Blood Saloon, returns for its 16th year.
7 p.m. – Raffle: Tickets are available starting at 9 a.m. at the booth in the center of town near the Virginia City Visitors Center. Prize includes a Thompson Center Hawken 50 caliber muzzle loader.
7:45 p.m. – Comstock Cowboys Second Amendment Concert continues: Held in the Delta parking lot next to the Bucket of Blood Saloon.
After Dark – Fireworks Spectacular at Miner’s Park: Located at Carson and F Streets, bring blankets and picnics to cap off the day’s activities. All drinks, including alcohol, must be in plastic cups.
Virginia City's Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks are funded and made possible by event partners like you. Help keep the tradition going with a donation today. Donate online here.