JUNE 30th, 2018
Presented by Northland Communications
**More information coming soon!**
Fellowship Camp & Conference Center
Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (Not before, please.)
Live music by The Jake Bartley Band
Spectacular Fireworks display about 9:30 p.m.
Delicious Food & Cold Beverages from these fine vendors:
Cash Only! No Coolers, please.
Please Consider a Donation.
If you like what we are doing for the Lake Greenwood community, please consider making a donation to CLG to assist funding this event. Every dollar helps to make Lights on the Lake great for everyone.
Reminder we require a NO WAKE zone after you leave the event until you pass under one of the bridges.
Sunday, July 2nd
GATES OPEN: 5:00 P.M. (Not before, please.)
PARKING: $5 per car
Live Music and Fireworks show, Free.
Disability Parking Pass:
Contact Sharon Clark at slclark666
Registration: Once you register, You will NOT receive an email about parking pass. We ask you to register to assure we do not oversell land attendance. In event, we fill up, you WILL receive an email that we are full by land.
Thanks to these valued supporters!
Active Family Chiropractic
Lakeside Repair Services
Laurens Electric Cooperative
Grand Harbor Golf & Yacht Club Community
Grand Harbor POA
Abacus Home Inspection
Ron & Sharon Clark
Robert & Marilyn Osterhout
The Lights on the Lake event has grown to become the area’s premier Independence Day fireworks celebration, attracting more than 7000 spectators, boaters and lake home viewers for miles around who marvel at the synchronized explosions and soaring musical tributes.
What We Are All About.
“Bringing friends, family and loved ones together under a blanket of stars, the Lights on the Lake Celebration and Fireworks display, grows even larger, pulling together a grand spectacle where the celebration by land at Fellowship Camp & Conference Center is hosted with food, beverages and live music by the crowd favorite, Jake Bartley Band,” states Jimmy Peden, Connect Lake Greenwood Chairman. He added, “From Camp Fellowship to the open water of Lake Greenwood to the homes along the shore, thousands of spectators will be dazzled by the incredible high-flying effects, colors and shapes igniting the night.”