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Visiting the Shasta Cascade Region
Northern California’s Shasta Cascade region blends a unique mixture of charming towns and cities, with unbeatable attractions – and when you toss in the phenomenal fall weather, you’re in for what can only be described as an unforgettable experience. Plan your visit to the Shasta Cascades for the fall and make the most of your time across cities like Alturas, Chico, and Redding.
Take in the unmatched views when you explore Lake Almanor, just one of the many outdoor destinations found across the Shasta Cascade region. As one of Chester’s premier sites for anglers, boaters, and lakeside picnickers, Lake Almanor is a must-visit, and you can find it within Lassen National Forest along the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway.
Few destinations in this region will yield the kind of eclectic entertainment quite like Redding. Accessed easily from Interstate 5, Redding and the surrounding area boast an impressive batch of events and festivals this fall. On September 10th, you can check out the very unique Palo Cedro Honey Bee Festival in nearby Palo Cedro at the Chrysalis Charter School.
Fans of blues music are sure to turn up for a huge performance this fall in Redding. Head to the Cascade Theatre on September 22nd for an evening of live music from Big Head Todd and the Monsters – they take the stage at 7:30 p.m. You can make the short drive in from nearby Anderson or Red Bluff.
You won’t want to miss a performance from a true legend and icon in country music. Visit the Cascade Theatre, this time on September 29th, for your chance to see Kris Kristofferson live on stage. See this Highwayman starting at 7:30 p.m.
Plan your stay in Redding for November 5th and check out the 3rd Annual CASA Superhero Run. Make your way to the Redding Civic Auditorium dressed as your favorite comic book hero (or villain) and participate in a worth cause. With proceeds benefitting the CASA of Shasta & Tehama Counties, you’ll find events like the Little Heroes Dash 5K, and post-race kid’s activities.
California's Shasta Cascade Region Hotel Map
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California's Shasta Cascade Region Events
2016 Friday Night Concerts
Every Friday night, the City Plaza in Chico hosts free concerts – featuring everything from blues to salsa to alternative rock. The fun usually begins around 6 p.m.
2016 Annual Dark Sky Festival
A festival held at the Lassen Volcanic National Park that celebrates the park's very uniquely dark night skies. Check out the ranger talks, hikes, presentations, and other festivities held at various times. This event is free.