The “World Of Warcraft” schedule for July has been revealed. It includes details about upcoming “WoW” events such as the Apexis Crystal bonus weekend, the Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking Dungeons bonus weekend and the Fireworks Over Azeroth in-game event. reports that the “World Of Warcraft” events for July will start Friday, with the Apexis Crystal bonus weekend. The "WoW" events for July will last until July 27, which also marks the end of the Battleground Bonus event weekend. Below is the detailed schedule of the “Warcraft” events.

Bonus Weekends

July 3-6 (Apexis Crystal)

July 10-13 (Arena Skirmish)

July 17-20 (Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking Dungeons)

July 24-27 (Battleground Bonus)  

In-Game Events

June 30-July 5 (Midsummer Fire Festival)

"World of Warcraft" players can battle Ahune, the Frost Lord during this time.

Rewards: Satchel of Chilled Goods and Frigid Frostling  

July 4 (Fireworks Over Azeroth)

On the Fourth of July, there will be a fireworks display in the skies over Azeroth's major cities. Aside from the brilliant fireworks in the sky, players will be offered mugs and kegs of beer. Players can get a special buff if they dance with them.

Rocket Launching: Those who want to launch some rockets can visit holiday fireworks vendors in the locations below.


a. Booty Bay

b. Ironforge

c. Orgrimmar

d. Ratchet

e. Stormwind

July 5-12 (Darkmoon Faire Returns)

"WoW" players can get the chance to complete Silas Darkmoon’s new Darkmoon Races. They can use various racing mounts and test their agility and speed during these races. It won't be easy because of the obstacles along the way. There will be numerous achievements and rewards for the winners of the races. Watch out for the big wolf in the woods.

Location: Darkmoon Island


a. Heirloom Gear

b. Mounts

c. Pets

d. Toys

"World of Warcraft" Tournaments

Electronic Sports League (ESL) "WoW" (EU): These tournaments are held Sundays beginning July 5. Click here to visit the ESL Twitch channel.

July 5 (WoW 3on3 Arena Open Cup #4 Europe) at 5 p.m. Central European Summer Time (8 a.m. PDT)

July 12 (WoW 5on5 Warsong Gulch Cup #2 Europe) at 5 p.m. CEST (8 a.m. PDT)

Global Cool Down TV (GCDTV) Tournament: These tournaments are held every every Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m. EDT/6  p.m. PDT/3 a.m. CEST.

Host: DMachine

Cast by: Arena veterans Venruki (three-time BlizzCon competitor), Supatease (restoration/balance Druid) and Breaker (subtlety Rogue). Click here to visit the GCDTV Twitch channel.