Come See Us at Li'l Rizzo's Lake Race Weekend!

Lake Race is one of the most anticipated Lake of the Ozarks events of the year! This weekend fans from all across the country will join us here at the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks for the exciting powerboat races. Li'l Rizzo's welcomes you to the Lake and we're offering a special deal to our Lake Race fans!

Lake Race Schedule 

Friday, June 5 
Lake Race Street Party on the Bagnell Dam Strip starting at 6 PM. Open to the public with activities for kids and families. The Patrick Lentz Band from Kansas City starts at 7 PM. Enjoy fireworks at dusk by Brilliant Skies Fireworks.

Saturday, June 6
Let the races begin! There will be more activities for the kids, plus racing from Noon to 3 PM. The first lap followed by opening ceremony starts at 11:30 PM. Listen to KRMS 1150AM, 97.5FM, 104.9FM or for live wall-to-wall coverage, updates on 93.5 ROCKS, watch on Ozarks CW, MyZou, and via live streaming on

Sunday, June 7 
The races continue! Watch or listen live from Noon to 3 PM. The National Anthem will kick off the races at 11:55 AM. Racing concludes at 4 PM with the winners announced and awards given at 5:30 PM.

Lake Race Charities

While racing is exciting and fun, Lake Race brings more to the table than just fast boats, it raises money for charity! This year's Lake Race Charities include:
Look for THIS Ad in the 2015 Race Program!

  • Lake Area Fire Protection Districts
  • Bagnell Dam Strip Bautification Project
  • Coast Guard Auxillary 
  • Knights of Columbus 
  • MO Master Naturalists
  • YMCA 
  • PAWS Place
  • Boy Scouts 

Stop by and see us at either of our Lake of the Ozarks restaurant locations while you're in town for Lake Race 2015! We've got the best Italian food at the Lake of the Ozarks waiting for you. Be sure to pick up your copy of the Official 2015 Lake Race Program and take advantge of our $5 off coupon!

Lake of the Ozarks BEST Italian Food and Sports Bar! 

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