Winter Wonder Grass Lake Tahoe
Palisades Tahoe will kick off the 7th annual WinterWonderGrass Festival from March 31 to April 2nd, 2023. This Alpine celebration features bluegrass music and many beer, wine and food venues.
In addition to craft beer and local wines, festival-goers can also sample whisky and spiked seltzers. This 3 day event celebrates springtime and is held in the Village at the base of the resort. Enjoy music throughout the day with additional music venues under the stars.
WinterWonderGrass holds these events at ski resorts in Colorado, California and Vermont. Nurturing a relationship between nature, authentic music, and communal family, they’ve created a spectacular vehicle for amazing inspiration. They seek to create a platform for artists, vendors, attendees, and our planet to unite as one – connecting the community.
The bluegrass and roots lineup of music includes Greensky Bluegrass and Trampled by Turtles. Also featued is Marcus King, The Main Squeeze and the Lone Bellow. Della Mae, Cris Jacobs Band, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Lindsay Lou & Kyle Tuttle, Tray Wellington Band, The Brothers Comatose, Dead Winter Carpenters, Big Richard, Pickin’ on the Dead will also perform.
The general admission and VIP festival passes include entry for each day of the festival, with complimentary beverage tastings, and a commemorative mug. It is important to note that the Grass At Night events are not included with the passes, and require separate tickets.
You can find out more information about tickets and events on the WinterWonderGrass website.
The Road to WinterWonderGrass
Throughout February and March, there have been many performances on “The Road to WinterWonderGrass.” March 4th, you can see Caltucky at Alibi Incline Public House, and the Broken Compass Band performs on March 18th. The kickoff show is Thursday March 30th with a free concert at the Village Plaza. The Sweet Lillies are an acoustic string band and will get Festival participants in the right spirit for a weekend of great roots music.
Palisades Tahoe, formerly Squaw Valley, is famous for the 1960’s Olympics. Today, it is still home to many of the athletes on the US Ski Team. This year, they opened their gondola, which connects the Alpine Meadows resort to Palisades Tahoe. Hopping on and off a shuttle is no longer required. Both resorts have added upgrades in 2022 that have made riding up to the ski runs much faster.
We’ve had an epic year of snow and more is on the way! Forecasts call for snow through the end of February and into the first week of March. This is a great time to invest in your mountain retreat for years to come. Contact me today for a list of available properties.