With over 21 feet of snow this season and counting, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is once again priming itself for a long season of skiing and riding. Lovers of snowsports, the outdoors and incredible live music will converge at the 5th annual WinterWonderGrass Tahoe festival, returning to Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows March 29 - 31 and featuring more than 20 bluegrass and roots artists including Greensky Bluegrass, Trampled by Turtles, Leftover Salmon and Sam Bush Band.
In response to the devastation caused by the Butte County Camp Fire in November 2018, WinterWonderGrass announced that $10 from every ticket sold over the month of December would be donated straight back to the communities affected. Thanks to the overwhelming response by festival goers, WinterWonderGrass is pleased to donate over $5,000 to the relief efforts of its local partners, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and Klean Kanteen.
“We have never taken for granted the opportunity to produce a gathering in this unique and pristine environment. When the community struggles, we all struggle, so we’re doing our small part by donating $5,000 to relief efforts split between funds established by our partners Sierra Nevada Brewing and Klean Kanteen, both affected deeply,” shared Scott Stoughton, festival founder. “We thank everyone for their support and look forward to celebrating five magical years in North Lake Tahoe.”
Detailed Festival Weekend Schedule
WinterWonderGrass attendees can now plan out their weekend of live music with the release of the daily schedule.
Each night after the main stage headliner, all festival attendees are invited to head back to the Soapbox for one last set featuring: Pixie and the Partygrass Boys (Friday), Driftwood (Saturday) and WWG All Stars (Sunday).
- Grass After Dark shows will be announced soon.
- Single Day Tickets Now on Sale
- Single day tickets are now on sale starting at $79 and supplies are limited. The best-priced three-day ticket costs $179 and includes all three days of music plus three hours of free beer and cider tastings daily.s
Music, winter sports, craft beer, fresh eats, and family is what makes up the three days of the WinterWonderGrass Festival. With deep roots in Colorado, California and now Vermont, the event has established itself as a leader in the winter lifestyle culture where the quality of experience outweighs the notion of quantity. WinterWonderGrass is an intimate gathering where inspiration and connection sit at its core. Their community is focused on sustainability, local non-profit support, nurturing the next generation and truly backing the arts, where together, they’ve planted the seed for long-term sustainability.