South Lake Tahoe is gearing up for a fun filled Labor Day Weekend.
After a hailstorm on Monday the weather is supposed to be gorgeous and there is a lot going on, here are just a few ideas.
Sunday from 12-5:00pm Sample local restaurants paired with regional wineries at the 5th Annual Sample The Sierra http://www.samplethesierra.com/
Saturday 10:00am the Great Tahoe Stern Wheeler Race http://tahoesouth.com/events/details/6524/the_great_lake_tahoe_sternwheeler_race_1
Thursday August 28th Live at Lakeview at Lakeview Commons, free music on the beach, this week presenting Rocker-T http://liveatlakeview.com/
Friday and Saturday night The Eagles at Harvey’s outdoor concert arena http://www.harveystahoe.com/shows/eagles.html
Labor Day Weekend Firworks Extravaganza August 31, 2014 at 8:30pm http://tahoesouth.com/events/details/6195/labor_day_weekend_fireworks_extravaganza
Good news for those of you that love to celebrate the 4th of July in South Lake Tahoe. The fireworks show will go on this summer. A settlement of a lawsuit that threatened to cancel the show was reached. The proposed permit terms include increased clean up measures and a hot line so home owners and guests can report debris. Pinnacle Lake Tahoe Getaways is glad a compromise was reached that will benefit all, the fantastic 4th of July fireworks show will go on and the lake and beach cleanup process will be improved. Cabins, condos and gorgeous Tahoe homes are still available for the 4th of July so please call or email to book your Tahoe getaway this summer. www.laketahoegetaways.com 866-407-0245 Proposed Fireworks permit conditions • Whenever possible, consider using alternative fireworks that minimize or eliminate plastic components and replace perchlorate with other oxidizers and propellants that burn cleaner and produce less smoke. • During shows, monitor wind, lake current direction and fireworks trajectories to focus debris cleanup efforts. • Following an all-clear signal after the show, start surface debris cleanup with a boat crew using rakes or nets. This shall involve multiple rotations in fallout areas and continue until remaining debris is minimal or for at least two hours. • The following day, a boat crew will resume surface debris search and cleanup, traveling 50 to 100 feet offshore at slow speeds. Cleanup efforts will continue until the amount of observable debris is minimal or for at least four hours. • A dive crew will start underwater debris search and cleanup the day after the show. Divers will cover the debris field working outward from where the fireworks barges were anchored. • Fireworks sponsor will assemble crews to patrol the Nevada shoreline by foot from Nevada Beach to Marla Bay to remove any fireworks debris. Daily searches will be done for at least five days following a show and continued until no more debris is found. If debris is reported in other areas, cleanup crews will respond. • Fireworks sponsor will set up, publicize and monitor a telephone, email and website hotline for people to report fireworks debris. The hotline will remain in effect for at least three months after a show and the sponsor will respond by the next business day as weather conditions allow. • Fireworks sponsor will prepare a written log for all search and cleanup efforts. A final log will be prepared within 12 days of the end of cleanup efforts and be turned over to the Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and Nevada Department of Environmental Protection.
SnowGlobe Music Festival brought more than 30,000 people to the shores of South Lake Tahoe last New Year’s weekend (2011), to share in their love of music, over the course of three epic nights. The Lake Tahoe festival, now in its second year, will feature a range of electronic, hip-hop and rock acts. Chromeo, Beats Antique, Polica, Flosstradamus, Deadmau5 and Wiz Khalifa will be among the artists performing, with SnowGlobe set to be held from December 29-31 at the Lake Tahoe Community College campus in South Lake Tahoe, CA. The Lake Tahoe Community College is located near the intersection of Lake Tahoe Blvd./ Highway 50 and Al Tahoe Blvd. SnowGlobe will be offering a shuttle service all weekend to and from designated parking locations throughout South Lake Tahoe, to ensure everyone has a safe and environmentally sound New Year’s Eve weekend.
The SnowGlobe Music Festival offers a unique concert experience by combining music and mountains to create an unstoppable force of fun this New Year’s Eve. The vibrant and unique landscape of South Lake Tahoe is the perfect setting for the adventure-driven festival. With almost 9,000 acres of skiing and snowboarding terrain, festival goers can hit the slopes by day and shows by night; and with the festival grounds located just three miles from Stateline, NV, gamers can take advantage of the five 24-hour casinos that Tahoe has to offer.
The fest, minutes from Tahoe’s range of ski slopes, will also feature food, art and winter sports. Spend this New Year’s Eve in gorgeous Lake Tahoe surrounded by picturesque mountains and great music at SnowGlobe!
They welcome people of all ages at SnowGlobe Music Festival! In fact, children 10 and under who are accompanied by a parent or guardian receive free admission to the festival. Click here to purchase your tickets. And hurry up before they’re all sold out!
For more detailed information about the SnowGlobe Music Festival please visit their official website http://www.snowglobemusicfestival.com/
See the full lineup below:
Nobody Beats the Drum
Up Until Now
Clicks and Whistles
Halloween Events in South Lake Tahoe – Pinnacle Lake Tahoe Getaways
South Lake Tahoe is a great place to celebrate Halloween. Check out all the events we’re having during this spooky holiday and pick your favorites.
When: October 26th at 6pm
Where: South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center – 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
The South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center is putting on a Kids Night Out Pre-Halloween Dress-up Party. The Oct. 26 6pm event is for grades 1-8. The $25 fee includes swimming, pizza, movie, games, crafts, dress-up competition, decorations, face painting, candy, and more. Prizes will be given for most realistic, most creative, and scariest costumes. Call (530) 542.6056 to register. Space is limited.
When: October 28th from 12:30pm to 5:30pm
Where: Horizon Casino Resort – 50 US Hwy 50, Stateline NV 89449
Free Admission. Tahoe’s “Only” Haunted Maze, “Free” Costume Contest. 0-12 Years Old. Amazing Prizes for each age group: Electronics, Toys Games, …and More. Free Shows: Featuring MAGIC with Alex Ramon, and Cooley Jackson performing Thriller and Ghost.
When: October 31st from 4pm to 8pm
Where: Timber Cove Lodge – 3411 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe CA
A safe trick-or-treat environment for local children this year! All sponsors will have space at the event to get festive, make kids happy by handing out candy, and meet new people! Great events like:*Magician Alex Ramon from Illusion Fusion, *“Live music” from Jesse Kalin, *Children Photo’s available by Photographer Rachel Lomeli, *1200 Free Tickets to be given out to Children by the Tahoe Queen and M.S. Dixie, *Bounce Houses from the Boys and Girls Club, *Tumbleweed Gymnastics, *Face Painters, *Balloon Guy to make your little boy or girl something special!
When: October 20th at 8pm
Where: The American Legion Hall – 2748 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe CA
Presented by Lauren and Buddy. Featuring Dad’s LPs and post band DJ set by Lake Tahoe DJ Ryan Palmer. Please bring $5 to tip the band. Wear a mask, bring your friends! Photobooth. Cash only bar.
When: October 29th
Where: Mo’s Place – 3600 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe CA
Featuring: $2 Drinks 8pm to 9pm, $3 Specials All Night, $500 Cash Costume Contest (Creative, Sexy, Original)
When: October 26th and 27th at 10pm
Where: Valhalla Boathouse Theater – Hwy 89 past Camp Richardson, South Lake Tahoe CA
Exclusive showing of Rocky Horror Picture Show and get time-warped back to Transylvania! You can be the first to experience “Valhalloween”…not a night for the meek and mild. Shiver with antici-(say it!)-pation! It’s coming to Valhalla, the one and only, the original Rocky Horror Picture Show on the large movie-style screen inside the Boathouse Theater. So grab your fishnets, your feather boas, and your friends and reserve your tickets now. No need to rummage around for the goodies to toss during the movie. It’s all included in one low price of $15*! Doors will open at 9:30, costume contest each night at 10:00, and then at 11:00 it’s time to let loose! No outside props, bags, backpacks, food or drinks will be allowed. This event is not recommended for children.
When: October 27th at 8pm
Where: MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa – 55 Hwy 50, Stateline NV
Partygoers will find all the flair, farce, crack-ups and contests that give the Freaker’s Ball its attitude. This year MontBleu will unleash new venues including The Haunted Zone and Party Pit to add to the already outrageous lineup of exotic go-go dancers, spooked-out decor, freakish cocktail concoctions and the funky fashion costume contest with a $10,000 purse. Tickets: $25 Advance / $30 Day Of (plus tax/fees). Doors open at 8:00pm – Must be 21+.
When: October 31st
Where: Opal Ultra Lounge at MontBleu Casino & Spa – 55 Hwy 50, Stateline NV
No cover, drink specials, $500 costume contest: cash and prizes!
When: October 31st
Where: Vex Nightclub inside Harrah’s Casino – 15 Hwy 50, Stateline NV
Costume Contest, Prizes and Specials. Anyone in costume FREE. Death defying aerial shows and lots of drink specials & giveaways.
When: October 31st at 9pm
Where: Cabo Wabo Cantina inside Harvey’s Casino – 18 US Highway 50, Stateline NV
No cover charge, $1,000 in cash and prizes, DJ D.Rek. Scary drink specials.
Lake Tahoe Oktoberfest 2012
Oktoberfest – October 6-7, 2012 at the Camp Richardson Resort. Fun and laughs for the whole family. A local’s favorite, this festival features great food, music, family games & activities, and the famous Beer and Wine Garden.
- German Food & Desserts
- Craft Booths
- Beer & Wine Garden
- Live Music featuring the “Gruber Family Band”
- Pumpkin Patch
- Bouncy Castle
- Face Painting
- Costume Contest for you & your dog
The annual festival will offer two full days of family fun, great food and hand-crafted items. Admission and Parking are free. Kids – big or small – can search for the perfect pumpkin at the festival’s pumpkin patch. The entire family will enjoy events especially geared to children, including games for all age groups, from the Bouncy Castle, to face painting. Adults can enjoy the Beer and Wine Garden, offering a variety of great beer and wines. Guests will also find the best of German cuisine, bockwurst, knackwurst, bratwurst, polish dogs as well as traditional German desserts.