Tahoe Festivals in Bloom This Spring, and Summer, Too!

Tahoe Festivals in Bloom This Spring, and Summer, Too!

Now is the time to make your plans to enjoy all that Lake Tahoe has to offer from our home base at Tahoe Time Plaza office space in Incline Village, NV.   There’s so much going on that we’re dedicating both blogs this month to the special events that are all set to entertain you and yours all summer long.


Made In Tahoe Festival
May 27 – 28, 2017

This a free two-day event in Squaw Valley that brings out the best of the best artistry that is all locally designed and ready for you to purchase while you enjoy great local food, local brews, and local tunes.  For complete details, visit SquawAlpine.com.

Annual Highway 50 Wagon Train
June 3 -10

If your bucket list includes turning back time and taking in some history in a wagon train, stop in your tracks right now and sign up for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure that happens once a year!  You will follow the trail of westbound pioneers by riding in a classic wagon train from Stateline, Nevada, to Placerville, California.  Don’t wait, make it date today for a trip into history this June.

Tahoe City Solstice Festival
June 15 – 18

Celebrate the beginning and best of summer to come at this annual event in the hearty of Tahoe City.  It’s a four-day festival wrapped with a Farmer’s Market, Car Shows, Wine Walk and concerts on the beach.  For a full schedule, click here.

Homewood Fine Arts & Crafts Festival
July 1 – 4; July 21 – 23, August 11 -13

Take a short and scenic drive to the west shore of the Lake and stroll through one of the region’s most popular Arts and Crafts events of the summer.  With more than 50 vendors showcasing their best artistry and delicacies, you’ll leave with more than what you expected – and with good reason!

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
July 8 – August 27

Come celebrate this iconic Tahoe event’s 45th year on the edge of Lake Tahoe at Sand Harbor State Park.  This year’s line-up of the best of The Bard includes “Love’s Labour’s Lost” and the famous “The Hounds of the Baskervilles.”  Be sure to check out their Monday Night Showcase series as well as the Reno Jazz Orchestra, Reno Philharmonic, Sierra Nevada Ballet and other regional super stars perform under the stars all summer long.   For a full list of shows and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare ticket information, click here.