Ready for the winter? November and early December are perfect months to visit Tahoe South, as there is an abundance of merriment with winter events celebrating snow, adventure, music and family fun. Even if you’re not racing down the slopes on your skis or snowboard, Tahoe South has you covered for entertainment during the chilly months ahead!
Sierra-at-Tahoe is hosting the annual Sierra Snowball Fight: A Dodgeball Tournament to celebrate the upcoming ski season. The event at Steamer’s Bar & Grill includes live music, giveaways and drink specials, Nov. 10.
Pray for snow parties aim to bring the white stuff all season!
With Heavenly Mountain and Kirkwood Mountain opening Dec. 18, it’s time to fill your free time with plenty of activities to get you stoked for the winter season. The Fresh Ketch will host their annual “Pray for Snow Party” on Nov. 17. The second annual Blizzardfest at Beach Retreat and Lodge will summon the snow gods to provide precipitation early and often. The “Pray for Snow Party” hosts games, vendors, raffle contests and live music from jazz funk artist Scott Pemberton, Nov. 19. Raffle proceeds go to the Tahoe Coalition for the Homeless.
The Tahoe Adventure Film Festival fuels outdoor passion by premiering short edits from the industry’s best adventure sports films at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa, Dec. 10. The festival captures the intensity and thrill of outdoor activities ranging from skiing/snowboarding, climbing, biking, surfing, along with a night of DJs, break-dancers and giveaways. It may just inspire you to take up a new hobby!
Winter Ignite rings in the holiday season at the Heavenly Village with a high-energy performance from Cold War Kids, an American indie rock band from Long Beach, Calif., Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. The free concert by Heavenly Mountain Resort serves as a celebration for winter adventures on the mountain combined with 24-7 nightlife and entertainment. The after party is at Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe with dancing, live music and drink specials.
Here’s to a great winter season of entertainment!