Annual Lake Tahoe Events

Some Lake Tahoe events are so good they just keep coming back year after year to the delight of locals and visitors. Annual Lake Tahoe events embrace a variety of forms relating to themes ranging from the indoors or the majestic outdoors, Tahoe-influenced arts or foods and regional productions for music or theater. Winter, spring, summer and fall, day and night, you can count on fun-filled annual Lake Tahoe events waiting just around the corner.

Take advantage of Lake Tahoe’s versatile terrain that’s suitable for all sorts of athletic activities, and enjoy annual outdoor sporting events like running, biking and skiing in South Lake Tahoe. If you’d prefer to get a taste of Lake Tahoe’s cuisine, visit wining and dining annual events held in Truckee. Savor the top dishes prepared by gourmet chefs and sample wines brought from regional wineries. These Lake Tahoe events often benefit local charities, so your food not only tastes good, but you also feel good about giving back. Annual Lake Tahoe events also include a few quirky and niche activities thrown in the mix, so if a chocolate festival sounds sweet to you, pay a visit to Incline Village.

Annual Lake Tahoe Events For All Interests

Or you can check out the plethora of other events in the area and meet folks who share your interests ... a certain genre of music, perhaps, that you can fan over at one of the many music festivals in Squaw Valley. Such music festivals welcome artists from all over the region and even the country to provide an eclectic blend of live tunes. When autumn rolls around, combine Germany with the Sierra Nevada for an Oktoberfest right here in Tahoe City. With German beers, bratwursts, pumpkins and more pumpkins, it’s a great way to celebrate the season. And where would annual events be if they didn’t take advantage of that sapphire lake. Get an up close look at Lake Tahoe with standup paddleboard annual events in North Shore. The Lake’s conditions are prime for such aquatic activities all through late spring to early fall.

No matter what time of year it is at Lake Tahoe, it’s easy to find an annual event that promises a good time. Annual Lake Tahoe events give you a taste of the community, and you’ll see why they return every year. Heck, you might too!

Big Blue Adventure

P.O. Box 2720, Kings Beach, CA
(530) 546-1019

For more than a dozen years, Big Blue Adventure has hosted a variety of sporting events around Lake Tahoe and Truckee. When summer arrives, Big Blue Adventure’s events start rolling, so they are perfect for those visiting the area and who want to try out their competitiveness. That said, Big Blue Adventure races are great for people who just want to get out and move... read more

For more than a dozen years, Big Blue Adventure has hosted a variety of sporting... read more

High Notes Summerlong Music Series

400 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, CA
(530) 581-6900
5001 Northstar Drive, Truckee, CA
(530) 562-2267
1960 Squaw Valley Road, Squaw Valley, CA
(800) 403-0206
CA Highway 28 and Bear Street, Kings Beach, CA
(530) 583-3074

There may not be anything more incredible than enjoying the uplifting quality of Tahoe air, the stunning backdrop of the basin and listening to a great live-music act. High Notes Summerlong Music Series makes it easy to do that with their four fabulous ways to enjoy music. Happening in the beach-side locations of Tahoe City and Kings Beach as well as the mountainous experiences of... read more

There may not be anything more incredible than enjoying the uplifting quality of Tahoe air,... read more

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Sand Harbor
2005 Nevada State Highway 28, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-1616

Begun in 1972 at Sugar Pine Point on the west shore, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival moved to Sand Harbor in 1976 and has remained a standard there ever since. It ranks as one of the top Shakespeare Festivals in the country — not just for the quality of the performances but for the entirety of the experience, from the gourmet food to the environment of... read more

Begun in 1972 at Sugar Pine Point on the west shore, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival... read more