Nearly 4,000 visitors are expected to attend the second annual Made In Tahoe Festival at Squaw Valley this weekend.
The festival showcases local businesses, artists, organizations and performers.
“Tahoe is home to so many talented entrepreneurs, philanthropists and artists that bring endless enthusiasm and passion to our region,” said Sean Kristl, marketing manager for Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, in a press release promoting the event. “It’s exciting to host an event that celebrates our local businesses and talent, while also helping them expand their reach.”
This year’s festival features live performances by Tahoe Flow Arts; a studio that specializes in aerial arts, dance and yoga; and music from One Track Mind, Jeff Jones, Ben Fuller, JT Chevallier and Chi McClean.
Visitors can also sample local cuisine from numerous Tahoe eateries at the festival.
Festivities run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
The Made In Tahoe Festival also kicks off summer operations at Squaw Valley. The resort’s Aerial Tram, which provides access to hiking trails and scenic viewpoints, will open Saturday and run through the summer.
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