Made in Tahoe Festival returns to Squaw Valley |

Made in Tahoe Festival returns to Squaw Valley

The Made In Tahoe Festival will take place Saturday and Sunday and will feature vendors, music and events.
Courtesy Court Leve |

If you go

What: Made in Tahoe Festival

When: Saturday and Sunday, May 23-24

Where: The Village at Squaw Valley

Tickets: Free


More than 60 local vendors will highlight an annual festival that celebrates its third year Saturday and Sunday.

The Made in Tahoe Festival takes place at The Village at Squaw Valley and includes live music and entertainment in addition to its local wares.

“Participating local businesses include Riverside Art Studios, Tahoe Basics, California 89, Rise Designs and Eko Kreations, just to name a few,” according to a press release from organizers.

The festival features two stages of music starting at 11 a.m. each day. Richard Blair, Brad Perry, Guitar Town, Rapplesauce, Paul Covarelli and Peter Joseph and the Kingtide perform Saturday, while Bias & Dunn, Matt Axton & Purple Curtain, The High & The Mighty, Groove Foundry and Rak Kandy play Sunday.

Tahoe Flow Arts will provided entertainment and workshops both days, and special live performances will take place on the community stage.

“The community stage will showcase an array of performance art to include aerial fabrics, aerial lyra, acro-yoga, skits and workshops by the Tahoe Flow Artists,” according to the release. “Visitors can also indulge in offerings by The Mill, Truckee Sourdough, Bella Bucha, Mtn. Roots, Truckee River Winery, Tahoe Teas, Tahoe Blue Vodka, Fifty Fifty Brewing Company and more.”

More information on the festival is available at

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