Lake Tahoe Reggae Fest 2023 coming to Placer County
The 2023 Lake Tahoe Reggae Festival Lineup
LAKE TAHOE, CA – Good Vibez Presents with PR Entertainment is pleased to announce the lineup for the sixth annual Lake Tahoe Reggae Festival, which will take place Saturday, July 22 and Sunday, July 23, 2023.
In addition, Lake Tahoe Reggae Fest has announced a change of venue from Hard Rock in South Lake Tahoe to its new festival home for 2023, Palisades Tahoe. “We are thrilled to partner with PR Entertainment to bring people together in conscious, sustainable gatherings enriched by old and new reggae and art in the Tahoe Basin,” says Dan Sheehan, co-founder of Good Vibez Presents.
“Our entire team is excited about this summer and our new home in Palisades Tahoe. Taking the Lake Tahoe Reggae Festival to this beautiful Tahoe location will excite music fans,” says Paul Reeder of PR Entertainment, a longtime Tahoe resident and one of Tahoe’s largest concert promoters and stage producers. And nature is lifelong memories.
Tickets, as well as VIP tickets, go on sale February 14 at 10 a.m. PST at laketahoereggaefest.com. VIP packages include a private bar, bathroom and a VIP-only viewing area.
It is considered one of the best ski resorts in North America. Palisades Tahoe It is known for its vibrant ski culture. It was the host of the 1960 Winter Games, and has been home to an impressive list of music festivals over the years including Bill Graham’s famous summer music festival with the Jerry Garcia Band in 1991. Music lovers will also know it’s the home of the modern day to WinterWonderGrass Festival. When driving into the Palisades, it’s impossible not to be surprised by the view of the tramway’s face, the majestic rocky cliffs below the aerial tramway, and the jagged, snow-capped peaks that shoot out in every direction. High up the mountain, sparkling Lake Tahoe glistens before you, a view Mark Twain once described as “the most beautiful picture the whole earth has to offer.”
Like all festivals in the Good Vibez Act, festival-goers can expect exciting programming on and off stage including local food vendors, interactive local art displays, a quirky, high-quality vendor area, and a commitment to leaving the community better than they found it with composting, recycling, and greening initiatives running from For no waste.
“We love working on High Sierra,” says Amy Sheehan, co-founder of Good Vibez. “Being a destination for outdoor enthusiasts and music lovers alike, we feel a real synergy when working here. I find that a lot of our clients come for the music and end up staying a few days for hiking, dining, and general exploration that the wonderful High Sierra range has to offer.”
Sixth Annual Lake Tahoe Reggae Festival
When: Saturday, July 22 and Sunday, July 23, 2023
Where: Palisades Tahoe (1960 Olympic Valley Rd, Olympic Valley, CA 96146)
From: Rebelution, Stick Figure, Tribal Seeds, Pepper, Dispatch, Hirie, J Boog, The Expendables, Iya Terra, Bumpin Uglies, Elovaters, Pipedown, Claire Wright
For more information and to purchase tickets starting February 14 at 10am PST, please visit laketahoereggaefest.com.
Ancestral lands and homelands of the Washiu people (Washu people)
Recognizing the Land: We acknowledge that the Lake Tahoe Reggae Festival, in Tahoe Palisades in Olympic Valley, is within the traditional ancestral lands and lands of the Waší ∙ šiw (Washoe people – people from here). The Waší∙šiw have been the original stewards of the land in and around the Lake Tahoe Basin since the beginning of time and as a sovereign nation, the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California, as they are known today, continue to advocate for the protection and preservation of the Waší∙šiw ɁítdeɁ (Homelands of the Washoe Peoples). Recognizing the ancestral lands we work on is an important step in honoring the people who called the Lake Tahoe basin home so long ago and recognizing their continued presence today. In line with our values of community and inclusion, it is our responsibility to recognize, honor and highlight those on whose land we work. We are grateful for the opportunity to host community gatherings here. Since we acknowledge the Lake Tahoe Basin as the home of the Waší∙šiw, we ask that you, as visitors, treat this place with the same respect as those who have walked before you.
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