For SNOWFEST 2023 there is so much to enjoy.
The festival consists of about 100 events throughout the North Lake Tahoe area, including a torchlight parade, laser show and fireworks, parades, pancake breakfasts, concerts, bar parties, ski races, dog and pet events, an ice-cream-eating contest, a luau, Mardi Gras party, ice carving, a polar bear swim, and much more. It is truly a great opportunity to get out and play with friends, family members, neighbors, and visitors.
SNOWFEST was named one of the top 100 events in the United States by the American Business Association, and one of the top 10 events in California by the California Department of Tourism. It received media coverage throughout the country in national publications and attracted tourists from across the U.S. and Canada. Keep the tradition alive by attending with loved ones.
Occurring in March, this event helps you find your holiday spirit even longer as you continue your celebration at the beloved snow festival in North Lake Tahoe.
SNOWFEST organizers are committed to making their mission of community support a reality and have done so by making the festival a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 2021. More than $100,000 for local nonprofit and student organizations have been raised through the 10-day mountain mardi gras festival, which helps fund SNOWFEST and organize more fundraising opportunities.
For details on the upcoming SNOWFEST Lake Tahoe 2023, click here.
For business owners and nonprofit organizers, there is still time to register for the event as a vendor and bring the holiday season to a close at the North Lake Tahoe SNOWFEST. Register here and find out what it means to be a part of this fantastic event.