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Road to WonderGrass Tahoe 2023 hosts preview concert series

The Kitchen Dwellers will be playing at Crystal Bay Casino leading up to Winter Wondergrass.
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INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev.  — Travel North Tahoe Nevada is presenting the Road to WonderGrass Tahoe 2023 at the Crystal Bay Club and Alibi Incline Public House in partnership with WinterWonderGrass Tahoe 2023. Ahead of the festival, this series will give music-lovers a great sneak peek with a fun lineup throughout February and March. The lineup is as follows:

  • Feb 15th: Kitchen Dwellers w/ Lindsay Lou (Crystal Bay Club Crown Room – Ticketed Show)
  • March 4th: Caltucky (Alibi Incline Public House – Free Show)
  • March 18th: Broken Compass Bluegrass (Alibi Incline Public House – Free Show)

Tickets and more information can be found at CrystalBayCasino.com and Alibialeworks.com.

Additionally, attendees are encouraged to sign up for the Road to WonderGrass Sweepstakes available at each show. Drawings will be held at each Road to WonderGrass show for prizes included WWG Festival weekend passes, Grass After Dark and Tram Jam tickets, and WWG Swag. One winner will be chosen for the VIP Grand Prize Sweepstakes after the final show on March 18th. This winner will receive  2 VIP Festival Passes, 4 Grass After Dark passes,  two spots on the infamous Tram Jam and great WWG swag.



TNTNV is also a partner of this year’s WinterWonderGrass at Palisades Tahoe, California from March 31 to April 2. This event returns to Tahoe and has become a tradition for many. It originated in a parking lot as a single-day event in the mountain community of Edwards, CO and has since grown into the beloved, mainstay three-day music and beer festival with two iconic locations.

“As we are encouraging visitors staying in North Lake Tahoe to travel responsibly and sustainably, TNTNV is encouraging visitors to utilize TART Connect and other rideshare options during the festival,” says Andy Chapman, President and CEO of TNTNV. 



Check out other rideshare options for your safe and seamless ride in North Lake Tahoe.

“The folks at TNTNV have been so kindly supporting WinterWonderGrass since year one in Tahoe,” says Scotty Stoughton founder of WinterWonderGrass.  “To be working alongside the group to create and deliver these special Lake Tahoe concerts, with our beloved artists, is a dream. We are committed to creating space for friends to reconnect and take a breath from our collective jam packed lives.” 

While WWG welcomes back many of the artists who have graced its stages in years past, newcomers Marcus King, the Main Squeeze and Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country will make their WWG debut. Neal Francis, Trey Wellington Band and The Lone Bellow are also new to the WWG family and are scheduled for performances at both the Colorado and California stops of the festival. 

The California edition of WinterWonderGrass is known to sell out in advance so interested attendees are urged to grab their tickets soon. Get your tickets here.


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