Tahoe Live is all the hype right now, and this spirited music festival definitely deserves a spot on your summer bucket list. Known for its picturesque skies and crystal blue waters, North Lake Tahoe will transform this July 1-2 as it readies to blow minds as the inaugural Tahoe Live concert series. Industry legend Steve Aoki is set to headline alongside the electrifying duo Louis the Child. For those who enjoy good music and serene views, Tahoe Live is here to deliver a truly sensational experience.
Taking place at the Boreal / Woodward, festival-goers can bask in the beautiful ambiance while listening to their favorite tunes. Boreal is known as a common spot for skiers during the winter months, but this summer, Tahoe Live is bringing the heat to the mountains. Trading out the fireworks for lasers, pyro, and cryo, this first-ever electronic music experience on the North Lake makes the perfect destination to celebrate Independence Day. This two-day event promises an exceptional lineup, with Ship Wrek, Whethan, Gattuso, and Surf Mesa supporting the main acts. Both headliners seem to have intriguing projects in the works, and Tahoe Live is a prime time to catch them on stage. Louis the Child has been teasing a new album, and Steve Aoki is posting cryptic tweets that make us all the more excited to see him in his element.
Tahoe Live is an 18+ event. You can currently secure GA weekend passes for the early-bird price of $99, till Sunday, June 6 at 11:59PM. VIP weekend passes are going for $299, and include a dedicated check-in area for expedited entry, air-conditioned, private bathrooms, VIP bars and food vendors, a lounge area with bar games, and a private viewing close to the stage. VIP ticket holders must be 21+. Single-day passes are available starting at $79 before fees. All ticket types can be purchased online at https://tahoelive.net.
With just under a month till this awesome event, it’s important to keep in the loop. Stay connected on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TahoeLiveCA, on Instagram at @Tahoe.Live, and Twitter at @TahoeLiveCA.