Fall in North Lake Tahoe: Part two on our “Secret Season”
Visiting North Lake Tahoe in fall means lighter traffic, beautiful weather and fireworks of fall color. Event calendars are the only thing that remain jam-packed, and that’s why our reason number two for visiting North Lake Tahoe this fall is BE ENTERTAINED!
North Lake Tahoe always has a wide range of entertainment options. And the fall season is no exception. Musical acts of all genres swing through venues such as the Crystal Bay Club and The Fat Cat Bar and Grill, Bridgetender, and more. At the end of a busy October filled with live shows, the Crystal Bay Club caps the month with perhaps the party of the year, the Creeper’s Ball on Halloween, featuring 1980s cover band Tainted Love and a crowd full of costume-wearing revelers.
Other events highlighting the fall season include the Chocolate Wine & Roses Festival at the Hyatt Regency in Incline Village (Nov. 8); the Women’s Wellness Weekend at Granlibakken Resort (Nov. 8-9); the Passport to Dining Food & Wine Tasting in Kings Beach (Nov. 13); and the Elegant Affair Wine Tasting at the Boatworks Mall (Nov. 22).