APRIL 2018 UPCOMING EVENTS IN TRUCKEE

Dated: 04/03/2018

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Experience the beauty of Truckee with some awesome upcoming events this April! 


1. Winter Wonder Grass Tahoe APRIL 6, 2018

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Winter Wonder Grass Tahoe returns for 3 days of world-class Bluegrass/Acoustic Roots music on four stages, California and Nevada craft breweries and beer tasting all under the snow covered peaks at Squaw Valley. It's going to be an epic weekend bringing together those who love music, mountains and a good time.
Headliners include: The Devil Makes Three - Railroad Earth - The Infamous Stringdusters - The California Honeydrops - Elephant Revival and many more! 


Tickets On Sale Now see the event here: http://chamber.truckee.com/events/details/winterwondergrass-tahoe-04-06-2018-9728


2. Community Event; Dancing With Our Sierra Stars APRIL 21, 2018

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Just like the TV show Dancing with the Stars, 8 of our local “Stars” will perform with professional dance partners featuring a variety of ballroom dance style performances. The show will also include video highlights of the rehearsal process, a fun local judging panel, and a performance by Inner Rhythms Dance Theatre, all adding up to an evening full of fun and laughter!
The audience votes for the winner and one of our local Stars will take home the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy! The second act of the show features the Utah Ballroom Dance Company performing their National touring, sensational stage show!

Check event here: http://chamber.truckee.com/events/details/dancing-with-our-sierra-stars-12262


3. 2018 TRUCKEE CRAW THAW MUSIC FESTIVAL APRIL 27-28

A FREE New Orleans inspired spring event, the TRUCKEE CRAW THAW Music Festival will bring a diverse lineup of American roots-inspired musicians, cajun cuisine and family fun to historic downtown Truckee, California April 27 & 28, 2018

Image titleProduced by Crux Events in partnership with the Truckee Tourism Business Improvement District (TTBID) and Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats, this new inaugural event benefits Moody’s Jazz Camp, a non-profit supporting local youth and music education through jazz.

Festivities kick off the evening of Friday, April 27 with two live bands set up on Bridge Street outside Moody’s Bistro, Bar & Beats in downtown Truckee. A performance by “The Easy Leaves,” a Sonoma County-based six piece honky tonk country band, will be followed by “Jazz Mafia Accomplices,” a six piece jazz ensemble from San Francisco that has been described as “throwing down a wildly eclectic mix of mind bending freestyle hip-hop, ballsy electro-swing, and fiery fiddle.” The jubilation will be complimented by a tasty selection of Cajun-style street food from the recipes of renowned Moody’s Chef William Burns.

On Saturday, April 28, food and games kick off at noon with DJ Headphones and Horses spinning on the decks. Festival goers will enjoy a feast of Creole and cajun-style street fare, barrel-aged Redemption Whiskey cocktails and craft beer. Designed to be a fun event for the whole family, activities will include crawfish races and other games. Daytime performances will include the award-winning Truckee High School Jazz Band and local kids’ dance troupes.

As the day turns to dusk, local legend Tim Manning will share untold stories and behind the scenes footage showcasing his career as one of the most respected cinematographers in snowboarding. From the “early days” of his snow film archives all the way through his recent award winning work in 2018, Manning will discuss the evolution of film making in the sport that has given his fans the unforgettable feeling that would make anyone want to snowboard and travel around the world forever.

The festival will continue into Saturday evening with more live music; Nashville-based “Miss Tess & The Talkbacks” are known to regularly steal the show with an eclectic sound infused with classic country, honky-tonk, southern rhythm and blues. “Otis McDonald,” from the mind and ears of producer and multi-instrumentalist, Joe Bagale, will headline, creating a sound that is fresh and rooted in nostalgia.

THIS EVENT WAS FROM http://chamber.truckee.com/events/details/2018-truckee-craw-thaw-music-festival-april-27-28-13868 AND TO KNOW MORE YOU CAN VISIT www.truckeecrawthaw.com. 



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