Please no high back chairs
No shade structures
Please only set up chairs behind the mixing board
No chairs inside the side performance tents
Bonfire Entertainment is committed to supporting all guests with disabilities so they may participate in the enjoyment of our events. For any inquiries in regards to the services and access options available please contact us at email@example.com.
Please note that WinterWonderGrass is an outdoor event. Although there are three heated beer halls and side stages, the main stage is outside. Please plan to encounter all weather conditions including snow and ice. Please dress warm and in layers
General Access: The WinterWonderGrass event has no stairs. There are also no stairs inside the venue.
ADA drop-off: We provide a drop-off location for all guests who may want closer access to the main gate. This access is for drop-off only located at the front of the Festival Site next to the Olympic Valley Clock Tower.
ADA stage viewing: This dedicated space is a raised platform with a ramp adjacent to the sound booth. Please see the map for the location. Additionally, there are smaller viewing points on the side of each tent stage; Pickin’ Perch, Jamboree, and Soapbox. All qualifying participants are allowed one (1) companion to join them in all ADA viewing areas.
Parking: While no parking is offered to guests of WinterWonderGrass attendees, all parking at Palisades Tahoe is ADA accessible, and can be found by downloading the Palisades Tahoe App and clicking the Parking Tab. For more parking information, please visit HERE.
Service Animals We welcome service animals at most locations throughout our event. A service animal is defined as any dog or miniature horse trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Guests who use service animals must retain control of their animals at all times and should keep them on a leash or harness while visiting.
Emotional Support Animals are not allowed in the venue, only animals that are allowed are service animals that are performing a specific task for the owner.
We are happy to trade your tickets for future credit to WinterWonderGrass until February 20th, simply send us an email, at firstname.lastname@example.org. As posted on all orders, and the website, no cash refunds after December 15. For events and ticket types that are sold out, we highly encourage you to sell them through our verified fan to fan exchange. For those events or ticket types that are not sold out, we are happy to offer a credit for a future WinterWonderGrass event. Reach out with any questions. If the event is canceled due to Covid-19, you will be offered the opportunity to roll your ticket over to the next WWG or get a refund.
While late-night, outbound transportation may be hard to come by, we’ve consolidated a full list of options for those looking to travel off resort property following the event or after Grass After Dark shows. Advanced booking is always recommended whenever possible.
Ride the WinterWonderBus home from the festival or the late nights at the resort.
3. Additional services will be provided by the Mountaineer with on-demand service between Palisades Tahoe and Alpine Meadows.
4. Squaw Creek stops are available only upon request.
Taxi Services –
Apps to download for rides to Alpine Meadows or Tahoe City –
WWG and our local venue partners host “Grass After Dark” shows around town after the festival. These shows require a separate ticket that can be purchased online here once we go on sale. Ticket prices start at $10, but capacities are very limited in some locations. Shows are 21+.
COLORADO – Schedule out, and Tickets are on sale NOW!
CALIFORNIA – Schedule out, and Tickets are on sale NOW!
Feb 1 – Currently no mask mandates, vaccination, or negative test proof is required. We will be upping our cleaning schedule, suppling sanitizer at all bar locations, adding handwashing stations, and increasing toilet cleanings.
WinterWonderGrass takes place outside, with the tents having several doors open for ventilation. Our attendees are usually wearing ski masks for the cold, and we are in the fresh mountain air.
We encourage you to wear a mask if you are at risk, many of us will be. We ask that you smile at your fellow WWG friends wearing masks as you never know what they may be struggling with, or what pre-existing condition causes them to need to be extra safe.
Let’s embrace one another, lift the vibe, and spread the love!
For indoor late nights, we recommend a mask for at-risk folks.
Yes. Although there are three large heated beer halls and side stages, the main stage is outside so please plan to dress warm and in layers. If you purchased a VIP ticket you will have access to side stage fire pits, heat lamps and a heated private bar. In addition to the heated beer halls, WWG has a heated coffee bar (The Depot), heated kids zone, a heated merch tent and more.
The store will be open daily from 2-9 pm, we source locally where we can, hire local brands, and do our best to promote sustainable materials.
We order limited quantities, so if you see something you like, best to grab it!
The store has:
Box office opens at open 1:45 daily, and show starts at 2:00 pm! Please download the ticket on your mobile device and remember to bring your photo ID!
Yes! From 2-9 pm daily, the WWG Kids Zone will activate with face painting, hula hooping, guest artist drop-ins and more!
All ticket holders will be issued a Klean Kanteen as soon as their tickets are scanned, and wristbands are given. Please hang on to your reusable cups all weekend as we have just enough for all attendees.
Yes. Kids 12 and under are free. For kids 13-17, discounted tickets available on the website.
That is illegal. We are a community, kid-friendly event – Please be mindful. Smoking anywhere in public in Colorado and California is against the law. Please respect our local police on site.
The festival box office will open daily at 1:45 pm, with doors at 2:00 pm. Join us from 2-5 pm for daily beer, wine and cider tastings. Grass after Dark starts after the main stage ends!
Limited single day tickets go on a month prior to the festival, pending availability. Colorado will go on sale with the schedule on December 8, and very limited California single day tickets on Dec 15.
Once you purchase your ticket you’ll receive an order confirmation from Eventbrite. The ticket will be attached to the order. We suggest you go green and download the Eventbrite App on your smart phone, where all your tickets will be safely stored. Otherwise, you can print the ticket out. Please bring your ID.
Yes. Please bring an empty vessel to the venue. Do not bring any liquids into the festival. Water station is next to the toilets.
Many of our artists request a smoke free venue so we kindly ask smokers to utilize the smoking area indicated on the map. Just ask anyone on the staff for directions.
Yes. Small items and amounts are welcome in a small backpack.
No. We are a state licensed venue selling beer, cider, tea, wine, spirits and food. You will be denied access and may lose your festival pass if caught entering with alcohol or drugs.
No dogs please. We are a licensed food facility, it’s cold and there is no grass!
As with past WinterWonderGrass California events, a free show in the Village will kick off the festivities on Thursday, March 31st from 2:00 – 5:00 PM featuring music by Pixie & The Partygrass Boys. Attendees of the festival and members of the general public are also encouraged to attend the free shows in the Plaza from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. AJ Lee and Blue Summit will hold it down Friday and Sunday, while Cris Jacobs takes the stage Saturday.
In addition to the free Pickin’ in the Plaza series, WinterWonderGrass California will also present two free shows on the mountain at the Gold Coast Lodge, featuring the WWG Tahoe All-Stars on Saturday and Rapidgrass on Sunday. The Gold Coast shows are scheduled to run from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM each day.