WinterWonderGrass Organizers Postpone California Festival To 2022

By Scott Bernstein Jan 20, 2021 8:23 am PST

WinterWonderGrass’ 2021 festival in Squaw Valley, California has been rescheduled. The event, which was originally set to be held in 2020 before the pandemic led organizers to postpone the event, now will take place April 1 – 3, 2022 at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows in North Lake Tahoe.

All acts from the 2020 lineup with the exception of The Devil Makes Three will perform at WinterWonderGrass’ California event in 2020. Billy Strings will cap the festival with two sets on Sunday. The Infamous Stringdusters, Keller & The Keels, Peter Rowan, Fruition and The Lil Smokies are among the acts scheduled to play WWG in April 2022. An additional headliner will be announced later this year.

“I humbly wish to express the deep gratitude I, and the WWG Team have for the endless support of the Resort and the Community,” said festival founder, Scotty Stoughton in a statement. “Especially everyone hanging on to their tickets and riding the wave with us. Your investment into the future of WWG and kind notes of support have been a bright spot through these troubled times. Since most tickets are already sold and with the huge expected demand for 2022 tickets, I encourage friends and fans to hop on board for 2022. However, know that at any time, we will work with you to honor a refund.”

Passes for the 2020/2021 festival will be honored in 2022 with no action neccessary. Those who cannot attend the new dates should email [email protected] to work out refunds. Tickets for WinterWonderGrass Tahoe 2022 are on sale via Eventbrite.

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