Plan Your Visit

Classical Tahoe performances are present at the campus of University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe in the community of Incline Village on Lake Tahoe’s north shore in Nevada.

As the lake offers so much to do and see, it is feasible to stay at nearly any community throughout the region. Wrapped by the magnificent Sierra Nevada, Lake Tahoe is a world-renowned vacation destination with extraordinary golf courses, beaches, hiking and biking trails, camping, fishing, boating, paddleboarding and so much more.

This dream of a playground provides the astounding backdrop for one of the finest classical music festivals in the world.

Getting Here

Classical Tahoe Ricardi Pavilion at University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe
291 Country Club
Incline Village NV 89451

Incline Village Location

Incline Village, Nevada, is a quick, scenic 32-mile drive from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO). It is a 2-hour drive from Sacramento and 4 hours from San Francisco.

Venue Location

All orchestra concerts are held in an intimate pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe, 291 Country Club Drive, Incline Village, Nevada.

For the Ron & Maureen Ashley Oasis Series, please see your ticket for the location address.

Flight Information

Getting here is easy either by car or through the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Use the airport’s online flight information tool.

Reno Airport Information

Lodging

The diversity of the region also offers a variety to lodging options from hotel casinos, resorts to vacation rentals. While here, we encourage you to book with one of our lodging partners.

Lodging

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I park? What do I wear? Will there be wine? (spoiler alert: yes!). Click the button below to find answers to common questions about attending the Festival.

FAQs

Visit Reno Tahoe

To assist you in making your travel plans to Reno-Tahoe and Classical Tahoe, visit Reno Tahoe and North Lake Tahoe.

Dramatic natural landscapes form the backdrop of Reno Tahoe, where America’s largest alpine lake meets the Biggest Little City in the World. 300 days of sunshine per year light up cultural heritage sites, along with innovative districts leading the charge into the future. Those who live presently can enjoy outdoor retreats, downtown attractions, and a boredom-busting calendar of cultural, culinary, and sports events. Four distinct seasons provide the impetus to step outside comfort zones and into award-winning breweries, entertaining live shows, luxurious day spas, and pockets of mountainous adventure. There’s something for every type of traveler visiting Reno Tahoe. 

Reno Tahoe has a culturally vibrant and growing arts scene. Hidden gems and larger-than-life murals are around every corner. Discover year-round art at the Nevada Museum of Art, or join a guided tour with Art Spot Reno. The artistic details are at your fingertips – at VisitRenoTahoe.com.

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