March 12th, 2018
The Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival is Valhalla Tahoe’s flagship event, a unique celebration of music, theatre and the visual arts. The festival is set against the magnificent backdrop of Lake Tahoe and the Tallac Historic Site. Looking forward to its 34th year, it is produced by Valhalla Tahoe.
The Festival begins in mid June with events and activities that continue throughout August. Events occur in the Boathouse Theatre, The Valhalla Grand Hall and the Grand lawn.
Become A Member
Membership in Valhalla Tahoe supports our vital and unique organization, one that provides world class art, music, and theater during the summer months at South Lake Tahoe’s most historic location.
Your membership supports:
- Our annual summer theater and music program in the Boathouse and on the Grand Lawn
- Our Artists in Residence Program
- Workshops and Educational Offerings
- Restoration and preservation of the Tallac Historic Site, a precious community resource
Getting Married At Valhalla
Built in 1924, this historic, beautifully detailed wood and stone hall includes a wrap-around, lodge pole pine porch that is perfect for cocktails or outdoor dining with gorgeous views of the lake. The Grand Hall also features hardwood floors and French doors opening onto the porch and grand lawn. The massive 20-foot tall stone fireplace and walk-in hearth is the perfect backdrop for your guests to gaze upon as they enjoy your special event..
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The Boathouse Theatre
The Valhalla Boathouse Theatre is a unique cultural resource in the Tahoe basin, indeed in all of northern California and northern Nevada. No other arts venue showcases Tahoe heritage and the stunning beauty of the lake like the Boathouse Theatre. Patrons sitting in the theatre are treated to a view of the lake like no other, through the floor to ceiling window behind the stage. The interior, preserved with exposed beams and wonderful natural acoustics, is both intimate and grand creating an experience unrivaled in performing arts venues.
The Valhalla Grand Hall
The name “Valhalla” was taken from the Norse Myths of the Viking’s Heavenly Place. Valhalla, the name of the great hall of the Viking after life, provided an apt description of the Heller residence, which features a vaulted central living area surrounded by a horseshoe balcony, all of massive timber, and a forty foot stone fireplace, sufficient in size to accommodate several dozen people.