"Viva Las VeGrass" Bluegrass Festival 2020
Tickets · $125
Please join us for the 4th annual "Viva Las VeGrass" Bluegrass Festival held at Mount Charleston, Nevada's tallest peak. Located just 34 miles from downtown Las Vegas, the Spring Mountains Visitor's Gateway is a mountain paradise surrounded by beautiful vistas, scenery and wildlife. Don't forget that it is also 15-20° cooler than Vegas so we expect weather in the mid 70's!
The Gateway also includes an interactive Visitor's Center that explains the area geology, activities and more. Also an incredible amphitheater on the edge of a ravine that can seat up to 400 people, paved RV parking, primitive camping, pavilions, bathrooms and more.
Viva Las VeGrass is know for having the "best bands you never heard of" and prides itself on bringing incredible new talent to the stage. This year is no exception with headliners "Jeff Scroggins and the Scroggdoggs", made up of legendary West Coast bluegrass player, Viva Las VeGrass House Band "Never Come Down" from Portland, Oregon, and the always incredible Get Down Boys from Los Angeles, CA. In addition to many returning favorites like Bluegrass Republic, $6 String Band, Out of the Desert, Flint Hill Special and more.
Our event is also "Green Friendly" and features solar power generation. We have the best food trucks in the valley and a beer garden with several local craft brewers. Also amazing vendors featuring items made from organic, sustainable, all-natural and recycled materials. Hiking, kids activities, communal art activities and more!
Reserved RV camping is available but limited and primitive camping is always free. Also REI will be hosting a free camping village for those who have never camped before! Also we are partnering with the Resort at Charleston Peak (which is walking distance right next door) for room packages and specials for Viva attendees. Visit https://retreatoncharlestonpeak.com/ and mention Viva Las VeGrass.
Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway
The US Forest Service provides the Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway complex as a place for education, events, and information about the SMNRA. The site includes a Visitor Center with exhibits & gift store open 9am-4pm daily, an education building, 2 amphitheaters, 2 group picnic areas, the nation's first National Cold War Monument,the & Stones Plaza honoring the 7 tribes of the Southern Paiute (Nuwuvi) birthplace, and an extensive system of trails. (702) 872-5486