InformationParking is limited at Valhalla. When our parking lot if full, you may park in the lot by our gate on Highway 89 and take the bike path in. If you have a handicapped sticker, plackard or plate there are several handicapped designated spaces. If you have questions or require assistance please call the office at 530-541-4975 at least 24 hours in advance.
Remembering James - Tribute to the Godfather of Soul
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Remembering James tells the story of The Godfather of Soul, James Brown. From his early days first starting out and spanning early two decades of what would become a monumental career, we see how a divided country, the growing Civil Rights movement and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. shaped the artists’ work. A six-piece band accompanies, bringing the passion of his music alive while offering a message of hope to a nation looking for a moment of healing and celebration.
Preserving Tahoe heritage through art, music, and theatre
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South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151
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