Lake Geneva, WI – Winterfest, the much-anticipated event in Lake Geneva, is all set to start a day later than initially planned, now kicking off on February 1, 2024.
The U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championship, a highlight of the festival, will see 15 state-champion teams showcasing their skills in transforming snow into stunning sculptures. This year’s event promises an array of winter activities for all ages, including a Downtown Ice Sculpture Walk, beach bonfires, and live entertainment.
According to VISIT Lake Geneva and the City of Lake Geneva, the decision to delay the event was made in collaboration with the competition organizers and the participating teams. Innovative measures have been taken to maintain optimal conditions for the snow sculptures.
The competition, free for public viewing, starts at 10 am on February 1 at Riviera Plaza and Flat Iron Park, situated along the scenic shores of Geneva Lake. The sculptures will be on display until February 4, or until they melt, allowing visitors to enjoy the intricate artwork throughout the weekend.