South Lake Tahoe never has a shortage of concerts. Harveys outdoor amphitheater is always drawing in bands like Incubus, and artist like Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan! The Harrah’s south shore room always has new acts coming through, from cover bands to classic favorites, and up and coming artist. The Montbleu theater , and there super hip selves always have something a little different then the rest of Stateline, so they’re always exciting to check out.
→ August 31, 2010
When: Saturday, September 11th, 7:00 PM
Where: Harveys Outdoor Amphitheater.
Cost: $59.50 in advanced, $65 day of the show.
Tickets available at Ticketmaster.
Rarely has a band come freighted with such expectation and promise than the new outfit that calls itself Chickenfoot.
Yes, you read correctly – Chickenfoot. Say that name again, just to get used to its sound. Chickenfoot.
→ June 29, 2010
Where: South Shore Room inside Harrah’s Lake Tahoe
When: Aug. 31st, Sept. 3rd, 4th, & 6th at 7:30 PM
Cost: $27.50+ Fees
Dust off Dust off the leisure suits! Shine up those platform shoes! Be transported back to a simpler time when gas was under $1.00 per gallon… when music was fun, inspiring and uplifting… and disco was [...]
→ September 10, 2009
Absynth Presents the 2nd annual South South Music and Arts Festival, featuring performances by Grand 58, AD/AM, Frobeck, Hi-Def Blur, and Dj Kinetic-Kutz. Food will provided by Alpine Organics Chef Company and drinks provided by Mt Tallac Brewery.
→ September 9, 2009
His life story is a human interest piece carved across the forearm with a razor blade. His music: lyrically outrageous, hilarious and far-fetched yet simultaneously real. His name? Mickey Avalon. And Sunday night at Bar 24, fans from across the West were given the chance to see all the crazy, manic passion that is a [...]
→ September 3, 2009
Chad Smith is most well known as the drummer in his full time rock band The Red Hot Chili Peppers. He is currently touring the country with Sammy Hagar, Mike Anthony and Joe Satriani in a side-project super group known as Chickenfoot.
When you put four random dudes together in a band, it may be acceptable [...]