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Bass-heavy Halloween party Monday night at North Lake Tahoe

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The Librarian will perform Monday night.
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On Halloween night (Monday, Oct. 31), Wormhole Tahoe, Bass Heavy and Rambo Party Productions are collaborating to present a special and spooky concert at the Tahoe Biltmore.

“Heavy Halloween” will include a blend of live and electronic music ranging from super fun funk to deep down analogue bass.

“High end production and sound come together to produce North Tahoe’s most well-rounded Halloween party,” according to event promotional materials.

ZEKE BEATS and The Librarian will headline the evening, which will feature two rooms of music. Other performers scheduled include ZEBUEL, PRSN, Lake Minnetahoe (Prince Tribute band) and Disco Terrorist, among others.

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According to event materials, Australia artist ZEKE BEATS combines a raw, analog laden sound with heavy sub-bass and world class turntablism skills that are sure to take listeners on a musical journey.

The Librarian, meanwhile, offers up unabashedly hard-hitting, low-end bliss paired with thoughtful, sophisticated chops.

Heavy Halloween is set to begin at 9 p.m. Oct. 31 at the Tahoe Biltmore Lodge and Casino in Crystal Bay. Early bird tickets cost $15, while regular tickets are set at $20. Tickets at the door will cost $25.

Visit http://heavyhalloween69.brownpapertickets.com to buy tickets and to learn more.


 

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