Concerts at Commons Beach Lake Tahoe favorite
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — The Tahoe City Downtown Association (TCDA) is pleased to announce the final lineup for the 2013 Concerts at Commons Beach live music series. Tahoe City residents and visitors know summer has arrived when they hear live music coming from Commons Beach on Sunday evenings, and this summer will be better than ever. The 2013 lineup includes a variety of bands and genres sure to get the audience dancing, grooving, and coming back for more. This 12-week series includes live music, food, beverages and Lake Tahoe views. Concerts run Sunday afternoons, June 23 through Sept. 8, 4-7 p.m., at Commons Beach in Tahoe City.
June 23: Trey Stone (3 p.m. start)
June 30: Joy & Madness (formerly the Nibblers)
July 7: Tumbleweed Wanderers
July 14: The California Honeydrops
July 21: The Monophonics
July 28: Vinyl
Aug. 4: Eddie Roberts West Coast Sound
Aug. 18: Joe Craven Trio with Special Guest Hattie Craven
Aug. 25: Sambada
Sept. 1: The Locals Last Waltz featuring King High Tide, Downbeat, Littlepine and the Beer Gardeners (3 p.m. start)
Sept. 8: North Tahoe High School Jazz Band and the Beer Gardeners (3 p.m. start)
Exciting events, raffles and giveaways are planned during this season. Visit http://www.concertsatcommonsbeach.com, or follow Concerts at Commons Beach on Facebook for updates. Special thanks to the 2013 headlining sponsors: Michael Hohl Subaru, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Safeway, The Blue Agave, Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, Jake’s on the Lake with Ike and Martin, Homewood Mountain Resort/West Shore Café & Inn, Pomin’s Tahoe Hot Tubs, Tahoe Dave’s Skis & Boards, and Wolfdale’s Cuisine Unique.
About Tahoe City Downtown Association
Founded in 2004, the Tahoe City Downtown Association (TCDA) is a nonprofit organization of local merchants, property owners, associations, professionals, and community members who share a mission to enhance and promote a vibrant and prosperous downtown center for residents and visitors. The TCDA contributes to Tahoe City’s social, economic, and environmental vitality through special events, sustainable programs, partnerships, visitor outreach, and community support. For additional information, volunteer opportunities, or to become a member, visit VisitTahoeCity.com or call 530-583-3348.
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