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North Tahoe beach music series announces summer lineup, new look

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There are few better ways to kick off a Tahoe summer weekend than a Friday night concert on the beach.
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Here is this year’s line-up:

June 17: The Blues Monsters

June 24: The Wrinkle

July 8: Coburn Station

July 15: Sneaky Creatures

July 22: Abalone Grey

July 29: Buddy Emmer Blues Band

August 5: Paul David and the Drivers

August 19: Miss Lonely Hearts

August 26: Forget the Roses

September 2: Achilles Wheel

KINGS BEACH, Calif. ­— This summer will mark the 10th Annual Music on the Beach, a free concert series held Friday evenings at Kings Beach State Recreation Area in Kings Beach.

To commemorate the 10th anniversary, Music on the Beach will have 10 concerts over a 12-week period, June 17 through September 2, excluding July 1 and August 12.

The popular concert series is produced by the North Tahoe Business Association; each concert takes place from 6-8:30 p.m.

Local and regional bands scheduled to perform feature a variety of musical genres, everything from blues to rock to honky-tonk.

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To commemorate the 10th anniversary, NTBA has unveiled a sleek new logo for the concert series — depicting the famed blue outline of Lake Tahoe as the headstock of a guitar, complete with six tuning machines, three on each side.

For more information about the series, visit northtahoebusiness.org, or check out the Music on the Beach page on Facebook.


 

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