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Tahoe City’s Concerts at Commons Beach announces 2016 lineup

The Dustbowl Revival will kick things off on June 19.
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Who’s playing

Last week, TCDA announced the 2016 lineup. Check it out below:

June 19: The Dustbowl Revival | Sweetwater String Band

June 26: Doobie Decibel System

July 3: Mumbo Gumbo

July 10: The Blues Monsters | Groove Foundry

July 17: Jelly Bread

July 24: Dirty Revival

July 31: Gene Evaro, Jr.

Aug. 7: Devon Allman Band

Aug. 14: Midtown Social

Aug. 21: Dead Winter Carpenters

Aug. 28: Boca do Rio

Sept. 4: Joy & Madness

TAHOE CITY, Calif. — The popular Concerts at Commons Beach music series returns to Tahoe City this summer from June 19 through Sept. 4 with a dynamic mix of touring artists and local bands.

Concerts are presented in partnership with the Tahoe City Downtown Association and Tahoe City PUD and are held every Sunday in summer from 4-7 p.m., with a 3 p.m. start for the kick-off concert on June 19.

Concert-goers enjoy ice cream, barbecue, and salads from local vendors, as well as wine from Barefoot Wine and Bubbly and Lagunitas beer. Guests are welcome to bring picnics, blankets and low back chairs from home for a perfect evening by the lake.

“With incredible lake views, an exceptional music lineup and fantastic food, Concerts at Commons Beach is one of Lake Tahoe’s favorite Sunday traditions,” said Stacie Lyans, executive director of TCDA. “Come early for a great day on the beach with your friends.”

The free shows are supported through the generosity of community sponsors. Sponsors are still being accepted for 2016. Visit concertsatcommonsbeach.com to learn more.

This article was provided on behalf of the Tahoe City Downtown Association. Visit visittahoecity.com to learn more.

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