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Labor Day Weekend sales and grand finale concert on Commons Beach in Tahoe City

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; Itand#8217;s Labor Day Weekend in Downtown Tahoe City and summer isnand#8217;t over yet. Get ready for an afternoon on the beach and weekend shopping spree. Bring the whole family into town starting Saturday, Sept. 4 for live music, discounts, specials and the grand finale Concert on Commons Beach on Sunday, Sept. 5.

Annual Sidewalk Sale

Donand#8217;t miss another fabulous reason to Buy Local North Tahoe at the 7th Annual Downtown Tahoe City Labor Day Weekend Sidewalk Sale Saturday, Sept. 4 through Monday, Sept. 6.



Spend $50 in your favorite three stores as part of and#8220;The national 3/50 Project.and#8221; For every $100 spent in locally owned independent stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll and other expenditures (from http://www.The350Project.net). Live music will also be on schedule in Heritage Plaza on Saturday afternoon with and#8220;Crazy and Emily Tessmer live.and#8221; Explore numerous Tahoe City restaurants for dining and drink specials.

Final Concert on Commons Beach



Bill Champlin and the Sons of Champlin wind up the free beachfront summer concert series. Grab a low back chair and head to Commons Beach starting at 3 p.m. and with The Beer Gardeners then Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter-keyboardist Bill Champlin with The Sons of Champlin. Open to all ages.

Remember to bring a few bucks to support the North Tahoe Boosters Club Community Barbecue. Dinner tickets are $10, raffle tickets are $5 each with a grand prize of $500 cash other amazing tems. All proceeds go to the North Tahoe Boosters Club. BBQ starts at 2 p.m.

For a full event schedule, activity listings and to purchase tickets in advance click to http://www.VisitTahoeCity.com or call the Tahoe City Downtown Association at (530) 583-3348.


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