Music on the Beach adds show |

Music on the Beach adds show

KINGS BEACH, Calif. andamp;#8212; The NTBA has added one more show to the 2011 season for the Kings Beach Music on the Beach series. The free concerts have become more and more popular, with the 2011 year seeing record crowds Friday nights in Kings Beach. The additional show, scheduled for Friday, Aug. 26, 6 p.m., features North Tahoe local band Jacked-Up.andamp;#8220;This music series was absolutely fantastic this year with bigger crowds and more dancing than ever,andamp;#8221; said Cheri Sprenger, executive director of the North Tahoe Business Association. andamp;#8220;It has been great to see all the people strolling through Kings Beach on Friday nights heading to the shows. We are excited to add one more concert for the community that continues to support this event.andamp;#8221;Never missing a beat, Lake Tahoe based Jacked-Up, keeps the good vibes flowing with classic / alternative rock and roll. The show will start earlier than usual, going 6-8 p.m.Sponsors for the 2011 series included Rockwood Tree Service, Hooked Up Sport Fishing, Truckee Hometown Sears Store, La Mexicana, North Tahoe Public Utility District, Tahoe Daveandamp;#8217;s Skis andamp; Boards, Taneva Auto Parts, Jon Krauss LTD, Tahoe Biltmore and Eco Print andamp; Imaging. Media sponsors include the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce, Tahoe TV, Moonshine Ink and The WEEKLY.Throughout the series, concert attendees had the opportunity to enjoy beverages including draft brews from Great Basin Brewery at the NTBA booth. The NTBA also has 2011 Music on the Beach T-shirts and beach blankets for sale at the booth.For more information about the Kings Beach Music on the Beach series, contact the North Tahoe Business Association at 530-546-9000 or visit andamp;#8220;kings beach musicandamp;#8221; in Facebook to become a fan of the music series.andamp;#8212; Submitted to

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