KINGS BEACH, Calif. — This broken record sounds pretty good. Music on the Beach free concert in Kings Beach has set attendance marks the first five shows. North Tahoe Business Association, producers of the event, have four more Friday night concerts this season.“It is wonderful to see so many people coming out and enjoying Music on the Beach concerts this summer,” the North Tahoe Business Association executive director, Joy Doyle, said in a press release. “The word is out how much fun the concerts are, with a great variety of inspiring music. If you haven’t checked it out, there is still plenty of time with four more concerts every Friday evening through Aug. 31” Concerts take place 6:30-8:30 pm at the Kings Beach State Recreation Area. Attendees are encourages to arrive early to get a good spot. Beverages and merchandise are on sale starting at 6 p.m.n Friday, Aug. 10 — Music on the Beach will feature One Track Mind, a band from Truckee that plays roots rock ’n’ roll with a twist. The concert also is he kick-off for the Ta-Hoe Nalu Paddle Festival so the beach will be bustling with activity. n Aug. 17 — Zanzibar from the Bay Area will take the stage and perform afrofunk Latin groove, many original compositions, and bring a refreshing and new sound to the Tahoe musical landscape. n Aug. 24 — Downbeat will perform, featuring gritty, booty-shakin’ funk and soul. n Aug. 31 — The concert series will wrap up with the Tyler Matthew Smith Band, from Nevada City playing an inspiring blend of folk, soul and world music to close out the series.While enjoying great, free, live music performances concert attendees will also have the opportunity to purchase Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Sierra Nevada Summer Ale, wine and Music on the Beach t-shirts, sweatshirts and Kings Beach souvenirs. Before, during or after the show, attendees are encouraged to order and pick up Music on the Beach Grab and Go Food Specials from Kings Beach restaurants including Caliente!, Kings Cafe, La Mexicana, Las Panchitas, Peluso’s APizza and The Grid Bar andamp; Grill. For more information about Music on the Beach or to volunteer, please visit www. NorthTahoeBusiness.org or call 530-546-9000. Search “kings beach music” on Facebook to ”like” Music on the Beach, the free 9-week concert series in Kings Beach.
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