Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness set to rock Harrah’s Lake Tahoe |

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness set to rock Harrah’s Lake Tahoe

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness takes the stage at Harrah's Lake Tahoe on Saturday, Feb. 24.
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What: Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

When: Saturday, Feb. 24, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Harrah’s Lake Tahoe

Tickets: Start at $33.48


Everyone who went through an alternative rock phase in the 2000s knows the name Andrew McMahon, the former frontman of groups Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin — the latter being the band responsible for hits “Dark Blue” and “Dear Jack.”

But in 2014 the pianist and vocalist began a new project: Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. Under this title, the musician has released two solo albums to date: “Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness” and “Zombies on Broadway.” The former is marked by the single “Cecilia and the Satellite,” while singles “Fire Escape” and “So Close” lead the second.

And this weekend concert-goers in the Tahoe Basin will have the opportunity to enjoy the singer-songwriter’s music live on South Shore.

On Saturday, Feb. 24, McMahon headlines Harrah’s Lake Tahoe in Stateline — and for those who enjoy dancy alternative rock, pop punk and indie, this one’s for you.

Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show begin at $33.48 and are available online via Ticketmaster. (While the show is general admission and standing room-only, there is a more expensive, beat-the-line ticket option.)

Guests must be at least 18 years of age in order to attend the gig, which is held in the venue’s South Shore Room.

Learn more about McMahon at or on Facebook (@andrewmcmahonmusic), Twitter (@andrewmcmahon) and Instagram (@amnthewilderness).

Harrah’s Lake Tahoe is located at 15 U.S. 50.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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