Bass Camp brings the beats to South Shore |

Bass Camp brings the beats to South Shore

Caitlin Row
Managing Editor
Bass Camp Festival IV spans two days at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino this weekend.
Courtesy / Bass Camp |

August is upon us — and there’s plenty to do at the lake this week.

Whether you’re here for Bass Camp or just enjoying the views, be sure to use Lake Tahoe Action’s #TahoeSnaps hashtag when you post your Tahoe-centric photos to Instagram.

We love our reader-generated images, and we’ll repost and reverse publish top images in Lake Tahoe Action and the Tribune.

Here are a couple weekend (photo-friendly) picks for fun around town:

1. Bass Camp

Dig out that body paint and buy some glow sticks; PLUR (peace, love, unity and respect, duh) is in the house! This electric dance music-focused South Shore mainstay is sure to be the place to be this weekend.

Bass Camp Festival IV returns to Stateline’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino this Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 6-7. It offers three stages, a grassy “chill” area and a variety of EDM artists for your listening-pleasure.

General and VIP tickets are still available. Check out for more information.

2. Car show

Vintage automobile fans, rejoice! The 31st annual Hot Tahoe Cruisin’ South Shore Car Show continues through the weekend at Heavenly Village. Spectator admission is free and cars on display span the 1920s to present day. Find out more at

3. Plenty of entertainment to choose from

In the mood for live music, but not going to Bass Camp? Tahoe’s South Shore has a full calendar this week — including artists like Steele Breeze and Hit Parade, Halden Wofford & the Hi*Beams and more. Check out Lake Tahoe Action for a full schedule of events.

And if you’re hankering for comedy, Saturday Night Live’s youngest current cast member, Pete Davidson, will perform Saturday, Aug. 6, at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa.

Pick up Lake Tahoe Action around town today — or head to

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