Linkin Park, Eric Church added to 2017 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series
The bookings for the 2017 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series at Harveys Lake Tahoe are wrapping up with the addition of Linkin Park and Eric Church.
Alternative rock group Linkin Park takes the outdoor stage first with a performance on Friday, Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. The concert comes as part of the group’s One More Light World Tour, named after their upcoming release “One More Light,” which drops May 19.
“The ‘One More Light World Tour’ set list will combine the biggest hits of Linkin Park’s expansive career, as well as material from the new album, with all the intense high energy and passion the band is known for,” states a press release from Harrah’s & Harveys Lake Tahoe.
“Our fans know how much love we put into our live show,” guitarist Brad Delson said. “They know how much we enjoy the connection when we play a fan favorite on stage. The emotional and sonic content of this new batch of songs is going to bring a whole new dimension to the show.”
Machine Gun Kelly joins Linkin Park for the gig, which kicks off an action-packed Labor Day weekend that also includes two performances from country star Eric Church on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 2-3.
“When Eric Church’s 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour launched in January, the 62-stop tour encompassing 40+ states and provinces in less than five months promised to give fans everything in Church’s arsenal,” states a press release from Harrah’s & Harveys Lake Tahoe.
The artist is known for songs including “Springsteen,” “Drink In My Hand” and “Record Year.” Supporting acts for Church’s concerts are yet to be announced.
Tickets for Linkin Park’s concert — which begin at $69.50, plus tax and fees — go on sale to the public on Friday, May 12, at 10 a.m. Tickets for both Church gigs go on sale to the public on Friday, May 19, at 10 a.m. and also start at $69.50, plus tax and fees.
All Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series tickets are sold online via Ticketmaster.
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