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Heifer Belles play free on Valhalla Tahoe’s Grand Lawn

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The Heifer Belles play a free show Sunday, July 3, as part of the Valhalla Art, Music and Theatre Festival.
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If you go

What: Heifer Belles

When: 12 p.m. Sunday, July 3

Where: Valhalla Grand Lawn

Tickets: Free

Info: http://www.valhallatahoe.com

“Original back porch Americana” comes to the Valhalla Art, Music and Theatre Festival this weekend with a free performance by the Heifer Belles on Valhalla’s Grand Lawn.

“Heifer Belles started out as three gals meeting weekly for some music, food, drink and fun,” according to the trio’s online biography. “The next thing you know we have a bass player and are playing local gigs! Who’d a thought!”

The show starts at noon Sunday, July 3, at Valhalla Tahoe’s historic lakefront site.

Also at the festival this week the Tahoe Improv Players perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 5, and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” runs through July 3, before returning July 14-17 and July 28-30.

“From the depths of American drama comes an evening of fast-paced punches and wicked comedy,” according to a press release for the festival. “Come join George and Martha, and their guests, Nick and Honey, for an evening of ‘fun and games’ as they embark on a biting battle of wits. Edward Albee’s Tony Award-winning tale of dangerous illusion and toxic truth centers on four unforgettable characters locked in a destructive battle called marriage. In the wee hours of the night, the liquor runs freely and dark secrets pour out. Considered a masterpiece of American theatre, ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ is sure to leave the audience breathless. Due to profanity and sexual innuendo, this play is recommended for mature audiences.”

The festival’s Artist in Residence series also starts this week with Bonita Gohler and Karen Krueger creating art on site.

Valhalla is located off State Route 89 just west of Camp Richardson.

More information on the events, as well as a full schedule, is available at http://www.valhallatahoe.com.

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