Charlie Puth to perform at Harveys 2018 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series |

Charlie Puth to perform at Harveys 2018 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series

A crowd anticipates night one of Jack Johnson's sold out tour stop at Harvey's Lake Tahoe on Friday, July 28, 2017.

Though it’s not officially winter, the 2018 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series is beginning to take shape.

Harveys Lake Tahoe announced Monday, Dec. 18, that multi-platinum pop artist Charlie Puth will perform at the venue’s outodoor arena on Saturday, Aug. 18.

As part of Puth’s “The Voicenotes Tour,” multi-platinum recording artist Hailee Steinfeld will open the show.

“The Voicenotes Tour” will celebrate Puth’s new album, “VOICENOTES,” which is due out in 2018. The album is preceded by Puth’s current single, “How Long.”

With close to 300 million streams worldwide, the single has proven popular in the U.S. and abroad, reaching No. 1 on iTunes “Global Singles” charts and Mexico’s “Ingles Airplay,” while earning both gold certification in Australia and silver certification in the United Kingdom, according to a press release.

Steinfeld has a series of hits under her belt, including her 2015 platinum certified debut single “Love Myself,” double platinum selling “Starving” with Grey (featuring Zedd), and platinum selling “Most Girls.” To date, Steinfeld has amassed a total of nearly 2 billion streams globally, according to the press release.

Most recently, Steinfeld released her new single “Let Me Go,” which pairs her with country music act Florida Georgia Line.

Tickets will go on sale starting Friday, Dec. 22. Visit or for more details and ticket information. Prices range from $39.50 to $69.50 per ticket, plus tax and Ticketmaster fees, according to Harveys.

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