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Dave Matthews rocks enthusiastic crowd at Lake Tahoe (Gallery)

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Dave Matthews Band performing at Harvey's Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
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STATELINE, Nev. — Dave Matthews Band performed in front of an enthusiastic crowd Tuesday night at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe.  

Founding members Dave Matthews, Stefan Lessard, and Carter Beauford were in peak form as were the latest additions to the band’s ensemble. The band opened with “Fool In The Rain,” a nod to legendary musician Robert Plant who graced the same stage just over a week ago, and continued with numerous hits from past albums.  

As anticipated, the evening brought many familiar tracks that were performed with new arrangements, yet the band was as precise as a German engine. The rows of seats that normally line the outdoor arena were removed to provide general admission ticket holders the freedom to stand wherever they could stake a claim.  

CJ and her friends from Reno waiting for Dave Matthews Band to take the stage.
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Kensy celebrating her 11th birthday with her parents and her first concert with Dave Matthews Band.
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Dave Matthews Band performing at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, Aug. 30
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Tami and her family from Gardenerville waiting for Dave Matthews Band to perform.
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Paul and Melanie excited about the setlist they were given by a Dave Matthews Band crewmember.
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Dave Matthews Band performing at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
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Sophie and Sundy from Reno waiting for Dave Matthews band to perform.
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James and his guests from Los Angeles anxiously await Dave Matthews Band to take the stage.
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Dave Matthews Band performing at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
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