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Electric folk group Moonalice headlines Truckee’s Music in the Park

Moonalice takes the stage at Truckee River Regional Park on Wednesday, Aug. 2.
Courtesy / Bob Minkin

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What: Moonalice

When: Wednesday, Aug. 2, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Truckee River Regional Park

Tickets: Free

Info: http://www.tdrpd.org

Free concerts abound as North Shore welcomes San Francisco-based Moonalice to Truckee River Regional Park on Wednesday, Aug. 2.

“Moonalice is a psychedelic, roots-rock band of seasoned musicians mixing a variety of genres with extended musical improvisations that evoke a sense of adventure and exploration. Everyone is part of the experience and the music inspires dancing and other acts of self-expression,” states the band’s online biography.

This gig is one you certainly won’t want to miss.

“Moonalice plays mostly original material mixed with several covers, and during their extended freeform jams the band moves as one, drawing from many musical genres honed from years of experience playing with various major acts,” continues the bio.

The group, which consists of guitarists Roger McNamee and Barry Sless, keyboardist Pete Sears and drummer John Molo, began touring in 2007, two years prior to releasing its self-titled first album.

Moonalice’s creativity shines through in areas aside from the music, too: At each Moonalice show, fans receive an original art poster that memorializes the event.

The Truckee performance, held at Salty Gebhardt Amphitheater, begins at 6:30 p.m. and is open to all ages.

The venue is located at 10500 Brockway Road.

Additional information is available online at http://www.tdrpd.org.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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