Free summer concerts around Lake Tahoe winding down for season |

Free summer concerts around Lake Tahoe winding down for season

The sun sets on a Live at Lakeview performance.
Ryan Hoffman / Lake Tahoe Action file photo

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What: Free music around Lake Tahoe

When: Friday, Aug. 24, 7:30 p.m. / Sunday, Aug. 26, 4 p.m. / Thursday, Aug. 30, 4:30 p.m.

Where: Kings Beach State Recreation Area / Commons Beach / Lakeview Commons

Tickets: Free

Summer is winding down, which means free music series on the shores of Tahoe also are winding down. Here’s a look a free music around the lake:

Music on the Beach Lineup

There’s only two performances left for the season at the Kings Beach summer music series.

This Friday features Achilles Wheel — a group described as “a high energy California based rock and roll band that blurs the lines between genres and fuses an infectious blend of roots and world music, rockadelia.”

All shows start at 6:30 p.m. and take place at Kings Beach State Recreation Area, located at then end of Bear Street. Drinks and food are available for purchase. Outside alcohol and pets are not permitted.

Concerts at Commons Beach

Like the Kings Beach series, there are only two more performances in this Sunday music series. Midtown Social headlines this Sunday’s show, which starts at 4 p.m.

Local vendors sell beer, wine, soft drinks and food, according to the event FAQ. Outside food and beverages also are welcome. Commons Beach is located in downtown Tahoe City at 400 North Lake Blvd.

Live at Lakeview

The annual South Shore summer music festival wraps up the season with one final blowout evening of music. The headliner remains a secret, although event organizer On Course Events says it will be a reggae act.

Confirmed special guests for the evening include VTA – Vincenzo Thomas Amato, Seth Hall, Miki Rae and Robbie Dub + More.

This free event runs from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Lakeview Commons is located at 1001 Lakeview Ave., in South Lake Tahoe.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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