Heavenly summer concerts conclude
Heavenly Village’s Free Summer Concert Series comes to a close this weekend with three returning bands from Sept. 2-4, each playing at 5 p.m.
Mister Wonderful, a band that covers dance music from the ‘60s to today, begins the festivities on Friday, Sept. 2, marking their third appearance at this summer’s series.
“They take great pride in doing covers in unexpected ways, like a Reggae version of CCR, or a Country version of Snoop Dogg, or mixing Metallica and Journey — yeah, they went there. Mister Wonderful really does have something for everyone,” states the band’s website.
Sacramento-based Hit Parade also makes their third appearance and continues the throwback trend with their performance on Saturday, Sept. 3.
“With a variation of over 200 songs stretching from the ‘80s to the present, from Pop to Dance, Country to Classic Rock, and everything in between, we definitely have all the variety you may need to make your event a success,” according to the group’s Facebook page.
Two-time performers at Heavenly’s 2016 summer concert series, BrickHouse, draw the weekend to a close with their catalog of hits from artists such as Billy Idol, P!nk, Meghan Trainor, David Bowie and more.
“From Madonna and Lady GaGa to Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean to Journey and Bon Jovi. BrickHouse has your good time, feel good, dance/rock needs fully covered! Come down for the energetic live show, throw your hands in the air, dance all night and party with the band!” states the band’s Facebook page.
Each performance begins at 5 p.m. at Heavenly Village, located at 1001 Heavenly Village Way.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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