Live at Lakeview continues with performances from Element of Soul and Tahoe locals Taking Root
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What: Element of Soul
When: Thursday, July 27, 4:30 p.m.
Where: Lakeview Commons
The region’s entertainment line-up for the week — which includes a handful of reggae performances — wraps up and continues the trend with a performance from Element of Soul on Thursday, July 27.
Live at Lakeview hosts a reggae-rock show at Lakeview Commons featuring two bands who are no strangers to the basin.
“Element of Soul is an outlook on life. We truly believe in getting back what you put out. Be good to people, show your love for everyone and everything, we are one.
“By speaking good messages and putting out positive energy on stage, EoS only hopes to inspire, to make your soul move, groove and feel the flow of life,” states the band’s online biography.
The band officially formed in 2009 and released its first full-length album in 2012.
“From the biggest concert venues to the smallest of sports bars, this high energy act constantly has an affect on the crowd that causes dancing, singing, smiles and laughter.
“Whether it’s an acoustic set, the full band, or a dance party by DJ Zephyr, Element of Soul offers a diverse and genre-friendly package of entertainment,” concludes the bio.
South Shore locals Taking Root will round out the evening of reggae.
The gig begins at 4:30 p.m. at Lakeview Commons, located at the intersection of U.S. 50 and Lakeview Avenue.
The venue hosts a free bike valet each week, and free parking is available at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center (1180 Rufus Allen Blvd.).
— Lake Tahoe Action
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