Live at Lakeview to host several reggae acts |

Live at Lakeview to host several reggae acts

Reggae will be the reason at Live at Lakeview this Thursday, July 28.
Adam Jensen / File Photo |

If you go

What: Sugar Cane Experience

When: 4:30 p.m. Thursday, July 28

Where: Lakeview Commons

Tickets: Free


Several artists from Sugar Cane Records will bring the irie vibes to Live at Lakeview this week.

Sugar Cane Records is based on Arcata, California, and focuses on reggae and soul recordings.

Billed as the Sugar Cane Experience, Jah Sun, Dubtonic Kru, Raphael and Lion D are set to play the free lakefront music series this Thursday, July 28.

“His songs are written in Jamaican Patois and his conscious lyrics describe the world through music, using it as a way to denounce unjustice and to express his own spirituality,” according to Lion D’s online biography. “He has voiced all reggae styles, from sing-jaying to new roots to late dancehall and hip-hop.”

Reggae act Moonbase opens Thursday’s show.

Live at Lakeview runs every Thursday through Aug. 25 and includes art on the beach, a variety of local merchants, food, beer, views of Lake Tahoe and amphitheater-style seating.

Happy hour will take place in the Live at Lakeview beer garden until 5 p.m. Proceeds from the beer garden will continue to support South Tahoe BMX Association.

Parking near the venue is limited and additional parking is available at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center at 1601 Rufus Allen Blvd. A complimentary bike valet service is offered every week, and biking and carpooling is strongly encouraged.

Lakeview Commons is located at the corner of Lakeview Avenue and U.S. Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe.

More information is available at or by connecting Live at Lakeview on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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