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Tahoe’s Lakeview Loft to host roots, reggae and ska

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Reggae act the Irieites perform in Stateline, Thursday, Jan. 14.
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If you go

What: Sacto Storytellers, the Irieites

When: 9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14

Where: Lakeview Loft

Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Info: http://mkt.com/FNCTN

Roots, reggae and ska will fill Stateline’s Lakeview Loft Thursday, Jan. 14, for the latest show by South Shore event promoters FNCTN.

The Sacto Storytellers headline the performance, part of a nine-week winter music series created by FNCTN. The group plays a mix of reggae, roots and ska and speaks about world issues while promoting peace, unity and love.

“Mark your calendars and come take a quick trip up and jam out with us at the cozy Lakeview Loft,” the band said in an announcement of the show on Facebook. “There may even be snow falling to add to the experience. We can’t wait!”

Reggae-roots act the Irieites open the show, and a special guest DJ is also set to perform.

“The venue last month couldn’t have treated Tahoe locals better,” FNCTN’s Mike Peron said an announcement for the show. “The attendees and band members were in awe as they walked through the door the first time; from the game room to the sound setup and the good people all around, it’s the perfect venue for a Tahoe FNCTN.”

Doors open at 9 p.m. Admission is $10 in advance at Tahoe Hemp Company or online at http://mkt.com/FNCTN. Tickets will be $15 at the door. Admission is half off on snow days, and drink specials will be available, according to the announcement.

Lakeview Loft is located above Dart Beverage Center at 148 U.S. Highway 50 in Stateline.

FNCTN is also behind a Roger That Bassment Party on Friday, Jan. 15, at Xhale Lounge in Stateline that will feature electronic dance music from Manny Maze and Joyzu.

More information is available at http://mkt.com/FNCTN.


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