Valhalla concerts conclude this week |

Valhalla concerts conclude this week

Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune Members of the band Raw Nature, from left, Liz Broscoe, Wesley Orsolic and Greg McLean, will perform tonight at the Valhalla Boathouse Theater.

The Valhalla Arts & Music Festival is wrapping up its Summer Concert Series this week with two great bands playing the Boathouse Theater.

Raw Nature ( takes the stage tonight performing funk, rock and blues with plenty of original expression. Celebrating the release of their third CD, “Back on Track,” Tuesday night’s concert also will include an appearance of the drum troupe Java Djembe and a CD release party with copies available for purchase at the venue.

Raw Nature has found their own innovative niche within the context of conventional styles. Their original material rocks with powerful, melodic guitar work, tight, fat back grooves and funky bass lines.

One of Northern California’s most exciting soul/R&B bands, Soul Syndicate, performs Thursday with a concert of hip R&B classics, awe-inspiring soul and high octane original songs.

The group’s popularity over the past six years has made them one of the most sought after acts in both California and Oregon. Once you catch their show, especially when performed in the beautiful Boathouse Theater, you will agree a Soul Syndicate concert is an event you won’t want to miss.

Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. and are performed at the Valhalla Boathouse Theater situated on the shore of Lake Tahoe, three miles north of the “Y” on State Route 89 just past Camp Richardson.

Ticket prices are $12 in advance and $14 at the door. All Valhalla Arts & Music Festival tickets are available at the South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce and the Valhalla box office. For a more complete festival schedule, more information or to reach the box office, contact the Tahoe Tallac Association at (530) 541-4975 or visit

– Provided to the Tribune

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