Valhalla festival offers variety of entertainment
August 3, 2005
Looking for something cool to do during the dog days of summer?
Then visit the Valhalla Arts & Music Festival during its Hot August Night series the week of August 11 through 18. All events begin at 7:30 p.m.
— Thursday – Men of Worth
Maestros of the music, mirth and melancholy of their homelands, Irishman James Keigher and Scotsman Donnie Macdonald are the spellbinding Men of Worth. There’s nothing like the real thing in Celtic music, and Men of Worth are the real thing.
–Aug. 12 – The Lao Tizer Band
This award-winning jazz fusion band really knows how to lay a groove down. Lao Tizer played with The Rippingtons, Jethro Tull and The Doobie Brothers before snagging “Best New Artist of the Year” at the National Smooth Jazz Awards. A hot concert you don’t want to miss.
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–Aug. 13 – Sara and Swingtime Roaring 20’s Dance
Grab your dancing shoes for the fabulous swing sound of Sara and Swingtime, presented as part of the 20th annual Great Gatsby Festival. Featuring music from 1910 to 1930, Sara and Swingtime recreates the wonderful era of the speakeasy, ragtime, the Charleston and an exciting new music form called “swing.”
–Aug. 18 – Muriel Anderson
Muriel Anderson is a premier finger-picking style guitarist who does everything from Bach minuets, Sousa marches, Spanish flamenco, the Beatles and beyond to her own compositions, all flavored with a gentle sense of humor. Anderson is the only woman to win the coveted National Guitar Fingerpicking Championships.
Tickets for all events are $14 in advance or $16 at the door. For more information call (530) 541-4975.
The Valhalla Arts & Music Festival, sponsored by the Tahoe Tallac Association, is located on the Tallac Historic Site three miles north of the “Y” on Highway 89, and operates under special use permit with the USFSDA.