Tahoe Action: Hot Club of San Francisco at Alibi,The Lacs at Bally’s, live music at CBC

Staff Report

Hot Club of San Francisco at Incline Public House

Get down with the ensemble Hot Club of San Francisco at Alibi Ale Works Incline Public House at 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 29.

The ensemble is a part of the Arts for Schools organization, and is made up of accomplished and versatile musicians that will bring listeners back to the popular jazz clubs of the 1930’s in Paris.

The show will feature the original arrangements of Paul Mehling and violin of twice Grammy award winning Evan Price.

Tickets are $10 for youth and $20 for adults and can be purchased online at

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Bingo at Incline Public House

Join Richie Ronne at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at Alibli Ale Works Incline Public House for a night of Millennial Hipster Bingo.

Grab a bingo sheet and a dabber and order your favorite on draft beer at the counter before finding your seat and playing to win gift cards, prizes, and beer samplers with friends. Food will be available for purchase as well.

It’s free to participate in this event, and minors should be accompanied by an adult.

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Live Music at Glasses Wine Bar

Beginning at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 30, Subra Doyle will putting on a live music show at Glasses Wine Bar in Incline Village. Buy a glass of wine and watch Doyle perform some covers, some originals, and prepare to have a great time.

This event is free to the public, and reservations are strongly recommended.

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The Lacs at Bally’s Lake Tahoe

The Lacs will be performing at Bally’s Lake Tahoe at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 30. Tickets are still available on <a href="; id="link-cb7f6c9bdae3c314d8aea36f018c654a" target="_self"></a>.
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Get ready for a night of good times and great vibes with The Lacs at Bally’s Lake Tahoe. Starting at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, the Georgia-based county rap duo will be taking the stage in South Lake Tahoe, with tickets starting at $25 (plus taxes/fees) on

Clay Sharpe and Brian King have been performing together for over a decade, combing the styles of country, southern rock, rap and the blues to create their own mix of something fantastic.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult 21 or over, and children under 6 are not allowed in the venue.

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Live music at the Crystal Bay Club

The Dead Winter Carpenters will be performing at the Crystal Bay Club this Saturday, April 30 with Achilles Wheel starting at 8 p.m.. Tickets are available now for $17, but prices will go up the day of the show.
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Dead Winter Carpenters will be performing with Achilles Wheel at the Crystal Bay Club and Casino starting at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 30 in the Crown Room. The 21 and over event costs $17 (plus taxes/fees) in advanced, and $23 (plus taxes/fees) on the day of the show.

The local group has been said to redefine what string music is through their youthful lens, and are reminiscent of genre benders like Jack White, Chris Thile, and more.

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UC Davis Tahoe Science Lecture Series

From 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, the UC Davis Tahoe Science Center will be holding an organic gardening and fertilizer seminar, which focuses on teaching participants on how to grow at a higher elevation taught by Master Gardener Heather Adams.

The free events will be held on Zoom and should be pre-registered for. There will be an in person event to register for as well that will be happening on May 7.

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Heavenly Village Summer Concert Series kicks off

The Heavenly Village Summer Concert Series will be kicking of with a special preview for Cinco De Mayo ahead of the start of the series on Memorial Day weekend.

Starting at 4 p.m., Mariachi Cazadores will be taking the stage under the Gondola, with discounted margaritas and taco specials at participating locations, including Gunbarrel, Fire and Ice, and Azul.

This event is free to the public.

For more information about this free concert series, visit

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