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Live at Lakeview Backstage Pass | Episode 6

Event life isn’t always exciting + glamorous. With less than 1 month til the first Live at Lakeview of summer, it’s officially crunch time! That means lots of meetings, interviews + preparation for a super fun-filled summer in Lake Tahoe!

The 2017 lineup drops next week! Stay tuned + stay connected for your Backstage Pass!

Video Credit: Leslie Schultz
: Funk Party by GRiZ

Grand Finale Concert

Tonight’s the grand finale of another incredible season of Live at Lakeview. Come join us for an evening of great reggae music, great people, & great vibes!


Season three of Live at Lakeview comes to an end with one last reggae concert to end the summer!

Brooklyn native Rocker-T has been guided by a higher power and life experience to vocalize the messages of peace, love and equality worldwide. He is a promoter of truth and rights through music. His array of musical knowledge and the spiritual teachings he’s acquired throughout life have enabled him to not only blaze trails in many genres, but to create a unique voice which touches spirits around the world from all walks of life.


Rocker-T is an international underground sensation who is respected by many top artists of several genres, and this popularity has enabled him to tour Japan with Jamalski, Europe with the NYC Ska Mob, the West Coast several times in many forms, the US twice with the IRT Band (once with Shinehead), and in Mexico, Trinidad, and Panama. He has recorded internationally including three songs produced in Germany for Dr. Ring Ding’s album “Diggin Up Dirt” and “Sensi in the Club” recorded while living in Amsterdam, released by Owen Maigret’s Conquering Lion Soundz. His West Coast tours with Jah Warrior Shelter Hi-Fi were a major influence on West Coast sound systems as they saturated the area with their authentic Jamaican style sound system.

4th Of July Fun Starts a Day Early in South Lake Tahoe

Happy Thursday South Lake Tahoe! 4th of July fun starts a day early on the south shore, so get ready to celebrate! FREE live music on the beach starts at 4:30 pm with Taking Root, then we move into the birthday celebration with Lavish Green! 19 years ago (to the day) local rockers, Lavish Green played their very first gig at a house party on Alameda avenue. 19 years later, their original front man Rob Giustina (aka Robby Jah) hosts their anniversary celebration down the street from where it all started!

Here’s a taste of what to expect from Lavish Green tonight!

See you at the beach!

Live at Lakeview Trucker Hats Coming Soon!

We had the pleasure of hanging out with the guys from RISE Designs this afternoon to do some color selection for this season’s Live at Lakeview Trucker Hat.


Marley & Mike always have an awesome variety to choose from and we’re pretty excited about how sick they are going to be! Check out some of the hats they made for us last season:


Stay tuned to find out how you can score a limited edition Live at Lakeview Trucker Hat!

The First Week of Summer in South Lake Tahoe!

There’s a lot of anticipation building here in South Lake Tahoe as we get closer to the debut of the third season of the Live at Lakeview Summer Music Series! The first concert of the summer is next Thursday, June 26th!

If you’re looking for ways to help the time pass a little faster (and have a ton of fun in the meantime) we’ve got your back! There’s a ton of super fun things to do in Lake Tahoe to enjoy the first week of summer!

Tonight Join us from 5:00 – 8:30 pm down at Lakeview Commons for a Volunteer Recruitment Party!  We’ll be cooking up some free food for everyone that attends! That’s right, FREE FOOD! We’ll also be sharing all the juicy details on the upcoming lineup, new features of the concerts, and ways to get involved.


Friday 6/20 – The Heavenly Village Summer Concert Series continues with more FREE concerts! This Friday you can catch Live at Lakeview favorites, The Mark Sexton Band. This is also the final day to rack up some extra miles for the Tahoe Bike Challenge so take a nice long bike ride before the live music kicks off at 5:00 pm.


Saturday 6/21 SUMMER SOLSTICE! – Celebrate the longest day of the year by exploring the outdoors! Go for a hike to see the wild flowers or one of the hundreds of beautiful lakes in the Tahoe Basin! End this extra long day with more FREE live music at The Heavenly Village Summer Concert Series and you’ll get to enjoy another Live at Lakeview veteran, Island of Black & White!

Sunday Funday 6/22 – Local hot spot, Steamers Bar & Grill, is helping you cure your Summer Solstice hangover with a Bloody Mary contest from 12:00 – 4:00 pm. PLUS you can catch another round of live music from the last band to take the Live at Lakeview stage, Arden Park Roots!


Monday 6/23 – With temps expected to reach the 80’s today, I strongly recommend spending Monday at the beach working on that summer tan! Bring a few friends, some sunscreen, and you’re set for a perfect Tahoe day!

Tuesday 6/24 – The Harvey’s Outdoor Concerts kick off Tuesday with Sarah Mclaughlin. This multi-platinum, grammy award winning superstar will start her show at 8:00 pm so get there early if you plan to tailgate!

Wednesday 6/25 – The inaugural Cycle Celebration is going down at the Heavenly Village from 5:30 – 7:30 pm to celebrate all the participants of the 9th Annual Tahoe Bike Challenge! FREE live music with The Sierra Drifters, awards, giveaways, and lots of fun is in store at this totally free event!


THURSDAY 6/26 – The wait is over!!! Live at Lakeview returns to Lakeview Commons in South Lake Tahoe with Peter Joseph Burtt & The Kindtide w/ special guests Liquid Kactus!   As usual, the show runs from 4:30 – 8:30 pm! Parking is super limited this season with all the construction around Harrison Avenue so utilize the FREE parking at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center (1180 Rufus Allen Blvd) or ride your bike to take advantage of the FREE Bike Valet!


See you soon Live at Lakeview fans!

Triumphant Returns!

We’ve been blessed to host dozens of super talented musicians on the Live at Lakeview stage over the past two summers. When we started looking at the 2014 lineup, it was hard not to bring back every band from last year but in an effort to keep things fresh we will only have three Live at Lakeview headliner repeats this season!


On July 3rd, local favorites, Lavish Green make their triumphant return to Live at Lakeview as they celebrate 19 years of rockin’ hearts & souls here in Tahoe! That’s right, July 3, 2014 happens to be their 19th anniversary and we’re beyond stoked to host such an incredible celebration!

2On July 10th, we’re bringing back one of our favorite opening acts from 2012 and 2013, Tracorum! Third time’s a charm for these guys as they are now headliners for the show with the local bluegrass sounds of The Sierra Drifters kicking things off at 4:30 pm! Tracorum is an incredibly talented Rock n’ Soul band from San Francisco who’s been blowing up across California and throughout the US. Watching artists blossom from opening acts to killer headliners is a beautiful thing and we can’t wait for them to return to the Live at Lakeview stage this July!


Another three-peat performer for Live at Lakeview, 40 Watt Hype, returns August 7th with their eclectic sound that always gets the crowd moving! Every season, this is always my favorite show because their talent is unmatched and the vibe is felt all around the venue. Take a look at the fun we’ve had with 40 Watt Hype over the past two seasons:

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We have some really outstanding music coming to Live at Lakeview this summer! If you haven’t already done so, take a good look at the lineup and get STOKED!

Summer is almost here!



2014 Live at Lakeview Summer Lineup Released!

Each Thursday night will feature a different genre of music ranging from Rock & Roll, Blues, Reggae, Americana, Funk & Soul, Latin Soul, and more. Based on the wild success of the FREE Bike Valet service, On Course Events will be expanding its’ size and encouraging every guest to arrive on bicycles to create a green event and limit the impacts from parking.  Parking is limited; with off-site locations available at the SLT Recreation Center (1180 Rufus Allen Blvd.)

Bike or hike!