In response to the recent spike of active COVID-19 cases, Live at Lakeview producers continue to place events on hold, choosing to value the health + well-being of the community over profit.
The September 2nd show that producers were hopeful would be possible, has officially been cancelled. Originally scheduled to begin on Thursday, August 5, 2021, the popular Live at Lakeview Sumer Music Series will remain on hold until summer of 2022.
“In June, when we began planning for this season, we sincerely thought the worst of the pandemic was falling behind us. Now, watching this new wave, we realize we are still in the fight and must do our part to help prevent the spread,” states Rob Giustina Owner of On Course Events. “We appreciate the continued support of this community + look forward to coming back strong in 2022.”
Following many conversations with local health officials and leaders in our community, On Course Events released the following statement on August 3rd, canceling the majority of the season’s events.
“Given the current spike of active COVID-19 cases in our hospital, in our town + in our community, I feel it is in the best interest of health + wellbeing of our community, staff, friends + family to cancel the scheduled events for the month of August. As the leader of this company + the founder of Live at Lakeview, nothing comes harder to me than having to announce another round of event cancelations. I miss our community so badly and nobody wants to produce this event more than me. My team has worked diligently + so tirelessly to help this event season come to fruition, today’s announcement is heavy on the heart. Thanks for your support, Tahoe!”
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