Artist Spotlight: South Lake Tahoe

The season finale concert features South Shore based artists including The Residents, Preachers Pickers and special guests from several more local band favorites!

The Residents will headline the last Live at Lakeview concert of the 2023 season. Led by Ted Kennedy, this group of talented local musicians deliver an upbeat blend of beloved classic songs from the last several decades with heartfelt original tunes by various band members.

The Residents share a two-fold commitment to rocking your world and uplifting their community. Proof shown by the substantial support of sponsors including South of North Brewing and Poke Rok, all led by the enthusiastic support of Ted Kennedy.

The Preachers Pickers, featuring John Rice, Daryl Braga & Simon Kurth, open up the show at 4:30 pm. They’ve joined us on the Lakeview stage as a duo, but this time they’re adding in quite a bit more!

They’ve invited the following special guests to join in this special performance:

– Lindsay Cheek (Lindsay and the Cheeks, Bread and Butter Band)
– Marty Ylitalo (Mescalito)
– Andy Voelkel (Bison, Mescalito)
– Andy Hatch (Bison)
– Brandon Dolph (Jenes and the Juice)
– Ryan Taylor (Mescalito)

This Thursday’s event is the season finale of a free weekly concert series hosted from 4:30 – 8:30 pm at Lakeview Commons, in the heart of South Lake Tahoe. Every Thursday (June 29-August 31) the event hosts live music and art on the beach, along with a variety of local merchants and delicious food options plus amphitheater style seating and breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe from the beer garden.

Local beer will be served on tap inside the beer & wine garden, courtesy of South of North Brewing Company. Proceeds from the beer & wine garden will support the Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition, helping Tahoe to become more bicycle friendly.

Parking is limited around the venue; however, a complimentary bike valet service is offered every week. Biking or lime scootering (with proper lighting) as well as ride-share services, carpooling and public transportation are all strongly encouraged. Additional parking is available at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center (1180 Rufus Allen Blvd.)

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