If your homework is beginning to pile up or you just want to have awesome night out with the friends, check out any of these upcoming concerts coming to the Lake Tahoe area. Whether you enjoy the energetic sounds of reggae or punk or just want to hear calm country tunes, there is a lot to choose from to make a special night.
While not a significant year for music, there were some inventive sounds and exciting new talents who exhibited great potential. It was sadly almost devoid of rock music, with big timers Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen keeping the genre afloat for another year. On the flip side, this was a pretty good year for hip-hop and indie music. Here is my choice for 2012 best album releases.
Freezing temperatures and winter weather didn’t hurt ticket sales at SnowGlobe Music Festival Dec. 29-31 in South Lake Tahoe. Artists played to sold out crowds two of three nights and local businesses reported that sales were high over the New Years Eve weekend.
Those not taking advantage of last chair at Squaw Valley Ski Resort over the holiday break had the chance to experience the Last Chair Music Festival Jan. 4-5 and 11-12. Featuring headlining DJ sets from Passion Pit, LETTUCE, Foster the People and Bonobo the Last Chair Music Festival was a chance for Squaw Valley to grow as a music venue during the winter season.
It was another sold out night for New Years Eve at SnowGlobe Music Festival Dec. 31 in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. The night began with sets from Con Bro Chill, Clicks and Whistles and Ana Sia and extended into 2013 with a rowdy set from Montreal based electrofunk group Chromeo.
KRS-ONE brought his brand of the real hip-hop to the stage Nov. 10 at the Cal-Neva Resort leaving no question that the “Teacha” still has a few lessons up his sleeve.