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  • The Music Scene / Calendar

    By The Weekly on January 14, 2015
      CASINO SHOWS Catch a Rising Star  |  Silver Legacy The club that helped launch the careers of some of today’s top comedians hosts new comics weekly. See Julia Scotti until Jan. 18 and Barry Friedman from Jan. 20 to 25. Evening at The Improv  |  Harvey’s Lake Tahoe Budd Friedman’s legendary comedy showcase brings in two new comics weekly, […]
  • Hard Rock brings the rock to Tahoe

    By Jenn Sheridan on January 14, 2015
    By Jenn Sheridan   South Lake Tahoe’s hottest new hotel and casino opens its doors with four days of concerts and parties. The Hard Rock Casino and Hotel starts the fun with a VIP Grand Opening party on Jan. 28, just in time for the Super Bowl Weekend. Following the VIP reception, the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel will open […]
  • Con Brio

    By The Weekly on January 14, 2015
    Jan. 23 | 10 p.m. Crystal Bay Casino | Crystal Bay, Nev. Free | 21+ Con Brio is the sum of all its parts: a lead singer determined to share his journey on the stage and in the studio with a deft ensemble paving their way to the top. In addition to singer Zeik McCarter, the band features standout guitar […]
  • Moondog Matinee

    By The Weekly on January 14, 2015
    Jan. 17 | 8 p.m. Cargo | Reno, Nev. $10 | all ages   Reno’s blues-infused rock band celebrates the release of its second full-length album. Driven by front man Peter Barnato on vocals, keyboards and guitar, with Steve Widmer and Drea Ballard on guitar, Adam Carpenter on bass, and Ben Ingle on drums, the band’s rock roots take on […]
  • Miner

    By The Weekly on January 14, 2015
    Jan. 28 | 9 p.m. Crystal Bay Casino | Crystal Bay, Nev. Free | 21+ Miner is a Los Angeles/Silver Lake-based, rock/folk family band formed around husband and wife duo Justin and Kate Miner, along with Justin’s brother, Jeremy Miner. Starting as a Kickstarter-funded, bedroom-studio project inspired by a trip through Central and South America, Miner transformed into a touring […]
  • Tainted Love

    By The Weekly on January 14, 2015
    Jan. 17 | 7:30 p.m. Harrah’s Lake Tahoe | Stateline, Nev. $27.50 | All ages A Tainted Love performance is like reliving the 80s in a way you have never before. They deliver the complete experience: phenomenal songs, great moves, iconic video projections, and seven of the most charismatic and accomplished musicians you’ll ever see. The band will take you […]
  • G. Love and Special Sauce

    By The Weekly on January 14, 2015
    Jan. 24 | 7:30 p.m. Harrah’s Lake Tahoe | Stateline, Nev. $33 | all ages The tradition of the hip-hop blues has always been to rip open the heart and bare the soul. Tell the listener what they want to hear and you’ll have a fair weather friend; tell them the way it is and you’ll have true love. Thankfully, […]
  • Tahoe Art Haus | Bringing culture back to Tahoe City

    By Jenn Sheridan on December 30, 2014
    By Jenn Sheridan   Jason Abraham   With big chain movies theaters that offer 3D movie experiences, reclining seats and all of the latest releases on the big screen, it takes something special for a small cinema to survive. Since opening doors in September, the faces behind the Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema have fostered the kind of community relationships […]
  • SnowGlobe hottest ticket in Tahoe

    By Jenn Sheridan on December 17, 2014
    SnowGlobe The three-day SnowGlobe music festival brings one of the region’s largest music festivals to Lake Tahoe from Dec. 29 to 31 at Bijou Park featuring an expanded line up, more after parties and more fun than ever before. And, single-day tickets are being offered this year for those who can’t experience the full festival. In addition to bringing more […]
  • Nevada Chamber Music Festival

    By The Weekly on December 17, 2014
    Dec. 26–31 Nightingale Concert Hall | Reno, Nev. For one week in December, Reno is the chamber music capital of the world. Eighteen acclaimed performers from around the world join the Reno Chamber Orchestra for 11 performances. The festival begins with husband-and-wife pianists Robert Levin and Ya-Fei Chuang play works by Schubert and Rachmaninoff. Ring in the New Year with […]