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Music & Entertainment

  • WinterWonderGrass. Going beyond bluegrass

    By Priya Hutner on March 22, 2017
    WinterWonderGrass Tahoe is one of the area’s premier festivals. It has received so much traction that several event clips appeared in Warren Miller Entertainment’s most recent film: “Here, There and Everywhere.” This year’s stellar lineup has everyone abuzz. “This year the event adds a fourth stage and a new expo village that cultivates lifestyle brands. We host the festival at […]
  • Indigo Girls. Confluence of art, activism

    By Sean McAlindin on March 22, 2017
    Thirty years after their debut, Indigo Girls are still going strong, both as musicians and advocates for human and environmental rights. These two disciplines complement each other so well that Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have built their lives around them in hopes of protecting those less fortunate than themselves through music and art. March 24 | 7:30 p.m. | […]
  • Battle of the Bands

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    Hard Rock International is calling on emerging musicians to take center stage for its Battle of the Bands competition. Hard Rock, in partnership with ReverbNation, has opened registration at hardrockrising.com through March 30 for musicians to participate. Following open registration, entrants will receive a unique URL to share, encouraging their fans to vote online. The act who receives the largest […]
  • Dirty Cello to open Valhalla Festival

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    The Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival opens on June 21 with a performance by Dirty Cello. Tickets go on sale April 1. This year’s festival season has also been extending through October featuring live music, art workshops, tango and more to be announced soon. The Tahoe Improv Players will also return with performances throughout the season. | valhallatahoe.com
  • Classical Tahoe returns for summer season

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    Experience a virtuoso orchestra of musicians from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Seattle Symphony, LA Phil, Reno Phil and more in an intimate setting surrounded by the majesty of Lake Tahoe at this year’s Classical Tahoe from July 28 to Aug. 12. The sixth season brings together America’s greatest classical musicians for three weeks to perform nine stunning […]
  • Pops on River returns

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    The 49th Season of the Reno Philharmonic has been announced featuring the return of Pops on the River on July 8 at Wingfield Park in downtown Reno.  Pops on the Rocks welcomes back audience favorite LaKisha Jones along with guest vocalists Chloe Lowery and Rob Evan. Along with the Reno Phil Orchestra and Maestro Laura Jackson, enjoy performances of legendary rock […]
  • Kravitz, Simon join Outdoor Concert Series

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    Harvey’s Tahoe continues to turn up the heat, adding two new performers to their lineup for the summer Outdoor Concert Series. Paul Simon will perform on June 25, while Lenny Kravitz will be performing on July 14. | harveystahoe.com Paul Simon | Mark Seliger Outdoor Concert Series lineup June 25 | Paul Simon June 30 | Rebelution July 2 | […]
  • Lake Tahoe Music Festival releases summer dates

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    The Lake Tahoe Summer Music Festival joins the Lake Tahoe Dance Collective for concerts at the Gatekeeper’s Museum in Tahoe City and at West End Beach on Donner Lake for its 2017 summer series from Aug. 15 to 20 featuring the 20-piece Academy Orchestra. This year for the first time, the Festival is also presenting an Open Rehearsal at the […]
  • The Sextones kick off Music on the Beach

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    North Tahoe Business Association has announced the summer lineup for Music on the Beach, the free summer concerts are offered every Friday from June 30 to Sept. 1 at Kings Beach State Recreation Area at 6 p.m. Local and regional bands scheduled to perform will offer attendees a wide variety of musical genres. New this year, NTBA has announced that […]
  • Trocadero reopens after 50 years

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    Downtown Reno has a new music venue. The historic Trocadero building once hosted celebrities such as singer Sophie Tucker, comedian Chico Marx and pianist Victor Borge. But, for more than 50 years the Trocadero has sat dormant. Partners Marcus Lee and Ryan Goldhammer want to offer a new experience in the Reno music scene. The upscale establishment will be the […]