Summer concerts draw big names, music legends

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BOSTON  |  Jon Viscott

Harvey’s Lake Tahoe announced a stellar line up of musicians to headline the Summer Concert Series in the Outdoor Arena in South Lake Tahoe. From classic rock legends to pop super stars, there’s something for all the enjoy this summer. Tickets for all shows are on sale now so don’t wait to start planning a rocking night under the stars, two sets are already sold out.

The fun starts on June 24 with an evening with Sarah McLachlan. Catch this celebrated singer-songwriter perform favorite hits including Grammy award winning tunes “Building a Mystery” and “Last Dance” from the 10x-platinum album Surfacing.

American Idol winner Carrie Underwood graces the stage on July 18. Hot off the release of “Blown Away,” her most ambitious project yet, Underwood promises to bring the lyrical diversity on which she has built her career. Songs that play out like cinematic tales and cross vast emotional territory have earned the album a handful of accolades including double platinum status for the title track, “Blown Away.”

Fans of Zac Brown Band better have tickets in hand, because the July 20 show is already sold-out. This group of country and Southern rock brothers is just beginning to come together as evidenced by they’re latest album, “Uncaged,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

The turn of the millennium pop-rock group Train heads to South Lake Tahoe on July 25. Catch classic favorites such as “Meet Virginia” and “Hey, Soul Sister,” along with new singles of their newest release, “California 37,” which features the double-platinum hit “Drive By” among others.

Classic rock legends Steve Miller Band is joining Journey for the 2014 touring season with a stop at Harvey’s Outdoor Arena on July 30. Miller’s newest music shines with some of the finest guitar playing of his career including the 2010 release “Bingo!,” which was nominated as blues-rock album of the year by the Blues Foundation. Journey’s hit songs continue to dominate the airwaves long after their initial release, and the newest material proves to be just as popular. Their 2011 tour in support of their latest album, “Eclipse,” was one of the band’s most successful tours ever, drawing nearly 1 million fans.

Lady Gaga will hit the road this summer with “artRAVE: The ARTPOP ball tour” in support of her newest album, “ArtPop” The show promises to be part fashion show, part dance party and all music. Don’t miss your chance to join the fun on Aug. 2.

Classic rock staples Boston share the stage with the enduring sounds of The Doobie Brothers in Tahoe on Aug. 3. Boston is hitting the road following the release of their latest album, “Live, Love & Hope.” The Doobie Brothers continue to last the test of time with favorite hits while experimenting with new sounds. Their most recent release is a cover of the band’s hits with a country influence and features several artists including Zac Brown, Toby Keith, Chris Young and more.

Aerosmith hits the stage on Aug. 8 with special guest Slash and Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators in support of the Let Rock Rule tour, which promises to rock.

Billboard magazine’s Artists of the Year Bruno Mars will play to an already sold-out house on Aug. 14. Logging 22 Hot 100 hit songs among his many awards as a singer, songwriter and producer, and coming off the 2013 leg of the Moonshine Jungle World Tour, Bruno Mars is sure to be a set not to be missed.

Take a journey through the history of rock with Sammy Hagar and Friends on Aug. 16. His most recent release features a diverse selection of genres ranging from rock and blues to country and pop and includes guest appearances from many acclaimed musicians. Featured guest appearances include Kid Rock, Neal Schon, Joe Satriana, Taj Mahal, Ronnie Dunn, Toby Keith, Nancy Wilson and, of course, The Wabos.

The Rascal Flatts hit the stage on Aug. 24. The best-selling country vocal group of the past decade continues to top charts and sell out shows across the country. The group is joined by Sheryl Crow. Her most recent album, “Feels like Home,” is inspired by her Nashville roots and features the sound of a seasoned artist getting a fresh start.

The concert series ends with two nights of The Eagles. The Aug 29 and 30 shows will feature classics spanning the band’s career as well ,as songs featured on their top-selling documentary “History of the Eagles,” which covers the bands illustrious career.

Don’t miss some of the hottest shows of the summer. For more information, visit harveystahoe.com. Tickets are available at ticketmaster.com.

 

June 24 | Sarah McLachlan
8 p.m. | $39.50-$89.50

July 18 | Carrie Underwood
8 p.m. | $89.50-$175.50

July 20 | Zac Brown Band
Sold out

July 25 | Train
7:30 p.m. | $49.50-$99.50

July 30 | Journey & Steve Miller Band
6:30 p.m. | $59.50-$199.50

Aug. 2 | Lady Gaga’s
7 p.m. | $89.50-$225.00

Aug. 3 | Boston & The Doobie Brothers
6:30 p.m. | $49.50-$125.50

Aug. 8 | Aerosmith
7:30 p.m. | $89.50-$235.50

Aug. 14 | Bruno Mars
Sold out

Aug. 16 | Sammy Hagar & Friends
6:30 p.m. | $69.50

Aug. 24 | Rascal Flatts & Sheryl Crow
7:30 p.m. | $59.50-$135.50

Aug. 29 & 30 | Eagles
7:30 p.m. | $99.50-$255.50