Food & Drink
From bluegrass and southern rock to afro-samba-funk and alternative rock, get ready for an incredible 12-week concert series at Commons Beach in Tahoe City for FREE! Guests are welcome to bring picnics, blankets, and low-back chairs for a perfect lakeside evening. Local food and drink vendors sell beer, wine, soft drinks, sushi, bbq foods, ice cream, and more.
The 2018 Concerts On Commons Beach Schedule
Drop Theory hails from North Lake Tahoe and their infectious, high-energy music fuses the solid gold sounds of past decades with their own modern style.
July 1: Jimmy Leslie’s Guitarfish Family Band
July 8: Peter Joseph Burtt & The Kingtide | Sam Ravenna Band / Kai & The Monsters
Blending ingredients of electro funk, hip-hop and classic and modern soul, Sam Ravenna pulls together an all star band consisting of players from some of the best touring acts in the country. He is a seasoned touring musician, and has produced a handful of records for artist around Lake Tahoe and national touring acts. His own projects, the funk powerhouse "Rapplesauce" and the reggae-dub project "Samily Man" have received critical acclaim.
From the Tahoe Truckee School of Music, Lake Tahoe's all kid band Kai & The Monsters will play the great songs of Herbie Hancock, Queen, and The Beatles to name a few.
July 15: Gene Avaro Jr. | Desert Rhythm Project
Desert Rhythm Project is a neo-roots, reggae, funk, soul band from California’s Mojave Desert and fronted by desert natives, Michael Reyes and Bryanna Evaro. The band has had the pleasure of playing reputable music festivals including the Joshua Tree Music Festival 2013-2016, Dabolition Derby, Mt. Baldy’s Elevated Summer Solstice 2014 and 2015. Reyes and Evaro have received the prestigious Coachella Valley Music Award for “Best Duo” and “Best Reggae Band” in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
July 22: SambaDá
July 29: Todo Mundo | The Beer Gardeners
The Beer Gardeners are Lake Tahoe’s strictly casual, good time, fun, rockin’, beer and peanuts bar and party band. The group has been entertaining enthusiastic North Tahoe music-lovers since 1991. Known for tying together random classic songs into long medleys, spontaneous wardrobe changes, and ad-hoc, 10-minute tambourine and shaker solos, The Beer Gardeners have weathered the test of time.
August 5: Mumbo Gumbo
August 12: Ideateam | Serina Dawn + Mark Sexton
Serina Dawn & Mark Sexton (The Sextones will get you on your feet! This duo will treat the Tahoe City crowd with catchy beats and smooth vocal melodies. They hail from Northern Nevada and are regulars within the Reno music scene.
August 19: Poor Man’s Whiskey
August 26: Midtown Social
September 2: Joy & Madness
FOR SHOW TICKETS, DINING AND LODGING RESERVATIONS, VISIT: CrystalBayCasino.com
OR Call: (775) 833-6333
Northstar California’s Executive Chef Steve Anderson partners with local breweries to artfully pair five courses of seasonally inspired dishes with craft beers. At each event, guests are led through a different flavor journey guided by the Brewmaster in an al fresco setting overlooking the sunset.
This highly-acclaimed and popular and free outdoor concert series at the Village at Squaw Valley features dynamic performances by a host of nationally and internationally known blues musicians, great grab-and-go food offerings from Village restaurants and a "Blues Bar" with beer, wine & spirits available in the Events Plaza. During the summer Bluesdays series get discounted Aerial Tram and activity packages, food and drink specials, and lodging sales every Tuesday.
BLUESDAYS 2018 SCHEDULE
June 12 - Bluesdays Kick Off Party with The Blues Monsters
June 19 - Nick Schnebelen Band
June 26 -Mark Hummel's Golden State-Lone Star Revue
July 3 - Curtis Salgado
July 10 - Debbie Davies
July 17 - Ron Artis II & The Truth
July 24 -Albert Castiglia
July 31 -Joe Louis Walker
Aug. 7 - Kenny Neal
August 14 - Chris Cain
August 21 - Terry Hanck
August 28 - Coco Montoya
Sept. 4 - Cedric Burnside Project
All shows are weather permitting and subject to change. Food and drink are available in the Village. No outside alcohol is allowed.
For Bluesdays alerts, updates, special offers, and to enter to win a KEEP TAHOE BLUES shirt & sticker, join the Bluesdays Text Alert - text BLUESDAYS to 24587 on your mobile phone.
Celebrate summer and our local and regional farmers, growers, producers and artisans at the annual summer Farmer's Market, presented by the Foothill Farmer's Market. Open each Thursday 8am-1pm through October 11th.
SCHEDULE & LOCATION
The Tahoe City Farmer's Market is held at the Commons Beach parking lot. NOTE: There is no parking in the Commons Beach lot on Farmer's Market Thursday mornings. PLEASE: Take the bus, get dropped off, carpool, walk, ride your bike... If you must drive, please park in public parking lots - NOT private business lots.
HOURS: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
May 17 - Oct 11 at Commons Beach
For more information and listings of other area Farmer's Markets, visit http://www.foothillfarmersmarket.com.
Six restaurants and six bands face off for the ultimate supremacy for “Best Wings” and “Best Band.” Restaurants will battle for the Wing vs. Wing Champion Trophy and bands will battle for a $250 cash prize, in addition to bragging rights.
An Annual weekend of food, wine, seminars, celebrity chefs, culinary demonstrations, wine tastings, and more.
Join the fun in Tahoe City at the monthly First Friday celebration held at the Blue Agave Restaurant featuring drink specials and live musical improv from the Lake Tahoe's own Beer Gardeners.
where: The Blue Agave Restaurant
Join the fun on the second Saturday of the month this summer in Tahoe City. Enjoy a day of shopping and fun in downtown Tahoe City with super specials, Sip n’ Shop, live music, and more! Business owners create their own highlights — restaurants may offer a special entrée, drink, or dessert and participating businesses highlight special products. The fun gets started at 12 noon and lasts until 5pm.
Brought to you by Slow Food Lake Tahoe, the mission of the Truckee Community Farmers Market is to support local farms and producers within 125 miles of the Town of Truckee; and to promote access, education and appreciation for local, fresh, sustainably produced goods, while also creating a vibrant gathering place for our community.