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March 22, 2012
Harveys and Harrah's have the big-time acts together

People Toby Keith.jpg What are you doing this summer? How about catching some big-name live shows at Lake Tahoe - outdoors and indoors.

The 11th Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series at Harvey's Outdoor Arena has its acts together. For tickets and showtimes, go to, or More concert acts will be announced soon.

July 13: Chicago and the Doobie Brothers
July 15: Beach Boys 50th Anniversary Reunion Tour (date is subject to change)
July 21: Maroon 5. Note that the week of July 17-22 is the 23rd annual celebrity-centric American Century Championship Tournament at Edgewood Golf Course.
July 22: Journey, Pat Benatar and Loverboy
July 28: Brad Paisley, The Band Perry and Easton Corbin
Aug. 8: Toby Keith (pictured) and Brantley Gilbert
Aug. 12: Norah Jones
Aug. 17: Joe Cocker and Huey Lewis & the News
Aug. 18: Sugarland, Lauren Alaina and Canaan Smith

While we wait for Harveys Lake Tahoe to rev-up the summer scene, let's go inside Harrah's Lake Tahoe and catch the acts at the South Shore Room.

Tickets and more information are at (800) 786-8208 and Exception: Tickets for Chickenfoot are sold only at or

Playing this Saturday will be Rock Sugar, followed by:

March 31: Blue Oyster Cult
April 7: Ozomatli
April 14: Little Feat
April 21: Los Lobos
April 28: Puddle of Mudd
May 4-5: Chickenfoot
May 12: Rick Springfield
May 19: Beatles vs. Stones: A Musical Shootout
June 2: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
June 9: Eric Burdon and the Animals

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