Charlie Puth Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
Saturday, August 18, 20018, 7:00 pm, Charlie Puth unveils "The Voicenotes Tour" with Special Guest Hailee Steinfeld at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys. Ticketmaster.com and Special VIP Upgrade Package
Multi-Platinum artist/musician/producer Charlie Puth has announced plans for his biggest North American headline tour to date. “The Voicenotes Tour” will make a stop at the scenic Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys on Saturday, August 18th. Multi-Platinum recording artist Hailee Steinfeld will be main support on all dates. Tickets will go on sale to the general public starting Friday, December 22. For complete details, and ticket information, please visit www.charlieputh.com/tour or www.APEConcerts.com. Prices range from $39.50 to $69.50 per ticket, plus Nevada Live Entertainment Tax (LET) and Ticketmaster fees.
“The Voicenotes Tour” will celebrate Puth’s hugely anticipated new album, “VOICENOTES,” due next year from Atlantic Records – pre-orders are available now HERE. The album is preceded by the current smash single, “How Long,” available now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE. Now with close to 300 million streams worldwide, the single has proven yet another popular favorite both here and abroad, reaching #1 on innumerable iTunes “Global Singles” charts and Mexico’s “Ingles Airplay” while earning both gold certification in Australia and silver certification in the United Kingdom. Named by Vanity Fair as one of “The 17 Best Pop Songs of 2017,” “How Long” is joined by an even more popular companion visual, currently boasting over 160 million views via YouTube alone – HERE
“The Voicenotes Tour” special guest and Republic Records recording artist Hailee Steinfeld has quickly cemented herself as a rising force in pop music with a series of hits under her belt, including her 2015 platinum certified debut single “Love Myself,” double platinum selling smash “Starving” with Grey [feat. Zedd] and platinum selling summer anthem “Most Girls.” To date, the multi-platinum selling artist has amassed a total of nearly 2 billion streams globally. This year, Steinfeld won “Best Push Artist” at the MTV EMAs, Musical.ly’s “Top Covered Artist” award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards and was honored by Variety with the “Crossover Artist” award at their inaugural Hitmakers event. She also garnered three Teen Choice Award nominations for her work in both film and music. Most recently, Steinfeld released her new single “Let Me Go.” Produced by Grammy nominated DJ and producer Alesso and critically acclaimed producer, songwriter and artist watt, “Let Me Go” pairs Steinfeld with one of country music’s best-selling acts Florida Georgia Line. Performed for the first time ever on this year’s American Music Awards, the song has amassed 150 million streams on Spotify where it is currently Top 20 on their Global Top 50 chart and climbing.
Puth marked the release of “How Long” with high-profile TV performances on CBS’ The Late Late Show With James Corden (watch HERE) and ABC’s Good Morning America (watch HERE), soon to be followed by an eagerly anticipated performance on tomorrow night’s season finale of NBC’s The Voice. He’ll then perform both “How Long” and “Attention” on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2018, to be broadcast live on ABC on December 31st (check local listings). In addition, Puth will perform “How Long” on upcoming episodes of the nationally syndicated Ellen DeGeneres Show and CBS’ The Talk, both set to air in early January.
“How Long” arrived hot on the heels of Puth’s summer’s blockbuster, “Attention,” available at all DSPs and streaming services HERE. The RIAA platinum certified single – which marked Puth’s first new music since 2016’s RIAA platinum certified debut album, “NINE TRACK MIND” – reached #5 on Billboard’s “Hot 100,” his third consecutive top 10 hit and highest charting solo track to date. What’s more, “Attention” topped the multi-format “Radio Songs” chart for four straight weeks while also ascending to the #1 spot on Billboard’s “Dance Mix Show Airplay” tally – Puth’s first time atop that chart as a solo artist. “Attention” also proved an international favorite, reaching #1 in such far-flung lands as Russia, Venezuela, Ukraine, Israel, Latvia, and Mexico, while earning diamond certification in France, 3x platinum in Australia and Italy, 2x platinum in Spain, and platinum in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Of course, the “Attention” companion visual – directed by Emil Nava (Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna) – proved yet another record-shattering video sensation for Puth, now with over 638 million YouTube views and counting – HERE.
Along with his worldwide popularity, Puth is among the most honored new artists in recent memory, among his many accolades a Teen Choice Award, two Billboard Music Awards, a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award, and myriad nominations including a GRAMMY® nod for “Song of the Year” and a prestigious Golden Globe nomination for “Best Original Song.”
A gifted and charismatic live performer, Puth has proven a hugely popular concert attraction, with 2016’s “Nine Track Mind Tour” selling out nearly every date within 30 minutes of its announcement. As if that weren’t enough, Puth has made any number of show-stopping TV appearances, including FOX’s 2016 Teen Choice Awards, NBC’s TODAY and The Voice, CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! and 2015 American Music Awards, and both the nationally syndicated Ellen DeGeneres Show and LIVE with Kelly and Michael, not to mention a guest cameo on CBS’ highly rated Life In Pieces.
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Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys is an all ages venue. Everyone is required to have a ticket for both reserved and general admission shows, and we discourage infants attending.
Caesars entertainment management reserves the right to implement paid parking at any time, including special events.
The following items are not permitted in the concert venue: backpacks, oversized bags, coolers, poles, umbrellas, sticks, drones, laser pointers, weapons of any kind (including ccw) or projectiles, unauthorized cameras with removable lenses, monopods, tripods, and selfie sticks, metal framed bleacher and beach chairs, metal containers, and beverage containers larger than 17oz.