Dave Matthews Band Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
7:00 p.m, Friday, September 7, 2018, Dave Matthews Band at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys.
Tickets go on sale February 2, 2018. Ticketmaster.com. General admission show with limited, unassigned bleacher seating available.
Dave Matthews Band, known also as DMB, also announced Tuesday that they are releasing their long awaited ninth studio album.
The Dave Matthews Band formed in Charlottesville, Virginia, in early 1991, when vocalist/guitarist Dave Matthews decided to put some songs he had written on tape. Instead of simply recording himself with a guitar, he opted to bring in some instrumental help to give his musical ideas more depth. Dave found assistance in drummer Carter Beauford and saxophonist LeRoi Moore, who were both accomplished jazz musicians in the local Charlottesville music scene. Based on the recommendation of distinguished local jazz guru John D’earth, 16-year-old musical prodigy Stefan Lessard came on board to play bass. Completing the band was keyboard player Peter Griesar, who left the band after a couple of years, as well as the talented and classically trained violinist, Boyd Tinsley.
The first public performance of Dave Matthews Band occurred at the City of Charlottesville’s Earth Day Festival in April 1991. The first official gig for the newly conceived Dave Matthews Band was May 11, 1991, at a private party held on the rooftop of the pink warehouse on South Street in downtown Charlottesville. Local weekly gigs soon followed at Eastern Standard and then Trax nightclub, and within a little time, word of the band’s contagious new sound spread like wildfire throughout the region. Clubs started to fill up, tours began to cover more territory, and the fan base grew at an incredible rate.
On November 9, 1993, DMB released its first album, Remember Two Things, on its Bama Rags label. The album was recorded live at The Muse Music Club on Nantucket Island, in August of 1993. The album debuted on College charts as the highest independent entry, and went on to be certified gold by the RIAA -- a significant accomplishment for an independent album. Meanwhile, the band kept touring and its fan base continued to grow. By allowing fans to tape shows for their personal use, DMB created a highly interactive community that continues in spirit today.
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.