What's Up This Weekend?

April 4, 2013

What's Up This Weekend?

April 4 - 7

The Insider's picks for the most happenin' events around town.


Burning Man icon, Pink Mammoth, is taking over Tahoe Saturday night at Lakeside, Tahoe City.

Thursday, April 4

Best Way to Have a Say in Shaping Truckee’s Future
What:
Roundtable Discussion with Mayor Pro Tem, Patrick Flora
When: Thurs, April 4, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Where: 10115 South River Street, Truckee

Got something to say about the direction our town is headed in? Share your thoughts, ideas, and concerns over beer, wine, and apps with Truckee’s Mayor Pro Tem, Patrick Flora. Hear his perspective, observations, and vision for Truckee’s future. A lively discussion is encouraged (and anticipated).

Reason to go: Isn’t the fact that opportunities like this exist one of the things that makes Truckee so great?
Reason not to go: Cottonwood’s All-Night Happy Hour. Oh wait, Cottonwood is just up the hill…you can stop by the roundtable before getting your Thursday night drink on!

Saturday, April 6

Best Place to Shake Your Bootie Saturday Night, Truckee style
What:
Keyser Soze
When: Sat, April 6, 8:30pm
Where:  Moody’s Bistro Bar + Beats

Keyser Soze has a special place in my heart. I have fond memories from my youth of sneaking into shows to see front man Jamal Tarkington’s former band, the Mudsharks. Jamal is also part of Who Cares, another super rad, local hip-hop group. With a ska/rocksteady sound, Reno-based Keyser Soze has played with major headliners, including Michael Franti, The Wailers, Ozomatli, The English Beat, and Toots & the Maytals.

Reason to go: It’s gonna be a super-fun, bootie-shakin’ time.
Reason not to go: Read below…

Saturday, April 6

Best Place to Shake Your Bootie Saturday Night, North Lake style
What:
Pink Mammoth Tahoe Takeover
When: Sat, April 6, 9pm
Where: Lakeside, Tahoe City

A Burning Man icon, Pink Mammoth brings a night of bootie shakin’ house music to Lakeside in Tahoe City, featuring an opening set by local DJ Chango. $5 before 10:30pm; $10 after.

Reason to go: It’s time to start getting those Burning Man dancing shoes in shape.
Reason not to: You’re more into live rock than electronic music and are headed to the Crystal Bay Club for Battle of the Bay: Tea Leaf Green + Hot Buttered Rum. 9pm. $23 advance; $25 day of show.

 

 

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