If you have yet to attend free Music on the Beach, you’ve been missing out on lots of fun for the whole family. Each year on Friday evenings during July and August the North Tahoe Business Association (NTBA) hosts a free concert right on the sand in Kings Beach. This concert series provides a great way to kick off a weekend in Tahoe, soaking up the beauty from the lake’s shoreline and dancing to live music until the sun sets.
On Friday, July 26, during the intermission of Mojo Green’s jamming funk music, we’re putting on a race. And not just any race; it’s a foot race through water. Whoever can run the fastest in knee-deep water wins the Teva sandals of their choice from Tahoe Mountain Sports. Seem too cool to be true? Well, the first annual Teva Knee-Deep Water Race is no fictitious event.
Participants will line up side-by-side in the water and race from Point A to Point B, all the while keeping at least their knees submerged in the water. A pair of Teva sandals of choice will be awarded to the male and female winners in the following divisions: 13 and Under, 14-45 and 46 and Over. But not only the winners get a prize…most participants will receive cool gifts from TMS and Teva!
Music on the Beach is a free 9-week concert series that runs every Friday from 6:00-8:30 p.m., from July 5 to August 30 at the Kings Beach State Recreation Area.
July 26’s Music on the Beach is sponsored by Tahoe Mountain Sports, Teva and the North Tahoe Business Association.
The North Tahoe Business Association responds to the necessary representation of the local business community and promotes the North Shore as a vibrant community.
According to Mojo Green, “We are a horn-driven Soul Funk explosion of dynamite vocals, infectious rhythms and smokin’ horns.”
Come on out for what is sure to be the best Music On The Beach concert of the entire season! The live music is free, food and beverages are available on-site, and the Teva Knee-Deep Water Race will provide fun entertainment for everyone.
**All participants must wear protection on their feet. Shoes, sandals or water shoes – doesn’t matter – feet just need to be covered. We’d hate for anyone to get hurt because they stepped on a sharp object underwater!