Mustache Harbor brings ’70s party to Crystal Bay

Mustache Harbor

Soft rock on Friday will be provided by Mustache Harbor in Crystal Bay,

Once the July 4 celebration has sizzled, set sail for Crystal Bay. There’s a Yacht Rock Explosion expected Friday night.

Mustache Harbor will hold down the Crown Room at Crystal Bay Casino Lake Tahoe for a 9 p.m. performance on July 5. These players look as if they just checked in from Gilligan’s Island or maybe a Disney movie. But don’t let that fool you, the Harbor undoubtedly will amp it up — some. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 on day of show, and guests must be 21 or older.

Known to dock in the San Francisco Bay, Mustache Harbor says it will bring sweet stashes, smooth ’70s music, nautical nuggets, the art of karate, panama hats and fog.

“Our mission, our destiny, is simple: to build a mustache army (navy?) and create a Soft Rock Explosion the likes of which has not been seen since Christopher Cross, Steely Dan, Ace, Kenny Loggins and The Little River Band ruled the airwaves and created AM Gold. So join us. Party with us, live with us, work out at the dojo with us, slap on a stash and drink from our bountiful coconuts filled with smooth grooves and tasty hooks. Enjoy the ride!”

It could be a Three Hour Tour, as doors open at 8 p.m. Friday. The show is presented by Tainted Love, which will bring its ’80s dance party to Crystal Bay Club Casino on Friday, July 20.

Mustache Harbor beckons you to join this week’s party.

“If we are not at the dojo, perfecting our kick-ass moves, you will find us in, on, or near the water, producing sweet sounds as smooth as the summer sea,” a press release said.

Tickets can be purchased through our the Crystal Bay Club Box Office, (775) 833-6333, ext. 1 or online: Don’t miss the free Red Room after-party with the House Party Crew, featuring DJs Roger That! Jimmy Dirt, Chuck Tyler and Bridges.

About Randy Hashagen

Tahoe Onstage copy chief Randy Hashagen, a former Bay Area journalist, walked away from his career to become a crazy cab driver. He's still barnstorming, but his wing-walking days are over. Lately, he has been watching the world flow through Lake Tahoe since 2012.

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