LAKE HAVASU CITY – This year’s concert tribute season will be bringing you the music you love to hear.

TAD Management has brought nostalgia with tribute bands to audiences for 17 years. Their shows can be seen on cruises, resorts, and theaters worldwide.  

Since 2019, the TAD management team has brought Lake Havasu a tribute band season from January until the end of March. Although the concerts are not fundraisers, TAD Management has previously donated to charities like the Maximum Hope Foundation and Reubens Retreat.  

This year’s show will begin with honoring musical legend Jimmy Buffett. Buffett captured the hearts of many with his songs about beaches, sun, and carefree lifestyle. By the 1970s, Buffett climbed the charts with classic hits like Come Monday, Cheeseburger in Paradise, and his signature hit, Margaritaville. 

On Sunday September 1, 2023, the world lost a musical giant on Labor Day weekend. Tribute band Buffett’s Margaritaville is giving audiences the opportunity to relive the artist’s tropical paradise vibes.  

The familiar Buffett tunes will have you singing along and dancing to the songs that made Buffett a well-known act. The show promises a colorful stage, complete with beach balls and tiki bars.  

The performers of Buffett’s Margaritaville know how to excite the crowd and make you feel as though you escaped to a tropical island. Hospice of Havasu will be doing a 50/50 raffle drawing at the concert.

Buffet’s Margaritaville at Tribute to Jimmy Buffett concert will be on Friday, Jan. 12 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center. Tickets can be purchased by visiting yourconcerttix.com/venue/lake-havasu-aquatic-center/. If you can’t make this event, TAD Management has many other tribute artists scheduled for the season.  

Toby will be performing Toby Keith favorites on January 13, Pink Floyd tribute band Shine on Floyd will be playing on January 14, and 4NR will be singing on stage the following week bringing you Foreigner’s greatest hits. Come out and enjoy the musical gifts these musicians have left here with us.

Phaedra Veronique