The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee kicks off summer with our Live at the Lake Summer Concert Series. Throughout the summer, join us in the Backyard on select Sundays as we host a variety of musicians and bands before lighting up the night’s sky with a spectacular fireworks display. Mark your calendar!
Sunday, May 26: Eric Dodd – This Lake Oconee native may call Nashville home now, but he'll be returning to his roots to showcase his pop country songs.
Sunday, June 2: The Brevet – This five-piece pop rock band is gaining national attention. Making their way from California, they'll be stopping on their tour in Lake Oconee.
Sunday, June 9: Shannon Tanner and the Oyster Reefers – Guests will be dancing the night away to this crowd favorite’s energetic covers of their favorite summer tunes
Sunday, June 16: The New Respects – This rock and soul group will have the crowd on their feet, clapping and dancing to their energetic beats.
Sunday, June 23: Brenda Nicole Moorer – Brenda is bringing her smooth jazz excellence to the lake from Atlanta to serenade the backyard crowd as the sun sets.
Sunday, June 30: Dave Barnes – A songwriter for country superstars like Blake Shelton, Thomas Rhett and Tim McGraw, this soul singer has had a standout career of his own.
Wednesday, July 3: Hot Licks and Rhetoric – This Atlanta-based tribute band brings the legendary sounds of Steely Dan to life for another season.
Sunday, July 14: Lauren Jenkins – Signed to Big Machine Records and coming off recent appearances at SXSW and the Today Show, expect to see a country superstar in the making in the resort’s own backyard.
Sunday, July 21: Fairground Saints – Fairground Saints' melodies and harmonies impressed Sony Music, and now they'll captivate the crowd.
Sunday, July 28: Jason Eskridge – Returning for his fourth ‘Live at the Lake,’ Jason is one of Nashville’s most in-demand artists.
Sunday, September 1: Rubik’s Groove (Labor Day Weekend) – This high-energy cover band will transport guests back in time, dancing to hits of the 80’s and 90’s.