If you love live entertainment, you’ll want to visit Reno this spring or summer for exciting events. Whether you’re a concert fanatic or a stand-up-comedy aficionado, there’s always something sensational to see in Reno. You may want to add these upcoming live events to your schedule before they pass you by.
Diana Ross at Grand Sierra Theatre
Diana Ross, known as one of the true original divas, will play at the Grand Sierra Theatre on Friday, June 16. Ross has won 12 Grammys and was even nominated for an Oscar. She’s widely regarded as one of the most talented female entertainers in the world, and this summer provides the perfect opportunity to see her perform. Her legendary catalog of songs spans 60 years, and this concert allows you to see some of her classic material from her solo career as well as her time with The Supremes.
The Grand Sierra Theatre is a fabulous venue too. In fact, if you’d like to get dinner before the show, the Grand Café and Uno Mas Street Tacos + Spirits are situated inside the Grand Sierra Resort for easy access. Just a short walk away, other dining options include Chickie’s & Pete’s and Charlie Palmer Steak.
Matchbox Twenty at Nugget Event Center
On Friday, June 2, the Nugget Event Center in Sparks will host Matchbox Twenty with special guest Matt Nathanson. Matchbox Twenty has produced several chart-topping singles and has secured five Grammy nominations. Rob Thomas, the band’s frontman, is well-renowned in his own right, receiving three Grammy awards for his collaboration with Carlos Santana in 2000. Matt Nathanson also has a reputation as a storied songwriter and performer with several studio albums, one of which produced his multi-platinum hit “Come On Get Higher.”
The Nugget Event Center is an outdoor amphitheater at the Nugget Casino Resort. While this resort may have started as a simple coffee shop in the 1950s, it now offers five award-winning restaurants. So if you want to get dinner before your concert, you won’t have to spend much time searching for a great meal. Your food options at the resort include Island Grill, Rosie’s Cafe, Oyster Bar, Game On, and Anthony’s Chophouse.
Back Country Festival at Corley Ranch
The Back Country Festival will be held June 2-4 at Corley Ranch located in Carson Valley, where you can set up camp for the weekend-long festival. If you love live music, barbecue, and cold brews, you’ll love what the 2023 festival has in store. This year, the lineup includes Paul Cauthen, Ashley McBryde, Midland, Hailey Whitters, Whitney Morgan and the 78s, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Leftover Salmon, and more.
Corley Ranch is one of the area’s most immersive concert venues because it’s actually a working ranch where the owners raise cattle, hay, and pumpkins. The ranch encompasses 300 acres of pasture, making it one of the most beautiful venues in the region.
Adam Ray at Silver Legacy Resort Casino
The Laugh Factory at Reno’s Silver Legacy Resort Casino hosts many comics, but you don’t want to miss Adam Ray, performing June 1-4 this summer. Ray plays a young Vince McMahon on “Young Rock” for NBC, a sitcom portraying the life of Dwayne Johnson. He has also appeared in movies such as “The Heat” and “Ghostbusters.”
You’ll want to have dinner before the show, and Silver Legacy Resort Casino has you covered. With options such as Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Café Central, and Spa Café and Bar, you won’t go hungry. In addition, the resort hosts two coffee shops if you’re just in the mood for coffee and dessert. You can also spend hours gambling on-site or book a room to fully experience Reno in style.
Little Big Town at Grand Sierra Theatre
Little Big Town will play at Grand Sierra Theatre on Sunday, July 16, and tickets are still available to see this award-winning country act. Little Big Town has won accolades at multiple award shows, including The Grammy Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, Country Music Awards, and American Music Awards. For over 20 years, the band has consistently produced number-one singles. This summer provides you with the perfect opportunity to see this successful group.
While at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, you can do more than gamble and see the show. You can also check out some delicious food at Rim Asian Bistro, The Grand Buffet, or Johnny Rockets. You can even rent a room for the night and make a weekend out of the occasion.
Elvis Costello at Silver Legacy Resort Casino
On Sunday, June 11, the Grande Exposition Hall at Silver Legacy Resort Casino will host Elvis Costello and The Imposters. Known for his signature style and distinctive voice, Elvis Costello has been making music since the 1970s. Costello has worked with many other acts, and this concert provides an excellent opportunity to experience Costello’s unique music live, whether it’s punk rock or symphonic pop.
Sam Hui at Reno Events Center
Sam Hui will perform at the Reno Events Center on May 28. Sam Hui is a Hong Kong musician, singer, and actor known for infusing Cantopop music with Western influence. Hui has come out of retirement, giving fans a rare opportunity to see him live again. Performing since the 1960s, Hui is a consummate entertainer and is expected to put on an outstanding show this spring.
The Reno Events Center is a fabulous downtown venue hosting many performers yearly. The event center offers 118,000 square feet of space, which makes it an ideal location for conferences and conventions. Ticket sales are available at the box office as well as online. The center also hosts a variety of sporting events, including basketball.
If you’d like to enjoy any of the live entertainment Reno has to offer, check out local resorts for the latest information. With plenty of events available to locals and visitors alike, there’s something for everyone, and you won’t want to miss out. De Castroverde Personal Injury & Accident Lawyer is proud to be located in Reno, where we have represented residents of Reno and the surrounding areas for over 20 years.