The Reno/Tahoe area has a lot to offer its visitors. Below is a collective list provided by Reno Tahoe USA and The Grand Sierra Resort and Hotel of places to go, things to do and special events that will be in town! For a full list of all Reno/Tahoe events please visit their website by clicking here: http://www.visitrenotahoe.com/. We hope you enjoy your time at this years convention and experience all that Reno/Tahoe has to offer!
Nevada Museum of Art - Offering people of all-ages the chance to encounter, engage and enjoy a diversity of art and social experiences.
Riverwalk - Take a stroll along the Riverwalk and savor Reno’s exciting urban renaissance. You’ll find shopping, restaurants, bars and
taverns, entertainment, lodging, even a whitewater park – all in a safe, fun, friendly area that celebrates Reno’s arts, culture, and history 365 days a year.
Midtown - With an amazing diverse selection of eateries, bars, and coffee shop, MidTown can offer everyone different flavors for every day of the week. Focusing on local, our establishments source from local growers and distributors, ensuring that your dining experience is as fresh as possible.
Reno Aces Baseball – Take me out to the Ballgame! Enjoy our new Aces Baseball Park with views of the city skyline. Last Home Game in June 24th 1:05pm
Golf – Practice your swing at any of the 50 golf courses within 90 minutes of downtown Reno!
Sparks Outlets – Ever been to the largest all-sports store in the world? Check out Scheels in Reno-Sparks and many other outlet stores! Ride the Ferris Wheel as you shop around or catch a film at the neighboring IMAX theater!
Lake Tahoe - "I thought it must be the fairest picture the whole earth affords,” Mark Twain. Just 45 minutes from downtown Reno, visit Lake Tahoe - USA Today readers voted #1 in the country!
Virginia City - Once a vital settlement between Denver and San Francisco, Virginia City influenced the entire country. During its boomtime, Virginia City's mining proceeds amounted to millions of dollars, equaling billions today. Every inch of this picturesque, Victorian-era town, celebrates this colorful history. Stroll our authentic board sidewalks to Old West saloons, shops, museums, and restaurants. Or visit historic churches, 19th century homes, public buildings, and quaint cemeteries. Take your step back in time in Virginia City!
“Wow!” factor you don’t often find in a museum. You’ll see more than 200 eye-popping cars with authentic street scenes and sounds. The facades bring displays to life; a hardware store here, a movie theatre there which accompany artifacts from each era. Audio tours let you explore the museum at your own pace. It’s located on the corner of Lake and Mill Streets in downtown Reno.
Truckee - Come enjoy the charm and beauty of Downtown Truckee. Explore our unique shops and experience the gritty past and vibrant present of our historic railroad town. Downtown you will find dozens of independently owned and operated shops and eateries. Live entertainment, historic walking tours, local artists and one of a kind gifts and clothes offer an irresistible draw for both tourists and locals alike.
Reno Rodeo - The "Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West," the Reno Rodeo is a 10-day event and you can check it out while you are in town!
Adventure Sports Week - Escape the daily grind this June 20th through the 29th in one of the world’s top outdoor playgrounds. Adventure Sports Week Tahoe was created for those who appreciate clean air, clear water, scenic single track, and an elevated heart rate.
Come challenge yourself during the day in one of the many competitive events including trail running, mountain biking, triathlon, stand up paddle boarding, and swimming. Then relax in the evening while exploring North Lake Tahoe’s communities and mountain villages. Catch a live concert by the lake, or bring the whole family out for a movie on the beach.
Rastro Reno - Rastro Reno is an open air market with crafts, food and farmers market items and much more. Rastro is a unique gathering of vendors offering goods and services ranging from the creative and artistic to the new and innovative.
Reno Rockabilly Riot - Lots of good, old-fashioned Rockabilly fun that includes contests, entertainment, vendors and tons of cars that will make you drool. Whether you're into rust or not, you'll see it at the show. New in 2014 is the Rockabilly Beer Crawl, as well as a new location at John Ascauga's Nugget on Sparks Victorian Square.
Sparks Food Truck Drive In - Saturday, June 28 - The Sparks Food Truck Drive-In is a unique dinner and movie experience in Victorian Square. Local food trucks and vendors will be serving you, followed by a free movie in the newly renovated amphitheater. Adult beverages will be provided by Cantina Los Tres Hombres.
World Fighting Chapionships 24 - Saturday, June 28th - The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is teaming up with the WFC for 14 action-packed cage fights (6 Pro and 8 amateur) in the Grand Theatre.
Dance Inferno - At the Eldorado Resort and Casino this non-stop party performed by a dynamic cast of 20 talented singers and dancers showcases glittering costumes and dazzling choreography. Perfectly capturing the era, they perform ABBA’s biggest hits as well as other disco classics from the Bee Gees, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Gloria Estefan, Village People and more.
- The Grand Sierra Resort announced that they will have a soft open of their newest night club LEX on June 27th. The $15 million dollar entertainment venue will occupy 25,000 square feet - enough space to attract DJs from Las Vegas. It will feature three bars, 31 VIP tables and a cutting edge audio and visual system. They will even have a pool! "LEX is unlike anything this city has seen before and will change the way people think of Reno," said Steve Rosen, president of GSR. "It's critical for the area's future success that the entire community views these types of investments and projects as assets that can and will benefit all of us. This venue will bring an entirely new customer to the market and we hope that creates an ongoing trend throughout the region."
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