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Regan’s guidebook

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Regan’s guidebook

Sightseeing
Looking for a great nature walk nearby?
Oxbow Nature Study Area
3100 Dickerson Rd
Looking for a great nature walk nearby?
Historically a logging town, Truckee was also the site for major railroad construction in the 1860s. Today, its Old West-style downtown has morphed into an artistic hub, with historical sites and appealing boutiques and galleries. This creative culture earned Truckee the designation of a California Cultural District in 2017. Drop by Gallery 5830’, Mountain Arts Collective, and Riverside Studios, just three among many galleries, where you’ll find the handiwork of dozens of local artists, including works of sculpture, hand-blown glassware, woodwork, and more. Learn more about local history and nature at the independent bookstore, Word After Word, owned by two local moms. Or take home cool souvenirs and home decor with a mountain edge from Bespoke, a curated gift store owned by husband and wife Brian Hess and Heather River. A few doors down, the couple’s combo gallery, retail store, and arts classroom Atelier welcomes creative wannabees to come learn how to do everything from knit to screenprint to arrange flowers. The town has also become something of a foodie hot spot, with sophisticated but comfortable options including Stella, Pianeta, and Drunken Monkey, a favorite for sushi lovers. Chef-owners John and Nyna Weatherson dream up inventive prix fixe menus at Trokay, where you can also take classes to learn about cheese pairings or how to make your own pasta. Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats is Truckee’s nightlife landmark, serving up mountain roadhouse-style food and live jazz inside the 1873 Truckee Hotel. Nab a seat at the bar to watch acts like Mose Allison and Shotgun Wedding Quintet. For quality wines and wine tasting, visit The Pour House, with more than 350 wines on hand from small vineyards around the world. Craft beer also has a strong presence here—be sure to visit Alibi Ale Works’ Truckee location, which does triple duty as a pilot brewery, a public house that also serves food (get the gourmet nachos), and live music venue. Another Truckee beer destination is FiftyFifty Brewing Co., which recently won best brewing group of the year. Year-round adventure (and outdoor recreation) is easy to find in Truckee. In the warmer months, choose from rafting, swimming, rock climbing, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Or maybe a lazy float? Drive into Tahoe City on a warm summer day and you can’t miss the big tents set up alongside the sparkling Truckee River, where operators rent out inflatable rafts and inner tubes for a leisurely do-it-yourself day on the water. Sparkling Donner Lake, also located in Nevada County, is a fun alternative to Tahoe. For an easygoing bike ride, follow the 2.75-mile Truckee River Legacy Trail; much of the paved path parallels the pretty Truckee River.
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Historic Downtown Truckee
10065 Donner Pass Road
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Historically a logging town, Truckee was also the site for major railroad construction in the 1860s. Today, its Old West-style downtown has morphed into an artistic hub, with historical sites and appealing boutiques and galleries. This creative culture earned Truckee the designation of a California Cultural District in 2017. Drop by Gallery 5830’, Mountain Arts Collective, and Riverside Studios, just three among many galleries, where you’ll find the handiwork of dozens of local artists, including works of sculpture, hand-blown glassware, woodwork, and more. Learn more about local history and nature at the independent bookstore, Word After Word, owned by two local moms. Or take home cool souvenirs and home decor with a mountain edge from Bespoke, a curated gift store owned by husband and wife Brian Hess and Heather River. A few doors down, the couple’s combo gallery, retail store, and arts classroom Atelier welcomes creative wannabees to come learn how to do everything from knit to screenprint to arrange flowers. The town has also become something of a foodie hot spot, with sophisticated but comfortable options including Stella, Pianeta, and Drunken Monkey, a favorite for sushi lovers. Chef-owners John and Nyna Weatherson dream up inventive prix fixe menus at Trokay, where you can also take classes to learn about cheese pairings or how to make your own pasta. Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats is Truckee’s nightlife landmark, serving up mountain roadhouse-style food and live jazz inside the 1873 Truckee Hotel. Nab a seat at the bar to watch acts like Mose Allison and Shotgun Wedding Quintet. For quality wines and wine tasting, visit The Pour House, with more than 350 wines on hand from small vineyards around the world. Craft beer also has a strong presence here—be sure to visit Alibi Ale Works’ Truckee location, which does triple duty as a pilot brewery, a public house that also serves food (get the gourmet nachos), and live music venue. Another Truckee beer destination is FiftyFifty Brewing Co., which recently won best brewing group of the year. Year-round adventure (and outdoor recreation) is easy to find in Truckee. In the warmer months, choose from rafting, swimming, rock climbing, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Or maybe a lazy float? Drive into Tahoe City on a warm summer day and you can’t miss the big tents set up alongside the sparkling Truckee River, where operators rent out inflatable rafts and inner tubes for a leisurely do-it-yourself day on the water. Sparkling Donner Lake, also located in Nevada County, is a fun alternative to Tahoe. For an easygoing bike ride, follow the 2.75-mile Truckee River Legacy Trail; much of the paved path parallels the pretty Truckee River.
(775) 333-9300 10 South Lake St, Reno, NV 89501 This museum displays historic automobiles from the late 19th century and from throughout the 20th. Most of the vehicles displayed are from the collection of the late casino owner William F. Harrah, and so the museum is sometimes referred to as The Harrah Collection. The museum opened in 1989.
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National Automobile Museum
10 Lake Street
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(775) 333-9300 10 South Lake St, Reno, NV 89501 This museum displays historic automobiles from the late 19th century and from throughout the 20th. Most of the vehicles displayed are from the collection of the late casino owner William F. Harrah, and so the museum is sometimes referred to as The Harrah Collection. The museum opened in 1989.
Fleischmann Planetarium
1664 N Virginia St
Animal Ark has provided a safe haven for injured, abandoned and otherwise non-releasable wildlife. This sanctuary mission is to inspire environmental stewardship through wildlife education. Adults - $13 | Senior (62+) - $11 Children (3 - 12) - $8.50 1265 Deerlodge Road Reno, NV 89508 Phone: 1-775-970-3111
Animal Ark
1265 Deerlodge Rd
Animal Ark has provided a safe haven for injured, abandoned and otherwise non-releasable wildlife. This sanctuary mission is to inspire environmental stewardship through wildlife education. Adults - $13 | Senior (62+) - $11 Children (3 - 12) - $8.50 1265 Deerlodge Road Reno, NV 89508 Phone: 1-775-970-3111
This is the world's largest nostalgic classic car show. The event fills the streets of Reno/Sparks with memorable sounds & hot rods from the 50s, 60s & 70s.
Hot August Nights
This is the world's largest nostalgic classic car show. The event fills the streets of Reno/Sparks with memorable sounds & hot rods from the 50s, 60s & 70s.
This was a family favorite of ours! Come celebrate the joy of flight at the Great Reno Balloon Race, the world’s largest FREE hot-air ballooning event. During four days in early September, you can look up into the Reno skies and see a rainbow of hot air balloons soaring about. From its humble beginnings in 1982 with just 20 balloons, The Great Reno Balloon Race has taken flight with up to 100 balloons each year. The idea was to create an event that would keep visitors in town the weekend between the State Fair and the Reno Air Races and 38 years later, it is known as a world-renowned, and locally, a beloved community tradition. Taking place just a few miles north of downtown Reno, the event enchants both young and old with its vibrant colors and inspiring music. The Great Reno Balloon Race has won many awards over the years, including ‘Best Special Event in Reno’ and ‘Best Special Event in Northern Nevada.’ With an average of 120,000 spectators attending the event each year, the number of lives touched by the beautiful spectacle continues to rise just like the balloons themselves. So be sure to get there early! Parking is almost impossible so I recommend hopping in an uber at 4 AM. Pack a blanket, chair, hot cocoa, snacks and some cash for the many vendors and get set up with a good seat. Glow Show starts at 5 AM, then Dawn Patrol.
Great Reno Balloon Race
This was a family favorite of ours! Come celebrate the joy of flight at the Great Reno Balloon Race, the world’s largest FREE hot-air ballooning event. During four days in early September, you can look up into the Reno skies and see a rainbow of hot air balloons soaring about. From its humble beginnings in 1982 with just 20 balloons, The Great Reno Balloon Race has taken flight with up to 100 balloons each year. The idea was to create an event that would keep visitors in town the weekend between the State Fair and the Reno Air Races and 38 years later, it is known as a world-renowned, and locally, a beloved community tradition. Taking place just a few miles north of downtown Reno, the event enchants both young and old with its vibrant colors and inspiring music. The Great Reno Balloon Race has won many awards over the years, including ‘Best Special Event in Reno’ and ‘Best Special Event in Northern Nevada.’ With an average of 120,000 spectators attending the event each year, the number of lives touched by the beautiful spectacle continues to rise just like the balloons themselves. So be sure to get there early! Parking is almost impossible so I recommend hopping in an uber at 4 AM. Pack a blanket, chair, hot cocoa, snacks and some cash for the many vendors and get set up with a good seat. Glow Show starts at 5 AM, then Dawn Patrol.
Sep 16-20th Get ready to experience high-flying action, special performances by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, Lucas Oil Air Shows and our first-ever Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) Drag Racing Demonstrations. Remember to get your ticket if you haven’t already and follow the below recommendations to make your air racing experience one you’ll never forget! Wear sunscreen, hats and sunglasses to protect against the sun No outside food and drink allowed, unless you are a box seat ticket holder (one bottle of water is allowed into the races) Weather conditions can change throughout the day; dress in layers for optimal comfort Wear comfortable shoes A separate ticket is required to enter the Pits Smoking is prohibited No dogs (except for service dogs) Children five and under are free Parking is cash only General Admission Tickets allow attendees into the concession area behind the grandstands, static displays, the Drone Zone as well as non-reserved seating in the general grandstands Reserved Seating Tickets ensure guest an assigned seat in the reserved grandstand – located across from the home pylon – plus all the benefits of a General Admission Ticket Remember, ticket prices go up at the door so purchase tickets in advance for savings Tickets range from $5-$45 currently for a single day (updated Jan 2020). 4895 Texas Ave Reno, NV United States 775-9726663
Reno Air Races
14501 Mt Anderson St
Sep 16-20th Get ready to experience high-flying action, special performances by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, Lucas Oil Air Shows and our first-ever Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) Drag Racing Demonstrations. Remember to get your ticket if you haven’t already and follow the below recommendations to make your air racing experience one you’ll never forget! Wear sunscreen, hats and sunglasses to protect against the sun No outside food and drink allowed, unless you are a box seat ticket holder (one bottle of water is allowed into the races) Weather conditions can change throughout the day; dress in layers for optimal comfort Wear comfortable shoes A separate ticket is required to enter the Pits Smoking is prohibited No dogs (except for service dogs) Children five and under are free Parking is cash only General Admission Tickets allow attendees into the concession area behind the grandstands, static displays, the Drone Zone as well as non-reserved seating in the general grandstands Reserved Seating Tickets ensure guest an assigned seat in the reserved grandstand – located across from the home pylon – plus all the benefits of a General Admission Ticket Remember, ticket prices go up at the door so purchase tickets in advance for savings Tickets range from $5-$45 currently for a single day (updated Jan 2020). 4895 Texas Ave Reno, NV United States 775-9726663
Food scene
Food Truck Fridays are here all summer long with live music & all the best roadside grub.
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Idlewild Park
2055 Idlewild Drive
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Food Truck Fridays are here all summer long with live music & all the best roadside grub.
GREAT coffee spot if you are looking to order a meal! If you like chai latte's this spot has the best one in town!
Walden's Coffeehouse
3940 Mayberry Drive
GREAT coffee spot if you are looking to order a meal! If you like chai latte's this spot has the best one in town!
This is my favorite local coffee spot as it is within a mile's distance walk along the river from the condo. This is the HUB for all local meets ups. Grab a coffee and people watch on the patio or meditate on a bench down by the riverbank.
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Hub Coffee Roasters
727 Riverside Drive
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This is my favorite local coffee spot as it is within a mile's distance walk along the river from the condo. This is the HUB for all local meets ups. Grab a coffee and people watch on the patio or meditate on a bench down by the riverbank.
Neighborhoods
This strip of businesses on S Virginia is the original downtown of Reno with vintage shops, clothing botiques, restaurants & bars galore!
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Midtown
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This strip of businesses on S Virginia is the original downtown of Reno with vintage shops, clothing botiques, restaurants & bars galore!
This is downtown where you can find an array of restaurants and bars along the river, as well as the Century Riverside 12 movie theater offering $5 movies on Tuesdays.
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Riverwalk District
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This is downtown where you can find an array of restaurants and bars along the river, as well as the Century Riverside 12 movie theater offering $5 movies on Tuesdays.
Activities
If the river is high enough & you have tubes, float down the river if you are brave enough! Truckee River can be a bit rocky. I suggest getting in at Mayberry Park & getting out just before Wingfield park. Hop out and grab a beer at Sierra Tap House.
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Truckee River
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If the river is high enough & you have tubes, float down the river if you are brave enough! Truckee River can be a bit rocky. I suggest getting in at Mayberry Park & getting out just before Wingfield park. Hop out and grab a beer at Sierra Tap House.
Wingfield is the heart of Reno's outdoor festivities, the host of many music, food, art and cultural events throughout the summer months. Many events are free! Grab a blanket and chair and find a spot on the grass or riverbank.
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Wingfield Park
2 South Arlington Avenue
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Wingfield is the heart of Reno's outdoor festivities, the host of many music, food, art and cultural events throughout the summer months. Many events are free! Grab a blanket and chair and find a spot on the grass or riverbank.
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South Lake Tahoe
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Closest Ski Resort to Reno!
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Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe
22222 Mount Rose Highway
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Closest Ski Resort to Reno!
Epic snowshoeing spot where the wildlife sits in the palm of your hand
Chickadee Ridge
Epic snowshoeing spot where the wildlife sits in the palm of your hand
Catch a local Reno Aces game! If you're lucky you may catch one of their frequent fireworks shows as well!
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Greater Nevada Field
250 Evans Avenue
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Catch a local Reno Aces game! If you're lucky you may catch one of their frequent fireworks shows as well!
Visit Reno's world-class science museum to learn, create, and discover. With year-round events and exhibits open every day, The Discovery has fun for everyone. The Discovery is the home for informal science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) learning. Through hands-on galleries and exhibitions, and a robust array of educational programs, The Discovery connects learners of all ages with opportunities to explore a wide variety of ever-changing topics, all designed to inspire curiosity and further investigation. Northern Nevada’s hub for fun, hands-on science exploration for all ages.
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The Discovery - Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum
490 South Center Street
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Visit Reno's world-class science museum to learn, create, and discover. With year-round events and exhibits open every day, The Discovery has fun for everyone. The Discovery is the home for informal science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) learning. Through hands-on galleries and exhibitions, and a robust array of educational programs, The Discovery connects learners of all ages with opportunities to explore a wide variety of ever-changing topics, all designed to inspire curiosity and further investigation. Northern Nevada’s hub for fun, hands-on science exploration for all ages.
Reno being the main hub for all things Burning Man has a real appreciation for the arts, you can often find art installations on display around town or you can stop in the museum. This museum is also known to have a GREAT mimosa brunch at Chez Louie! Come take a guided tour, check out an exhibit, or participate in a class! $10 General Admission $8 Student/Senior (ages 60 and up) $1 Children 6 to 12 years FREE Children 5 and under FREE Nevada Museum of Art Members FREE High school students with valid school I.D. 160 West Liberty Reno, Nevada 89501 775.329.3333
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Nevada Museum of Art
160 West Liberty Street
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Reno being the main hub for all things Burning Man has a real appreciation for the arts, you can often find art installations on display around town or you can stop in the museum. This museum is also known to have a GREAT mimosa brunch at Chez Louie! Come take a guided tour, check out an exhibit, or participate in a class! $10 General Admission $8 Student/Senior (ages 60 and up) $1 Children 6 to 12 years FREE Children 5 and under FREE Nevada Museum of Art Members FREE High school students with valid school I.D. 160 West Liberty Reno, Nevada 89501 775.329.3333
Pioneer Center is a 1,500-seat theater located at 100 S. Virginia St. in the heart of downtown Reno. The largest performing arts facility in northern Nevada, the Pioneer Center features a distinctive gold-anodized geodesic dome and is an excellent example of mid-century Populuxe architecture. The Pioneer Center is listed on both the Nevada State Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places. The Pioneer Center is home to our area’s most prominent performing arts organizations: the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, A.V.A. Ballet Theatre, and Artown. In addition, PCPA presents the Broadway Comes to Reno series, now celebrating 25 years of bringing touring Broadway musicals to northern Nevada. Over 100,000 people attend productions at the Pioneer Center each year. A host to over 100 events throughout the year, from dance recitals to Broadway productions. Tickets by Phone: (775) 434-1050 Box Office: (775) 686-6600 Box Office Hours: M-F 11AM-6PM and 2 hours prior to showtime Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts 100 S. Virginia St. Reno, NV 89501 (775) 686-6610
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Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts
100 South Virginia Street
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Pioneer Center is a 1,500-seat theater located at 100 S. Virginia St. in the heart of downtown Reno. The largest performing arts facility in northern Nevada, the Pioneer Center features a distinctive gold-anodized geodesic dome and is an excellent example of mid-century Populuxe architecture. The Pioneer Center is listed on both the Nevada State Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places. The Pioneer Center is home to our area’s most prominent performing arts organizations: the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, A.V.A. Ballet Theatre, and Artown. In addition, PCPA presents the Broadway Comes to Reno series, now celebrating 25 years of bringing touring Broadway musicals to northern Nevada. Over 100,000 people attend productions at the Pioneer Center each year. A host to over 100 events throughout the year, from dance recitals to Broadway productions. Tickets by Phone: (775) 434-1050 Box Office: (775) 686-6600 Box Office Hours: M-F 11AM-6PM and 2 hours prior to showtime Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts 100 S. Virginia St. Reno, NV 89501 (775) 686-6610
Imagine your toes in the sand, a fantastic bottle of wine nearby, a gourmet meal in hand and first-class entertainment before you… all while basking in a perfect Lake Tahoe sunset with your friends and family. You’re not dreaming, you’re experiencing the enchantment of Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. The main gate opens at 5:30 pm for access to concession and theater for pre-performance gathering. There is no need to line up early to secure your seat, as seating is assigned in all sections except Upper and Side Galleries. Upper and Side Gallery guests may want to arrive a little early to get settled in these first come first served sections. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. every night of the week. Show times vary, but typically end approximately 2½ hours later, including a 15-minute intermission. Patrons arriving after a play has begun will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager. As a helpful reminder, it is very dark after the performance when getting back to your vehicle in the parking lot, so bring a flashlight to help you return to your car. There are no ATM or cashback options at the festival. Warren Edward Trepp Stage Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe NV State Park 2005 Highway 28 Incline Village, NV 89451 TIX: 1-(800) 747-4697
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Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
Incline Way
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Imagine your toes in the sand, a fantastic bottle of wine nearby, a gourmet meal in hand and first-class entertainment before you… all while basking in a perfect Lake Tahoe sunset with your friends and family. You’re not dreaming, you’re experiencing the enchantment of Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. The main gate opens at 5:30 pm for access to concession and theater for pre-performance gathering. There is no need to line up early to secure your seat, as seating is assigned in all sections except Upper and Side Galleries. Upper and Side Gallery guests may want to arrive a little early to get settled in these first come first served sections. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. every night of the week. Show times vary, but typically end approximately 2½ hours later, including a 15-minute intermission. Patrons arriving after a play has begun will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager. As a helpful reminder, it is very dark after the performance when getting back to your vehicle in the parking lot, so bring a flashlight to help you return to your car. There are no ATM or cashback options at the festival. Warren Edward Trepp Stage Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe NV State Park 2005 Highway 28 Incline Village, NV 89451 TIX: 1-(800) 747-4697
September 24 - 27, 2020 Reno, Tahoe, Carson & Virginia City, Nevada Street Vibrations Motorcycle Festival is a celebration of music, metal and motorcycles, offering poker runs, live entertainment, ride-in shows, stunt and bike shows and more to more than 50,000 riding enthusiasts. This event is so big, it rocks at several locations throughout the region. Major event venues are planned in downtown Reno, historic Virginia City, at Reno Harley-Davidson, Carson City Motorsports and Battle Born Harley-Davidson in Carson City. Rides to what Mark Twain called “the fairest picture the whole earth affords," - Lake Tahoe - provide unparalleled natural beauty. Flirt with Lady Luck during poker runs and scavenger hunts. It’s HOG heaven! Don’t miss the Silver Legacy American Heat® Custom Bike Show managed by Mondo Porras of Denver's Choppers, this year including Chicano Yank. This event will be held in the Reno Ballroom along with the Bike Corral, where registered VIPs can sell their motorcycles. Grand Marshal Erik Estrada will head up the Police on Parade. Wet your whistle at the bikini bar with bartenders from the International Bikini Team inside the Reno Ballroom and at the Hog Town Bar in the Eldorado Plaza. Check out the Tattoo Expo for body art extraordinaire with live tattooing available. Swell with pride in your country at the ceremonial flag raising and national anthem. See if you've got what it takes to win the Good Vibrations® Slow Bike Races or cheer on your favorites, at the Reno Arch. Enjoy plenty of local and regional bands on 7 outdoor stages throughout the rally. Visit and shop the 250 vendors and many factory rigs selling everything for your motorcycle and more. New to the rally is the Burning Ninja fire show. Returning once again is world famous Monte Perlin and his Globe of Death. The Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club will lead a parade from Reno Harley-Davidson® to the Eldorado Outdoom Main Event Stage in downtown Reno. You can register as a Street Vibrations® VIP participant at the Roadshows event headquarters in the Reno Ballroom at 4th and Center St. in downtown Reno. For just $75, registered VIP's get an official t-shirt, ride pin and hog tag, entry to poker runs, scavenger hunts, VIP parties and slow bike races, and secured VIP parking. The event is open to all motorcycles and is FREE to the public.
Street Vibrations
601 Kuenzli St
September 24 - 27, 2020 Reno, Tahoe, Carson & Virginia City, Nevada Street Vibrations Motorcycle Festival is a celebration of music, metal and motorcycles, offering poker runs, live entertainment, ride-in shows, stunt and bike shows and more to more than 50,000 riding enthusiasts. This event is so big, it rocks at several locations throughout the region. Major event venues are planned in downtown Reno, historic Virginia City, at Reno Harley-Davidson, Carson City Motorsports and Battle Born Harley-Davidson in Carson City. Rides to what Mark Twain called “the fairest picture the whole earth affords," - Lake Tahoe - provide unparalleled natural beauty. Flirt with Lady Luck during poker runs and scavenger hunts. It’s HOG heaven! Don’t miss the Silver Legacy American Heat® Custom Bike Show managed by Mondo Porras of Denver's Choppers, this year including Chicano Yank. This event will be held in the Reno Ballroom along with the Bike Corral, where registered VIPs can sell their motorcycles. Grand Marshal Erik Estrada will head up the Police on Parade. Wet your whistle at the bikini bar with bartenders from the International Bikini Team inside the Reno Ballroom and at the Hog Town Bar in the Eldorado Plaza. Check out the Tattoo Expo for body art extraordinaire with live tattooing available. Swell with pride in your country at the ceremonial flag raising and national anthem. See if you've got what it takes to win the Good Vibrations® Slow Bike Races or cheer on your favorites, at the Reno Arch. Enjoy plenty of local and regional bands on 7 outdoor stages throughout the rally. Visit and shop the 250 vendors and many factory rigs selling everything for your motorcycle and more. New to the rally is the Burning Ninja fire show. Returning once again is world famous Monte Perlin and his Globe of Death. The Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club will lead a parade from Reno Harley-Davidson® to the Eldorado Outdoom Main Event Stage in downtown Reno. You can register as a Street Vibrations® VIP participant at the Roadshows event headquarters in the Reno Ballroom at 4th and Center St. in downtown Reno. For just $75, registered VIP's get an official t-shirt, ride pin and hog tag, entry to poker runs, scavenger hunts, VIP parties and slow bike races, and secured VIP parking. The event is open to all motorcycles and is FREE to the public.
Treat yourself
Reno has a great selection of hotels and casinos such as: Atlantis, El Dorado, Silver Legacy, Peppermill, Circus Circus offering fine dining, spa treatments and gambling galore!
Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
3800 South Virginia Street
Reno has a great selection of hotels and casinos such as: Atlantis, El Dorado, Silver Legacy, Peppermill, Circus Circus offering fine dining, spa treatments and gambling galore!
Come spend the day unwinding in self-care at Reno's floatquarters. Healing One is a balanced float center offering float sessions, massage/bodywork, energy healing and infrared sauna. You're bound to meet great folks with good energy around these parts! 235 Redfield Pkwy, Suite 103 Reno, Nevada, 89509 USA, Earth OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK All Days: 8am-8pm except Thursday: 12pm-8pm (775) 499-5393
Healing One
235 Redfield Pkwy
Come spend the day unwinding in self-care at Reno's floatquarters. Healing One is a balanced float center offering float sessions, massage/bodywork, energy healing and infrared sauna. You're bound to meet great folks with good energy around these parts! 235 Redfield Pkwy, Suite 103 Reno, Nevada, 89509 USA, Earth OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK All Days: 8am-8pm except Thursday: 12pm-8pm (775) 499-5393

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Reno draws a crowd for several events throughout the year such as Hot August Nights: the largest Nostalgic Car show in the world, The Great Reno Hot Air Balloon Race, Reno River Festival, Great El Dorado BBQ, Brews & Blues, Reno Art Town, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off, National Championship Air Races, Street Vibrations Fall Rally (Motorcycles), El Dorado Great Italian Festival, Christmas Santa Crawl.