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List of Northern Nevada Fireworks Displays, Holiday Events

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There are several fireworks displays and other events planned for the Fourth of July holiday across northern Nevada.
Here's a list of some of the festivities:

From the Reno News & Review:

Organizers of “Reno Celebrates America” are inviting Veterans of all service branches, their families and friends to participate in celebrating our nation's freedom while recognizing those who served to defend it.

“We'll have some fun activities and musical entertainment, followed by a salute to Veterans and a special patriotic performance by the Reno Jazz Band and Reno Municipal Band, “ says event producer John Murphy. “We also want to recognize the people who served our nation, making it possible for us to have this celebration in the first place.”

The event will feature a “Veterans Honor Wall” - sponsored by Scheels - on which people can write Veterans' names, branch of service and dates served. The “Honor Wall” will be displayed beyond July 4th at various locations throughout the region, and at Scheels in Sparks during the Veterans Day holiday week. According to Murphy, “We have about 600 square feet of blank space which we'd love to fill with thousands of Veterans' names; I think we can make that happen.”

A tribute to Veterans is planned for 7PM, leading into the national anthem performed by local vocalist Jakki Ford, “We'd like to find some Veterans whose stories are extraordinary, which we can share with the audience on July 4th,” says Murphy. “If you know someone with a good story, we'd like to tell it on July 4th.” The tribute will be followed by patriotic performances by the Reno Jazz Band and the Reno Municipal Band, including musical tributes to each branch of the military.
Reno Celebrates America is a featured Art own event, supported by the City of Reno, produced by the Reno News & Review and sponsored by Champion Chevrolet. The event is free and open to the public and will run from PM – 9:3 at Wingfield Park, on the Trucker River in Downtown Reno. A short pyrotechnic show will happen during the finale of the Reno Municipal Band's performance.

From the Reno News & Review

From the Reno Aces:
The Reno Aces will host the Sacramento River Cats for a three-game series starting tomorrow, in a set that will span the Aces’ Independence Weekend Celebration.
Limited general admission tickets are available for the July 4 game, however seats are still available for the July 5 and 6 games.

The three-game set will be the first of four meetings between the clubs in the last two months of the season. Sacramento is currently leading the Aces by 2.5 games in the Pacific Northern division.

KTVN's Garrett Dearborn will throw out the first pitch for the July 3rd game.

The Independence Day celebration will begin at 4:00 with a pre-game party on the plaza outside of Aces Ballpark with Inflatable's for children. The Freight House District will feature the Alias Smith Band and a July 4th specialty menu. KTVN’s Mike Alger will sing the national anthem to start the game against the rival River Cats. After the game, Reno’s premier fireworks show presented by Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, AK-Bull 98.1 FM and KTVN Channel 2 News takes center stage.

The Aces will host their second “Off the Plate” Craft Fair and Food Truck Rally on Thursday, July 3 in conjunction with “Swings for Stars and Stripes” from 4-8 p.m. Saturday’s game against Sacramento will also feature a post game fireworks show, as well as a special July 5 family pack deal.

Thursday, July 3
*”Swings for Stars and Stripes” to benefit Blue Star Mothers. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase a 25-pitch batting practice session on the field for $20, limited to the first 60 fans to sign up. Fans can also go on the field to shag fly balls by making a donation of $5. Sign-ups will begin at 4 p.m. at the Aces’ ticket office, and the event will go from 4-8 p.m.
*”Off the Plate” Craft Fair and Food Truck Rally starting at 5 p.m.
*Free Ballpark Tours.

Friday, July 4
*Reno Aces vs. Sacramento River Cats, 6:35 p.m.
*Pre-game Party on the Plaza. Inflatable's will be set up on the plaza from 4-7 p.m., and the Freight House District will feature the Alias Smith Band and a barbeque buffet.
*Reno’s premier fireworks show after the game presented by Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center, AK-Bull 98.1 FM and KTVN Channel 2 News.

Saturday, July 5
*Reno Aces vs. Sacramento River Cats, 7:05 p.m.
*July 5th Family Pack. Four right field reserved tickets, four food vouchers (good for a hot dog or beef sandwich, chips, and a soda), and 20 percent off in the Team Store for $76.
*post game fireworks show presented by AK-Bull 98.1 FM and KTVN Channel 2 News.
*The Masters of Magic will perform during and after the game, and will be available to meet fans on the concourse.
*Free concert in the Freight House District before and after the game featuring Jake’s Garage Band.

Sunday, July 6
*Reno Aces v. Sacramento River Cats, 6:05 p.m.
*Circus Circus Family Sunday featuring baseball bingo.
*Kids Eat Free Sunday presented by Sam’s Club, Jimmied Candy, 106.9 MORE FM and CBS Sports Radio 96.1. 500 fans 12 and under will receive a free hot dog, bag of candy and small soda.

Tickets for the Independence Weekend Celebration, including the July 5 Family Pack, are on sale now. For more information, or to purchase an Aces ticket plan, call (775) 334-4700. For up-to-date news and notes throughout the off season, visit, follow the club on Twitter (@aces) or like the team on Facebook.

From the Reno Aces

From the Silver Legacy: Biggest Little Wing Feast

Taste the best wings at the “Biggest Little Wing Feast,” set for July 4-6! With some smoking’ live music all weekend long, chicken wing vendors from all over competing for cash prizes, an amateur wing-eating contest and street faire vendors, Virginia Street is the All-American place to be for 4th of July weekend!

We have cookers from near and far, for your tasting pleasure. Vendors like Joe Bob’s Chicken, Redneck Wings, Noble Pizza, Ted’s Bar & Grill from San Francisco and Triple Threat BBQ from Sacramento, to name just a few. Come on downtown, chicken wing aficionados! Three days of competition that’s sure to get fierce! Cookers will present their wings at “The Hen House” for “Best,” “Celebrity Choice” and the ever-popular “People’s Choice” awards each day! There are cash prizes, two night stays at Silver Legacy and gift certificates to the award-winning Sterling’s Seafood Steakhouse for placing in the contests. And get in on the amateur wing eating contest! Twelve minutes of wing-eating mania!

Live entertainment includes:
Thursday, July 4-Northern Heat, Noon-3:30 p.m.
                                 Bro die Stewart Band, 4:30-8:00 p.m.
Friday, July 5-Michael Beck Band, Noon-3:30 p.m.
                           Aces Up, 4:30-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 6-Aces Up, 10:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
                               Erin McKinney Band, 2:30-6:00 p.m.
                               Strait Country, A Salute to George Strait, 6:45-8:00 p.m.

Silver Legacy’s Grande Exposition Hall is host to Terry Fator, aka "The Human Jukebox," Friday, July 5 at 8 p.m. Fator is a ventriloquist and impressionist who won Season 2 of “America's Got Talent.”
For more information about Silver Legacy Resort Casino and the Biggest Little Wing Feast, 2013, visit us online at or find us on Facebook, Twitter, You Tube or Silver Legacy’s iPhone, iPad and Android App's. Tickets to Terry Fator are available at or or call 800-MUST-SEE (687-8733) OR 775-329-4701.

From Silver Legacy: 

Rail City Casino in Sparks says it will host daytime holiday events in its east parking lot after the City of Sparks recently announced it would no longer host the event. The Rail City's PM event will include a rock climbing wall, face painting, crafter's, karaoke, food and beverages, basketball and kids' games. There will also be a dunk tank, which will allow guests to try to dunk members of the Rail City management team, including the general manager. Rail City is located at 2121 Victorian Avenue in Sparks.

From JA Nugget:

JA Nugget is proud to host the 5th annual Star Spangled Sparks fireworks show and 4th of July celebration! The Nugget's 2014 fireworks show in Sparks will be the biggest fireworks show in the Northern Nevada area, and we invite everyone to come down on Friday, July 4th to celebrate.
For safety reasons, please leave pets, barbecues and glass containers at home.
Park and Ride Shuttle Service
Complimentary shuttles will provide round-trip transportation from Legends to the RTC Centennial Plaza at Victorian Square during the event. Shuttles will pick up guests in the large dirt lot between Fuddruckers and Popeye's starting at 4 p.m. Shuttles will run continuously throughout the event until after the fireworks show.
Parking at the event is limited and attendees are encouraged to take advantage of the free shuttle service. The City of Sparks' public parking structures will be open and free for this event. The entire Nugget Parking Structure will be reserved for 18 and 24 Nugget Advantage Rewards player's club members and Nugget hotel guests only.
Kids' Area
Children will delight in the face painters, clowns and magicians roaming the square, as well as an array of rides and activities. The Kids' Area will be located on Victorian Plaza, adjacent to Century Theatres, and will include games, a super slide and mechanical rides. Ride tickets will be available for purchase just outside the Kids' Area.
KOH Simulcast
The fireworks show will be broadcast live with music over KOH News Talk 780. Tune in to hear music corresponding with the fireworks.
Live music from the main stage (located toward the West End of Victorian Avenue) will keep the crowd dancing into the evening. West Bay Rhythm will be providing live entertainment from 5:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.  Emily Hammer will be singing the National Anthem prior to the start of the fireworks show.
Food and Drink Vendors
Multiple food and drink vendors will be set up providing tasty and delicious snacks and refreshing drinks from 2:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. for everyone to enjoy. Also, the restaurants inside the Nugget will be extending their hours for some late night dinner after the show.
Night-of-the-Event Potential Wind Delays
For updates on any potential wind delays on the evening of the event, please tune into KOH News Talk 780.
Free Bull Rides with Military ID
As a special thank you to those who are currently serving, or who have served our country, the Nugget will be offering free mechanical bull rides at the newly-opened Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que to anyone with a valid military ID.
The fireworks show is provided free-of-charge for the public thanks to the generous support of the 2014 sponsors, including the Nugget, Union Pacific Railroad, Rail City Casino, Wells Fargo, the City of Sparks, Western Village, More Distributing, Model Dairy, Coca Cola, Wells Fargo Insurance, Clear Channel Outdoor, Toll Fence, News Talk 780 KOH, John Hancock, Edward Jones Investments, Northern Nevada Toyota Dealers, Baldini's Casino, Bonanza Produce, Granite Construction, Lockwood-Moore Inc., NV Energy, Otis Elevator, Saint Mary's Health Plans, Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center, Sierra Gold, Sierra Meat, Waste Management, Southern Wine & Spirits and Sierra Electronics.

From JA  Nugget

From Baldini's Casino:

Baldini’s Casino will host the 4th Annual Freedom Festival Friday, July 4th from noon to 10 p.m. Celebrate Independence Day at Baldini's Event Plaza packed with family fun, live entertainment, a Classic Car Show-an-Shine, a Street Faire and prime seating for “Star Spangled Sparks Fireworks.”

“It’s going to be an all-American birthday party, and everyone’s invited,” said Randy Wilkes, Baldwin’s Casino Director of Marketing.
The Freedom Festival’s live outdoor entertainment will feature the KICK Band and the Red Hot smoking’ Aces. Activities will include Street Faire Arts, Crafts, food and beverage booths and live radio remotes.

Attendees may bring beach chairs and blankets to enjoy great views of “Star Spangled Sparks Fireworks.”
A Kids Zone will provide fun for kids of all ages, including a bounce house, a giant 25 foot slide, Aqua Bubble Rollers, an adrenaline rush obstacle, a bungee trampoline, a dunk tank, face painters and free ice cream for kids.

Indoors, customers can win their share of the $40,000 Baldini’s Giveaway with drawings held throughout the day. Immediately following the Fireworks Spectacular, slot players will have even more chances to win during the $4,500 Star Spangled Cash & Free Play Giveaway. Players can earn 777 points and receive a Baldwin’s Patriotic T-Shirt July 1-4 while supplies last.
Patrons can enjoy the $7.99 Steak & Shrimp Platter Special in the Empire Diner 24/7.

For more information on Baldini’s or the 4th Annual Freedom Festival, contact Baldini’s at (775) 358-0116.

From Baldini's Casino

From RAD Strategies
Put on your best Independence Day duds and celebrate the Fourth of July in classic, all-American style with the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and Billy Ray Cyrus at the Red, White and Tahoe Blue concert at Village on the Green in Incline Village, Nevi., Friday, July 4 at 8:30 p.m.

Fitting for a Fourth of July celebration and in honor of the 2 anniversary of "The Star-Spangled Banner" this year, the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus performs a reprise of "Chesapeake Summer of 1814." This piece, commissioned for the Reno Philharmonic by Music Director Laura Jackson to celebrate the anniversary of "The Star-Spangled Banner," was debuted last year. The performance includes visual effects synchronized to the complete rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" and other patriotic music and traditional songs that inspired our national anthem.

The orchestra joins country singer Billy Ray Cyrus for a performance of his song "Some Gave All," which earned Cyrus the Congressional Medal of Honor Society's Bob Hope Award.  This tribute to those who have given their lives in service is a welcome addition to an evening filled with emotional melodies and toe-tapping tunes, including a little Eschewing, an excerpt from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and John Philip Souse.

Concluding the night's festivities, the Reno Philharmonic will provide accompanying orchestral music to the fireworks display over Lake Tahoe, launched from floating barges.  The Red, White and Tahoe Blue fireworks display was rated the sixth biggest in the country in 2011 according to AOL Travel, and it grows in popularity and scale each year.
VIP ticket packages are available for this patriotic public concert, which include off-site reserved parking and shuttle, admittance to a Wine & Dine event at Aspen Grove, priority entrance to the Village Green, wine tasting, refreshments, gourmet hors d’oeuvres, dessert, coffee and VIP seating for the concert and fireworks display.

To purchase VIP packages or general admission tickets or for information on the event and the Reno Philharmonic, visit or call 775-323-6393.

From RAD Strategies

From Nevada 150

Many celebrations are scheduled statewide in the month of July. These Nevada 150 events help celebrate all things Nevada and bring awareness to the state’s150h Anniversary of Statehood.

Since 2007 Red, White and Tahoe Blue has celebrated our country’s independence while promoting community spirit, local merchants and charitable causes.  This year’s event takes place July 3-5 and includes over 28 events in Incline Village & Crystal Bay including a Parade, Concerts, Veterans Tribute, Rubber Ducky Races, Wine & Cheese, Beer & Brats, Community Fair, Ice Cream Social & Chalk Drawing for kids and so much more. For additional information or to purchase tickets please visit or call 775-298-1010.

The historic Hotel Nevada, located in the heart of downtown Ely, will be offering $1.50 desserts beginning July 1, 2014 through July 31, 2014 in honor of Nevada’s Sesquicentennial. Guests can choose from one of the featured desserts of the day at Hotel Nevada’s 24-hour restaurant. For more information, visit

Support local artists for the month-long festival Art own in Reno, NV from July 1 to July 31. This year’s festival will bring 32 days of events including: musical and theatrical performances, interactive presentations, workshops, clinics, art exhibits, children’s events and more. For additional information on event times, visit or call 775-322-1538.

The Battle Born Music Festival is a multi-genre festival set in the rural Nevada. This one and a half day festival has a little something for everyone from Pop, Punk, Blue Grass to Country. The Festival will be held in conjunction with Battle Mountain’s Annual 4th of July Celebration July 3-5. This includes a street dance, parade, and vendors in the park, inflatable games for kids and a fireworks finale. For additional information or to purchase tickets please visit or call 775-340-2998.

To celebrate Nevada’s centennial in 1964 the Elko Basque Club decided to organize a grand scale Basque festival. They invited all of the existing Basque clubs to participate and to send musicians, dancers, and athletes. Because of the success of the activities, and the geographical centrality of Elk to other Basque communities, Elko assumed the position of the site of the annual National Basque Festival. For additional information please visit or call 775-233-3178.

Celebrate the Fourth of July in historic Belmont, NV. This daylong celebration includes a historic courthouse tours at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. and an art show and silent auction throughout the day. A 4th of July Parade will start at noon the theme will be “Home Means Nevada” in honor of Nevada’s Sesquicentennial. For additional information or to view tour dates please visit or call 775-482-3968.

Reflect on over a century and a half of travel in the Silver State at the Nevada State Railroad Museum’s 150 Years of Transportation event in Carson City July 4 - 6. The showcase will feature several historical trains, steam locomotives V&T No. 25 and the famous In yo will operate along with the self-propelled Mc Keen motor car for the weekend. There will be family activities, photo opportunities, along with food and other Nevada memorabilia. For more information, call 775-687-6953 or visit

Eureka, NV will celebrate America’s independence at the Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration on July 4. This daylong celebration includes a parade down historic Main Street, street games, festivities and a fabulous fireworks display. For more information on times, visit or call 775-237-6006.

Annual Midas 4th of July Celebration, takes place on Saturday July 5, which includes a parade, lunch, horseshoe and poker tournaments, bingo, cake walk, kids games, and good old fashioned socializing and fun. For additional information call 775-345-0336.

Attend the Genoa Americana Celebration at Mormon State Park in Genoa, NV on July 4. The all-day celebration has a variety of family activities including: a children’s parade, games, workshops, instrument petting zoo, traditional American music bands, and the Carson City Symphony playing patriotic music and “Home means Nevada”. Food will be provided by the local Fire Department and businesses. For additional information, visit or call 775-783-3517 or 775-315-7777.

The 2nd Annual Summering Council Patriotic Parade will begin in Southern Nevada at 8 a.m. on July 4. Experience Southern Nevada’s largest Fourth of July celebration with more than 70 giant inflatable balloons, traditional parade floats, U.S. military heroes, local and state dignitaries, bands, performing groups and cartoon and storybook characters at this star-spangled spectacle. For additional information please visit or call 702-341-5500.

Fernery will host the Fernery 4th of July Celebration at various locations in Fernley, NV on July 4. The day’s events highlight the theme “Home of the Free, Because of the Brave.” Activities include: a parade down Main Street, pancake breakfasts, vendors, arts and crafts, kids games, live music and fireworks. All activities are free of cost. For the full event schedule, please visit; call 775-575-7163, or

Join your family and friends on July 4th for a parade and family day with the Picnic in the Park Celebration in Fallon, NV. The day will start with the parade downtown and lead into the family picnic at the Churchill County Fairgrounds for an all-day event. Events include live music, bounce houses for children, a watermelon eating contest for all ages, vendors, food and Pioneer Days activities brought to you by the Churchill County Museum. For additional information please visit or call 775-423-7733.

Enjoy a fun-filled 4th of July day of activities celebrating the Boulder City Jamboree “Wings of Freedom.” A Nevada tradition since 1948, activities include the Rotary Pancake Breakfast at Bicentennial Park, parade down Nevada Highway, water play zone for kids, midway booths, flag raising, entertainment coin toss, games, contests and more. Don’t miss the 9 p.m. Fourth of July fireworks show. For information visit or contact Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department at 702-293-9256 or

Celebrate Independence Day with the Walker River Painted Tribe for the Fourth of July Weekend at Weber Reservoir on July 4. The day’s festivities conclude with a fireworks show at night. For more information please visit call 775-773-2588 or 775-773-2306.

From Nevada 150
From the Comstock Firemen’s Museum

A circa 1879 Lapp & Jones steam powered fire engine will be fired up as part of Friday’s Fourth of July activities in Virginia City, offering a unique opportunity to see a rare piece of fire history in operation.

The double-vertical piston driven steam fire engine will be fired up for a demonstration of its firefighting capabilities in front of the Comstock Firemen’s Museum on C Street following the Fourth of July parade that starts at noon from the Fourth Ward School, and will also appear in the parade.

The steamer is part of the collection of the Comstock Firemen’s Museum which undertook a two-and-a-half-year restoration of the engine under the supervision of Museum Trustee Jack Renal with other museum members and trustees. The Comstock Firemen’s Museum acquired the steamer on loan from a Southern California man several years ago and later purchased it for about $25,000.  Restoration of the steamer cost about $55,000 including a $45,000 grant from the E.L. Wiegand Foundation of Reno that helped cover construction and installation of a new boiler to put it into operating condition.

The steam fire engine was manufactured in Hudson, New York by the same company that supplied one of the five steam fire engines that helped protect Virginia City and Gold Hill from the ravages of fire during the mining boom days of the 1870’s.        

Approximately 5,000 steam-powered fire engines were manufactured in the United States between 1852 and 1917.  It has been estimated that fewer than 400 exist today.  The Lapp & Jones Manufacturing Company built more than 600 steamers over a 30-year period beginning in 1862.  Virginia City’s steamer bears manufacturer’s number 313, but little else of its history is known including its exact year of manufacture because the Lapp & Jones factory suffered a major fire that destroyed a large portion of its manufacturing records.  However, it is known that the steamer was once part of the Century Fox Studio’s property holdings and that it was used in the 1937 production of “In Old Chicago,” with Tyrone Power, Don Amerce and Alice Faye which featured an extensive portrayal of the 1871 Great Chicago Fire.  It was also featured in the closing scenes of the Fox movie “Hangover Square,” in 1946, starring Linda Darn ell and George Sanders, although modified to resemble an English “Metropolitan” style fire engine.

On July 4, 1979, Virginia City’s volunteer firefighters opened the doors of the museum by ringing the old fire bell and signaling a traditional “housing “of the historic fire equipment that is now displayed.  The museum, located on Virginia City’s main street, is open daily from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. May through October.  Membership in the museum is open to the public.  The Comstock Firemen’s Museum accepts donations in lieu of charging admission.

From the Comstock Firemen’s Museum

From RAD Strategies Inc.:

Fourth of July on the Comstock rocks. Virginia City, Nevada offers one of the region’s longest firework displays. Echoing for nearly 30 minutes, you'll feel the boom in your bones this July 4 as the fireworks soar high above the town and into Six Mile Canyon, making it visible from nearly anywhere in town.
The Virginia City Fourth of July Celebration also includes a Fourth of July Parade, a raffle and auction, the Comstock Cowboys Second Amendment Concert,  an old-west shoot-out and plenty of food and beverage vendors. Throughout the day, visitors can stroll the boardwalk, sample sweets, browse the shops and ride the V&T Railroad short line.
Schedule of Events
•         12 p.m. – Fourth of July Parade: Parade starts from the south at the Fourth Ward School and is scheduled to last approximately an hour and a half.
•         1  – 5 p.m. Shoot-Out on the Hill: Taking place across from the Fourth Ward School at the south end of town, this event gives you a chance to be a real cowboy. Guns, ammo and safety instruction provided. Tickets, $35, are available on C Street in front of the Bucket of Blood Saloon or the Ponderosa Saloon.
•         6 p.m. – Comstock Cowboys Second Amendment Concert:  This fan-favorite, held outdoors in the Delta parking lot next to the Bucket of Blood Saloon, returns for the 5th year.
•         7 p.m. – Raffle: Tickets are available starting at 9 a.m. at the booth in the center of town near the Virginia City Visitors Center. Prizes include a rifle and a shotgun.
•         7:45 p.m. – Comstock Cowboys Second Amendment Concert continues: Held in the Delta parking lot next to the Bucket of Blood Saloon.
•         After Dark – Fireworks Spectacular at Miner’s Park: Bring blankets and picnics to cap off the day’s activities. No alcohol or glass permitted at the park.
Stay the night at one of Virginia City’s lodging properties and enjoy the Virginia City Wine Tour on Saturday, July 5. The Wine Tour Series includes more than 20 wine tasting locations throughout Virginia City. For $20, participants receive a commemorative stem less wine glass and map. Tickets are available online or at the Visitors Center, located at 86 South AC Street day of the event.
For more information on the Fourth of July Celebration or Virginia City, Nevada visit or call the Virginia City Tourism Commission at 775-847-7500.

From RAD Strategies Inc.

From the Truckee Police Department:

The 4th of July Parade in Truckee will have Donner Pass Rd shutdown completely from Donner Trail (across from High School) to Bridge St downtown. This will run from approximately 0830 to 1230 hours.  I-80 and West River St are alternatives if you need to get across Town.  There will be escorts SR-89 and Donner Pass Rd for Emergency access to Tahoe Forest Hospital.

The Fireworks event will happen on the 4th at the west end of Donner Lake.  This is an excellent opportunity to see a great show, but there will be traffic control in effect at the end of the event.  There will be no traffic westbound on Donner Pass Rd. from I-80 @ Cold stream from the end of the fireworks until the traffic from the event has dissipated.  Traffic at the west end of Donner Lake is encouraged to use I-80 eastbound to get back into Tow
From Truckeeee Police Department

From Cooksey Communications

Cargo, in the new Whitney Peak Hotel, has expanded its line-up of bands and artists across several genres. For Reno residents and visitors who are looking for 4th of July activities there will be free general admission to the July 4th Blues Jam Featuring Jokers Wild Blues Band at Cargo. Tickets are now on sale at The current list of shows, dates, times and ticket prices follows:
Additional information included in the release attached. If you’d like to speak to the project manager, Nicole Gross, please let us know.

Fri., July 4                July 4th Blues Jam Featuring Jokers Wild Blues Band
8 p.m.                       FREE general admission

Sat., July 5               MarchFourth Marching Band and special guest Diego’s Umbrella
8 p.m.                       $18 tickets

Wed., July 9            Rock 104.5 KDOT Presents Letters From The Fire
7 p.m.                       $5 tickets
                                                *Note: all ticket proceeds go to Good Shepherd’s Clothes Closet

Fri., July 11              Bazooka Zoo featuring Rigorous Proof
8 p.m.                       $5 tickets

Sat., July 12             Delhi 2 Dublin
9 p.m.                       $10-$15 tickets

Sat., July 19             Mojo Green featuring The Nibblers
8 p.m.                       $7 tickets

Fri., July 25              Caught a Ghost
8 p.m.                       $8 tickets

Sat., July 26             104.1 KRZQ & Cargo Presents: ORGY
8 p.m.                       $10.41 tickets

From Cooksey Communications
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