Reno is a city in the Nevada state of the US. Also known as "The Biggest Little City in the World," a testament to this is its breath-taking architecture and striking natural landscapes. Despite being loved for its casinos and life of shining-neon-lights, the city has so much more to offer visitors.
Right from rafting to skiing to clubbing to catching that shot at the baseball court of Reno aces, there is no shortage of adrenaline-inspiring entertainment here.
If you are a music head, Reno has got some real life-time packages saved for you. The city hosts several music venues to experience the grandest live concerts from leading musicians worldwide.
Some of the hot-spot music venues of the city are Pioneer Centre for the Performing Arts, Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, Reno Pops Orchestra, Reno Youth Symphony Orchestra (YSO), Carnegie Hall, A.V.A. Ballet Theatre, Pioneer Centre for the Performing Arts, and many other small and large establishments.
Reno has renowned conventional performers like Nick Eng, Noisem, World Peace, Blame God, ASHDOD, Bad Wolves, From Ashes to New, and As I Lay Dying. Book your tickets now for Reno concerts and events, and hop onto a musical ride with these record crashing artists.
For live shows, you would want to hitch a cab to venues like Cargo at Whitney Peak, Grand Theatre, Reno Events Centre, The Saint, The BlueBird, and 1Up. Keep in mind, the BlueBird and 1Up mostly work with in-house DJs. These DJs have an epic grasp of their audience's liking. Thus, making them serve groovy and catchy EDM for the listeners being catered to.
The Saint organizes ever-popular dance parties and also occasionally hosts live shows. Then there is a bit upscale stop – The Grand Theatre. Here, you have the luxury of comfortable seating, a sophisticated drop in the atmosphere, and some excellent acoustics.
Finally, the "ultimate music" venue of the city would be the Cargo at Whitney Peak. This venue is tagged so by the globally known tourism industry - The Reno and Tahoe.
Art and culture are something that is deeply rooted in the cultural heritage of the city. You can see this aspect vividly reflecting upon the proud standing historical monuments, museums, art galleries, performing halls, and other historic statues.
To top it up, there are world-renowned museums and art galleries that showcase the finest artwork from popular classics. Don't forget to check out the Nevada Historical Society, the Nevada Museum of Art, and the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra.