Reno Events Center: Courtesy of Visit Reno Tahoe.

Concert Venues in Reno

There are many concert venues in Reno, bringing amazing entertainment to the city and an opportunity for you to take a vacation or staycation. Below is a list of some of those amazing concert venues in town in order for you to plan your trip to Reno.

  1. Reno Events Center: From pop superstars to headlining comics, the Reno Events Center is just the right size. Every square foot of Reno’s most versatile venue is built for entertainment.
  2. Lawlor Events Center: Part of the University of Nevada, Reno, and the Lawlor Events Center hosts a variety of entertainment from local events to headliner entertainment.
  3. Knitting Factory: This concert house features a variety of music genres in an intimate venue right in the heart of Downtown Reno.
  4. Silver Legacy Grande Exposition Hall: The Grande Exposition Hall caters to large audiences in an intimate and sophisticated setting. To maximize fan’s enjoyment, Silver Legacy houses state of the art audio and video equipment.
  5. Cargo at Whitney Peak: New to Reno, this concert venue is attached to Whitney Peak right under the famous Reno arch. Look for a plethora of headliner options.
  6. Eldorado Showroom: From theatrical productions to comedy shows to the hottest performances in music, there is certainly something for everyone at the Eldorado.
  7. Pioneer Center: Offering Broadway shows to orchestral music to dance performances, The Pioneer Center brings the art to Reno.

With a variety of venues you better believe there are a variety of entertainment options. From Broadway to a rock concert and everything in between, you will enjoy your trip to Reno.

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