When it comes to getting the most out of a travel experience, timing is everything. That’s why we love weekday travel. Avoiding the weekends often translates to less crowds, less traffic, lower rates, and greater access to a destination’s best offerings. What’s not to love?
If you’re visiting Grand Sierra Resort for Thanksgiving, get ready for a holiday you’ll be thankful for! We’ve got turkeys on tap, potatoes being mashed, countless pies to conquer your cravings, and too many fun activities to count. Join us as we cook, carve, and celebrate this upcoming Thursday.
Topics: Your Hotel Stay
Reno is a happening place and holds its own against other destinations, but it’s often compared to Las Vegas. Reno offers a great weekend away for far less money than Sin City, making it the top Vegas alternative!
Here are the top 10 reasons to consider Reno over Vegas:
The National Championship Air Races feature six racing classes, a large display of static aircraft, and several military and civil flight demonstrations. Held annually, just north of Reno, the air races are an institution for northern Nevada and aviation enthusiasts from around the world.
Topics: Reno Events
Whether it’s the groovy “Black Magic Woman,” Latin-inspired “Oye Coma Va,” or the pulsing “Evil Ways,” the 1970s super band Santana reveled in its own unmistakable sound. Just this year, music fans welcomed a new album from the band. Adding to the thrill of the new album release, the band launched ”Santana Luminosity Tour 2016.” One of its last summer concerts is in Reno at the Grand Theatre at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, September 3, 2016 at 9:00 PM. This is a must-see summer show in Reno!
500 Artful Events, 1 Inspired Month
Enjoy live music, art fairs, performances and more at Reno’s Artown going on throughout July.
Be Amazed and Entertained
Experience all the thrills of one of the best-rated magic shows in the country - Michael Carbonaro Live at the Grand Theater.
4 Decades of Success
Formed in England in 1970, America has rocked the music scene for more than 45 years and continues to record new albums and tour regularly.
Shinedown have built their name on rock songs both brutal in power and epic in scope. Now, with their latest album, Shinedown (Brent Smith, Barry Kerch, Eric Bass, and Zach Myers) veer away from that densely layered sonic palette and take a more direct approach. Featuring lead single “Cut the Cord” — a blistering track that shot to #1 on Active Rock radio — Threat to Survival finds the multi-platinum-selling band achieving their most powerful sound ever and offering up their most important album to date.
What makes a prolific guitarist and musician so great? For starters, a little natural talent helps, but in the case of Joe Satriani, the descendent of Italian immigrants, he was inspired to begin playing guitar at the age fo 14 after hearing about the death of Jimi Hendrix. It is said that he announced his decision when he heard the news during football practice.