Reno Events Center
Located just one block from the Silver Legacy Resort Casino in Reno, Nevada, the Reno Events
Center serves as a multipurpose venue that accommodates everything from headlining comedians to the luminaries of pop music.
Every last square foot of the Reno Events Center is dedicated to presenting top-notch entertainment. From nail-biting boxing
matches to world tour launches, Reno Events Center is the place to be!
So far for 2014, Reno Events Center is hosting
Tool, Lady Antebellum, Jeff Dunham and Motley Crue. To get in on the fun, all you need to do is click right here on StubHub.
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Celebrated as "The Biggest Little City in the World," Reno's claim to fame
is being the birthplace of Caesars Entertainment Corporation. Reno is also well know for its casinos and the industry thrived
in the 1980s when Indian gaming rules were still casual. However, by 2000, the Californian Native casinos started to chip
away into Reno's piece of the gaming pie. But, besides gambling, there are a host of other things to do and see in Reno, Nevada.
Seasonal and year-round recreational activities are abundant. Natives of the area can be found at Pyramid Lake, Lake Tahoe
or the Truckee River. Snowboarding and skiing are also popular pastimes, attracting thousands of tourists to the area each
year. There are close to 20 ski resorts in the region, including Alpine Meadows, Sugar Bowl, Heavenly Mountain, Mount Rose
and Diamond Peak. And, Reno is also a fantastic place to go for snowmobiling, ice skating and snowshoeing. Summer offers plenty
of opportunity for biking, including international bike competitions hosted in Lake Tahoe.
As far as cultural centers,
Reno is home to a number of them. From the Nevada Museum of Art to the National Automobile Museum, Reno is certainly not short
on things to do and see. Reno is also home to the Reno Pops Orchestra, the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, the Reno
Philharmonic Orchestra, the Good Luck Macbeth Theatre Company and Bruka Theatre of the Sierras. But whatever your passion
and interests, Reno, Nevada, is certainly a city to add to your bucket list!
Reno Events Center - Events Hosted
Reno Events Center serves as the home to the NBA Development League's Reno Bighorns and was previously the home to the Reno
Barons, the Western Indoor Football Association team. In 2012 and 2013, the NBA D-League Showcase came to the Reno Events
Center, which was a four-day event for teams representing the NBA Development League. In conjunction with hosting indoor football
and basketball, the Reno Events Center is also purposed to host big-name concert headliners and top-notch comedians.
find out what is headed to the Reno Events Center next, be sure to sign up for event updates through StubHub. StubHub can
keep you posted when it comes to the concerts and games you want to be a part of. And don't forget to check StubHub out for
venue details, seating charts and more!
Reno Events Center Seating Layout
Built in downtown Reno in 2005,
the Reno Events Center is equipped with 7,000 seats, ideal for accommodating any type of event.