January/February 2014 Nevada Events & Shows
This information-packed guide to Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Reno, and rural Nevada will help you plan your trip—both now and in the future. Our stories and photos capture the latest and greatest events and shows in the Silver State.
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CONNECT WITH US Facebook facebook.com/nevadamagazine Statewide 26 28 31 32 35 37 38 40 LIVE, LAUGHLIN, LOVE LOCK YOUR LOVE IN LOVELOCK NEVADA SPORTS STATEWIDE EVENTS & SHOWS LISTING ARTS & MUSEUMS NEVADAGRAM BY DAVID TOLL VISIT OUR TOURISM PARTNERS STATE MAP JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 Twitter twitter.com/nevada_magazine Google+ gplus.to/nevadamagazine YouTube youtube.com/nevadamag Flickr ﬂickr.com/nevada_magazine Pinterest pinterest.com/nevadamagazine 1 <las vegas> BRITNEY: PIECE OF ME POP SUPERSTAR CELEBRATES OFFICIAL LAS VEGAS ARRIVAL. W ith the excitement for the launch of her Las Vegas residency show reaching a fever pitch, coupled with the release of her highly anticipated eighth studio album “Britney Jean,” ticket demand for “Britney: Piece of Me” has been overwhelming. Given record-setting sales, the next set of show dates for “Britney: Piece of Me” have gone on sale earlier than expected. Guests are encouraged to purchase their tickets as soon as possible, as some performances are sold out and a very limited number of tickets are available for the previously announced show dates. e day after celebrating her 32nd birthday and on the same day as her new album release, the superstar literally stopped tra c along the famed Las Vegas Strip as an elaborate event was thrown in her honor to o cially welcome her to her new home at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. “I already feel like home here at Planet Hollywood. It was so nice to celebrate my birthday and album launch with this incredible welcome event,” said Britney. “I am so excited for everyone to hear my new album today, and to experience “Britney: Piece of Me” in just a few weeks!” WHERE Planet Hollywood WHEN Showtime: Jan. 29, 31; Feb. 1, 4, 7-8, 12, 14-15, 18-19, 22, 25-26, 30; Apr. 25-26, 30; May 2-3, 7, 9-10, 14, 16-17; Aug. 16, 19, 23, 27, 30-31; Sept. 3, 5-6 at 9 p.m. TICKETS planethollywood.com, 866-919-7472 Starting at $59 WORTH A CLICK britneyspears.com 2 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M ONE INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE The 2014 St. George Area Parade of Homes will be an incredible experience. When you couple amazing homes placed in the rare beauty of the Southern Utah landscape and add blue sky and sun, it becomes pure magic. The Parade will feature 28 homes over 10 days to provide one incredible experience. 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FOUR SEASONS E F G S LA 12 A B C D H I J K L M N O P Q R S MAP NOT TO SCALE Mesquite Hot-Air Balloon Festival January 25–26, 2014 Mesquite Off-Road Weekend February 21-23, 2014 In Mesquite, you get the best of both worlds. You can take it easy or do it up big. From a hot-air balloon festival to an off-road weekend, Mesquite offers up an array of special events that lets you enjoy life at your own pace. It’s the perfect escape, no matter how you define it. To plan your getaway, go to VisitMesquite.com. LAS VEGAS EVENTS & SHOWS Excitingly Laid-back J A N YA R Y / F E B R U A R Y 2 014 5 <las vegas> DOWNTOWN MAP A B C D E F To Mesquite and Valley of Fire WASHINGTON AVE G H I MA IN ST J K LV D L R B 1 LODGING CONVENTION CENTER ENTERTAINMENT VENUE POINT OF INTEREST LA SV EG AS E NT CE O N SI CA BL VD LEGEND 1 BONANZA RD CITY PKWY 2 CASHMAN CENTER 4T HS T SHOPPING NOTE: MAP IS NOT TO SCALE 2 NEON MUSEUM BO NA NZ A 3 Y KW LP A R NT CE 4 DIS CO VE RY DR 6T HS T 5 SYM PHO NY P ARK AVE SMITH CENTER 1ST ST 6 CIT YP KW Y WORLD MARKET CENTER 3R DS T A FREM O AZ L • NT STR P E EE • T TE XP GA T• ER E N IEN • G E CE D G S L U N • O E N E G S N A E QU EG LD R V O U G S FO LA D E TH MARRIAGE BUREAU 4T HS T D AN GR CA SIN OC ENT ER OG DE NA VE IN MA ON TI A T TS • E E R ST • • IA RN O LIF CA BLV D MOB MUSEUM RD 3 N OW AND T R WN G T DO N O • EM R F 4 To Boulder City and Laughlin STE WA RT 7 E AVE EVILL BONN 8T HS T MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD FR • EM ON T 7TH ST EL R NE W O NT OGD 6 W EA EN ST AV DO DIS E TR • IC T FRE MO NT ST Z TE R CO AV E L TE O M 5 CL AR KA VE COURTHOUSE 7 MA IN ST 8 GR AN DC EN TR AL PK WY LAS VEGAS PREMIUM OUTLETS NORTH BO NN EV ILL EA VE GA RC ES AV E CA SIN OC EN TE 3R RB DS LV T D CA RS ON AV E 9 GA SS AV E 1ST ST BO NN EV ILL EA VE LA SV EG AS BL VD CL AR KA VE 8T HS T BR IDG ER 8 AV E LE WIS AV E 9 4T HS T LAS VEGAS ARTS DISTRICT 7TH ST 10 6T HS T To “The Las Vegas Strip” CHARLESTON BLVD 10 GO TO LASVEGAS.COM FOR ADDITIONAL MAPS AND TOOLS. 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Comedy Club, Tues.-Sun. at 9:30 p.m. Rocky Horror Picture Show, Fri.-Sat. at midnight Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, Mon., Wed., Fri.-Sat. at 7 p.m. ubilee!—the longest-running show on the Strip—is set to undergo a major transformation in early 2014, bringing a fresh new twist to Bally’s Las Vegas. Since debuting in 1981, Jubilee! continues to bring iconic headdress-clad showgirls to the stage. With the addition of bold new features—while staying true to the spirit of the original show—this Las Vegas classic promises to keep guests entertained for years to come. Spearheading Jubilee!’s conversion into the contemporary age is one of the most celebrated creative directors and choreographers in the world— Frank Gaston Jr. With more than 30 years of experience under his belt, Gaston Jr. gained his expertise while providing direction for commercials and movies, as well as his long-time working relationship with R&B superstar Beyoncé. Gaston Jr. is working closely with the cast and crew of Jubilee! to ensure the production is as celebrated as the original. At the same time preserving the show’s main elements of the past—including signature costumes and a number of the traditional sets—the choreography, staging, and music is refreshed for today’s audience. 8 J VÉRONIC Voices, Thu. at 9:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat. at 7 p.m. thru Jan. 18 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M las vegas shows NEWS Nevada Ballet Theatre has named singer, spokeswoman, humanitarian, and Broadway star Florence Henderson as its 2014 Woman of the Year for the 30th anniversary of the Black & White Ball— one of the organization’s most highly attended social events. The Black & White Ball is scheduled for Saturday, January 25 at the ARIA Resort & Casino. nevadaballet.org, 702-243-2623 Harrah’s Las Vegas has announced it plans to continue the Tony Award-winning musical Million Dollar Quartet in 2014. The show features hits by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins. Tickets are now available for performances through May 4. harrahslasvegas.com, 702-369-5000 DON’T MISS THE PIXIES Hard Rock Hotel Feb. 23 hardrockhotel.com, 702-693-5000 As one of the most inﬂuential bands of the late 1980s alternative rock movement, the Pixies take the stage at the Hard Rock Hotel for one night only. The Boston-based group announced that a coastto-coast leg has been added to its 2013-14 world tour, featuring ﬁve new songs. The show features a fresh stage set and production and gives the band a chance to play one of its most diverse set lists to date. The Pixies inﬂuence on alternative rock has inspired bands such as Nirvana, David Bowie, Radiohead, The Strokes, and U2. Showtime: 8 p.m. ALSO AT THE HARD ROCK HOTEL Lita Ford, Jan. 10 Zac Brown Band, Jan. 11-12 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, Jan. 15-18 New Politics, Feb. 12 SHOWS OF INTEREST STEVEN WRIGHT The Orleans Jan. 3-4 orleanscasino.com, 702-365-7075 MAMA MIA! The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Jan. 7-12 thesmithcenter.com, 702-749-2012 GABRIEL IGLESIAS The Mirage Jan. 17-19 mirage.com, 702-791-7111 STYX Palms Casino Resort Jan. 19 palms.com, 702-942-7777 SHANIA TWAIN The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Jan. 22-23, 25-26, 28-29, 31; Feb. 1, 4-5, 9, 11-12, 14-15 thecolosseum.com, 866-227-5938 ROB SCHNEIDER South Point Jan. 30 southpointcasino.com, 702-796-7111 DANIEL TOSH The Mirage Jan. 31 & Feb. 1 mirage.com, 702-791-7111 ZEPPELIN USA: AN AMERICAN TRIBUTE TO LED ZEPPELIN The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Feb. 7 thesmithcenter.com, 702-749-2012 THE EAGLES MGM Grand Feb. 15-16 mgmgrand.com, 702-891-7800 GEORGE THOROGOOD AND THE DESTROYERS The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Feb. 27 thesmithcenter.com, 702-749-2012 Zac Brown Band JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 9 <las vegas> GIMME SOME SUGAR HENDERSON BAKERY HITS THE SWEET SPOT. PHOTOS: GIMME SOME SU GA R BAKE SHOPPE Gimme Some Sugar Bake Shoppe is a sweet concept where one can take treats on the go or relax and pair delectable desserts with champagne, wine, beer, and more. e sleek 1,400-square-foot space features comfortable seating and o ers a fresh seasonal menu of desserts including cakes, cheesecakes, cake pops, cupcakes, cookies, tarts, and an assortment of oversized signature macaroons in sweet and savory avors. Vegan and gluten free items are available daily. Gimme Some Sugar also offers a selection of champagne, specialty wines, and craft beers in addition to co ees, teas, and sipping chocolate. Signature items include Opera Cake: a Kahlua-soaked Joconde cake with co ee buttercream and dark chocolate Ganache, Fresh Fruit Pavlova: baked meringue shells lled with sweet whipped cream and fresh seasonal fruit, and the Chambord Mousse Dome: a chocolate-Chambord mousse and a Gianduja crisp served on a chocolate brownie. Gimme Some Sugar Bake Shoppe is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., ursdays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to midnight, and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed Mondays). PLAN YOUR TRIP Gimme Some Sugar Bake Shoppe 19 S. Stephanie St. Ste. #160 Henderson, NV 89012 gimmesomesugarlv.com, 702-882-2537 10 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M LAS VEGAS SPORTS JACK MEGAW USA SEVENS RUGBY TOURNAMENT Boasting 45 matches over three days, the USA Sevens rugby tournament returns to Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium January 24-26. Celebrating its fth consecutive year at the stadium, the tournament features 16 of the top international rugby teams battling for points in the 2013-14 Sevens World Series. e event also features a fan festival, which o ers live musical performances, international cuisine, and rugby clinics for children. PLAN YOUR TRIP USA Sevens Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas Jan. 24-26 samboydstadium.com, 702-895-3761 LAS VEGAS PROSOCCER CHALLENGE e Colorado Rapids and Chivas USA soccer teams return to Sam Boyd Stadium Sunday, February 16 at 7:30 p.m. for the second annual Las Vegas ProSoccer Challenge. Following a 3-0 win in 2013, Chivas USA hopes to keep the ProSoccer Challenge title in its possession. New to the event in 2014 is the Fútbol Fiesta—an engaging experience featuring soccer-themed activities and contests, live music, and food and drink vendors—located just outside the stadium. PLAN YOUR TRIP Las Vegas ProSoccer Challenge Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas Feb. 16 samboydstadium.com, 702-895-3761 UNLV MEN’S BASKETBALL e Runnin’ Rebels return to schedule is as follows: JANUARY Saturday, Jan. 4 vs. AirForce FEBRUARY Saturday, Feb. 1 vs. Boise State omas & Mack Center for a series of exciting home games. e 2014 January/February home game Wednesday, Jan. 8 vs. Nevada Wolf Pack Wednesday, Jan. 22 vs. Utah State Saturday, Jan. 25 vs. Fresno State PLAN YOUR TRIP UNLV Men’s Basketball Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas Various dates thomasandmack.com, 702-895-3761 Wednesday, Feb. 19 vs. New Mexico Wednesday, Feb. 26 vs. Colorado State JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 11 <las vegas> Celine Dion INTERNATIONAL SUPERSTAR SHAKES SIN CITY. T he critically acclaimed new album, “Loved Me Back to Life,” from multi-platinum-selling and ve-time Grammy Award-winning musical legend Celine Dion, has made an impressive debut across the globe. Her upbeat lead single “Loved Me Back to Life”—as well as duets with music superstars Ne-Yo (“Incredible”) and Stevie Wonder (“Overjoyed”)—makes this one of her most successful albums in many years. “It’s been six years since I’ve recorded a new English album,” said Celine. “I can’t wait to go onstage and start singing some of these new songs.” She continued by saying, “I will still sing the songs that fans around the world love, but the new music on “Loved Me Back to Life” is a natural evolution of me as an artist that I can’t wait to share with audiences.” Dion is continuing her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in 2014. WHERE The Colosseum at Caesars Palace WHEN Showtime: Jan. 4-5, 8, 11-12, 14-15, 18-19 & Feb. 18-19, 21-22, 25-26, 28 at 7:30 p.m. TICKETS thecolosseum.com, 877-423-5463 $55, $95, $140, $175, and $250 WORTH A CLICK celineinvegas.com MORE INFO The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Box Ofﬁce is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Groups of 10 or more call 866-574-3851. 12 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M BAD-TO-THE-BONE GROUP ROCKS THE SMITH CENTER. GEORGE THOROGOOD AND THE DESTROYERS G eorge orogood & e Destroyers is performing live at e Smith Center for the Performing Arts on ursday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. For more than 40 years, George orogood & e Destroyers, with hits like “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer,” “Move It On Over,” “Who Do You Love,” “Bad To e Bone,” and “I Drink Alone,” have been a powerful force in blues-rock music. Since the release of their self-titled debut album in 1977, they have toured and performed with many of blues’ most legendary artists, including Hound Dog Taylor, John Lee Hooker, B.B. King, Willie Dixon, Bo Diddley, Albert Collins, Johnny Johnson, John Hammond, Elvin Bishop, Eddie Shaw, and Buddy Guy. After releasing 16 studio albums George orogood and the Destroyers have claimed a stake in rock and roll history. is legendary band has kept pace for 40 years touring the world with its unique blend of boogie-rock and blues. With the release of George orogood & e Destroyers in 1977, the band quickly established themselves as radio favorites and as a touring machine. Described as “the world’s greatest bar band,” the group has had tremendous success with orogood’s original compositions. WHERE The Smith Center for the Performing Arts WHEN Showtime: Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. TICKETS thesmithcenter.com, 702-749-2000 Starting at $35 WORTH A CLICK georgethorogood.com JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 13 Celebrate Nevada’s 150th All Year Long! 2014 Historical Calendar for only $14 (plus $4 S&H) SESQUICENTENNIAL COMBO: Historical Nevada Book for only $29.95 (plus $6 S&H) 2014 Historical Calendar, Historical Nevada Book, & 1-Year (6 issues) Subscription for only $49.95 (plus $8 S&H) No International Orders Visit nevadamagazine.com, or call 775-687-0610 or toll free 855-729-7117 to order. Telling the Silver State’s story since 1936. 14 6 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M <las vegas> Garden Chapel NEWLY RENOVATED VENUE OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL MATRIMONY SERVICES. Flamingo Las Vegas now o ers a fresh wedding experience with its beautifully redesigned Garden Chapel and new wedding packages. e renovation—completed in September 2013—encompasses the chapel, lobby, reception, hallways, bridal room, and restroom. Embracing a new element of glamour while maintaining the Flamingo’s timeless appeal, the Garden Chapel showcases airy pink and neutral champagne tones complemented with sparkly elements and splashes of oral. e organic atmosphere translates to an elegant and memorable space that caters to the bride on her special day with graceful columns, vaulted ceilings, interior draping, and a centralized crystal chandelier. Upon entering the chapel, one of the main focal points is the in nity sculpture— designed to represent everlasting love—set above the contemporary interpretation of the altar. Crystal pillars, luminous candles, and oral accents embellish the altar revealing a gentle re ection of light throughout the space. Pearlescent champagne pews are adorned with oral bouquets and complemented by modern ooring. “Everything from the smallest to largest details work together to enhance the overall presentation of the chapel,” Melissa Fielding, director of leisure services for Flamingo says. “ e new space really is picture-perfect and the response so far has been great.” e Garden Chapel o ers a variety of wedding packages starting at $589. e Soulmates and Timeless packages feature an array of amenities including bridal and bridesmaids bouquets, matching groom and groomsmen’s boutonnieres, professional photography and photo credit, customized music playlist, limousine service, wedding certi cate holder, and a champagne toast with keepsake toasting glasses. PLAN YOUR TRIP Flamingo Las Vegas Garden Chapel 3555 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109 ﬂamingolasvegas.com, 800-933-7993 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 15 <las vegas> ROCKIN’ EVER AFTER ICONIC DISNEY CHARACTERS HIT THE ICE IN LAS VEGAS. Disney On Ice is bringing an all-star lineup of your favorite Disney characters to omas & Mack Center during their sensational live production—Rockin’ Ever After. is spectacular show features scenes from Disney-Pixar’s “Brave,” “Tangled,” “ e Little Mermaid,” and “Beauty and the Beast,” and o ers eight performances from January 15-19. Attendees have the chance to rock out with some of the most magical DisneyPixar idols in a musical showcase that features tunes and talent from across the kingdom. Guests sing along as Sebastian from “ e Little Mermaid” breaks out of his shell to make waves with Ariel, a chorus of harmless hooligans from “Tangled” unleashes musical mayhem when they get a visit from the sassy and spirited Rapunzel and her charming ally Flynn, and the Beast and his castle’s enchanted entourage take center stage in a display for Belle. PLAN YOUR TRIP Rockin’ Ever After Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas Jan. 15-19 unlvtickets.com, 702-739-3267 16 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . 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C O M (CHINESE ONLY) CODE: NSM All tours include hotel to hotel transportation • Tour itineraries are subject to change • All fares are subject to cancellation policies • Fuel surcharges may apply • All fares reflect a 5% cash discount • All tours are DOT and FAA certified • Sightseeing Tours Unlimited will not be responsible for unexpected delays, loss of visibility or itinerary changes caused by traffic, weather, etc. DISCOUNT COUPONS •Visit the Grand Canyon National Park & the National Geographic Visitor’s Center • Experience the widest & deepest part of the Grand Canyon • Includes lunch • Includes stops at Mather point and Bright Angel Lodge Add IMAX $15 Add Heli $175 Add Pink Jeep $99 <las vegas> GRAND CANYON SOUTH RIM BUS TOUR $175 $85 • Experience the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon West Rim • Located on the Hualapai Native American reservation -- the real wild west • Home of the World Famous Skywalk • Includes lunch • Includes stops at Eagle Point, Guano Point and Hualapai Ranch Add Skywalk$35 Add Heli/Boat $175 Add Heli/Boat/ Skywalk $210 GRAND CANYON WEST RIM DELUXE BUS TOUR $210 $119 • Experience breathtaking views of the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead & Grand Canyon • Helicopters fly below the Rim of the Grand Canyon • Land approximately 100 Feet away from the Historic Colorado River • Enjoy a champagne toast and picnic style meal inside the Grand Canyon • Don’t miss this once in a lifetime experience HELICOPTER AIR & GROUND COMBOS Champagne Picnic • Breathtaking views of Lake Mead and Hoover Dam by helicopter • Luxury million-dollar helicopter ride • A once in a lifetime experience • Full day & half day tour available HOOVER DAM TOUR HELICOPTER ADD ON Add Helicopter To Any Hoover Dam Tour $99 • Visit one of the man-made wonders of the world • Photo stop at the Las Vegas Sign • Half-day tour lets you experience the dam then get back to the action • Includes the government guided interior tour • Full Day & Half Day Tour Available *Includes lunch and Ethel M’s Chocolate Factory Stop Express Deluxe $65 $39 $75 $49* *Includes lunch and Ethel M’s Chocolate Factory Stop HOOVER DAM TOURS *Add Sunset Views $49 *Add Limo & Strip Flight $59 *Add Skywalk & Heli/Boat $169 $299 Flight Only *Add Limo & Strip Flight $59 *Add Skywalk Express $169 $249 *Certain options change package itinerary call for details * AIRPLANE AIR & MOTORCOACH COMBOS • Experience breathtaking views of the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead & Grand Canyon from the air upon landing at the Grand Canyon • Sit back & relax as you visit two of the most beautiful and popular look out points at the historic Grand Canyon • Lunch is included on all Air & Ground packages to the Grand Canyon • Don’t miss this once in a lifetime experience • Photo stop at the “Las Vegas” sign • Inside look at the Bellagio Conservatory • View the amazing Fountains of Bellagio • Light show at Fremont Street Experience • Hotel pick up and drop off • Rock star bus amenities: air conditioning and neon lights • Must be 21 years of age STRIP NIGHT TOUR WITH CHAMPAGNE TOAST Experience The Las Vegas Strip $59 $29 • Cruise Lake Mead on an authentic Mississippi style river boat • Day cruises available • Hoover Dam Tour & Lake Mead day cruise together in one Tour! • Visit Ethel M Chocolate Factory with free samples on day cruise only • Photo opportunity at the “Las Vegas” sign HOOVER DAM & LAKE MEAD CRUISE West Rim *Add Skywalk $35 *Add Heli & Boat $175 $199 $249 $129 South Rim *Add Helicopter Flight $175 Flight Only West Rim • Scenic hot air balloon flight • Breathtaking, unobstructed views of the Las Vegas Strip, Red Rock Canyon and entire Vegas Valley • Roundtrip transportation from the Las Vegas Strip • Fully licensed and insured • Traditional champagne toast • Once in a lifetime experience VEGAS BALLON RIDES Day Cruise $100 $79 Express $39 Great Views $275 $225 • First and only shooting range located on the Las Vegas strip • Shooters have access to a vast array of firearms • Shooting packages available for all levels (See below) STRIP GUN CLUB • Guests will travel to Red Rock Canyon along the popular 13-mile scenic drive with breathtaking views of Wilson Cliffs and ancient Native American pictographs • There will be stops and photo opportunities at the informative Visitor Center, Calico Hills and more. • Next, guests will head up Rocky Gap Road, an area quite unique within the park that is only accessible to off-road vehicle RED ROCK CANYON PINK JEEP ROCKY GAP TOUR • Experience the Las Vegas Strip & Downtown from the top of our London style double decker bus • Capture the best views while exploring the city at your own pace • Entertaining and informative guides on every bus • Hop off at any one of our 20 stops to explore, shop, eat and visit attractions! Rejoin the tour when you are ready. SECOND DAY FREE Add our panoramic night tour for only $20, or take the night tour alone for $26 HOP ON, HOP OFF CITY TOUR Pistol $79 $99 Double your ammo for $39 Machine Gun Double your ammo for $49 Adventure Tour *Add Lunch & Horse Back Riding $119 $109 Tour the Strip $38 $99 Las Vegas strip helicopter tour after dark with roundtrip hotel strip transportation. LAS VEGAS HELICOPTER STRIP TOUR See The Lights From The Sky JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 19 Video Production Destination & Resort Marketing Corporate Training Product Sales Our production team Commercials travels to any location... Network TV a mountain top or city street. The other side of the street, or the other side of the world! 775-588-6976 • thsvisuals.com knowledge • creativity • talent • experience Start off your day with an early round of golf. Then head over to explore Death Valley. Then maybe take in some sightseeing. Then ﬁnish off your day with wine tasting & dinner Death Valley An Hour West • Las Vegas Strip An Hour East Voted RVer’s Favorite in Nevada • Some of Nevada’s Finest Wineries Championship Golf Course • Whatever Your Toys, We’ve Got the Trails Experience Our Small Town Hospitality TravelNevada.com VisitPahrump.com 20 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M <las vegas> SAHARA CENTER RETAIL COMPLEX BREAKS GROUND IN SUMMERLIN. ERIN O’B OYLE PHOTOGRAPHICS Construction has begun on the 220,000-square-foot Sahara Center, located at the northeast corner of Sahara and Hualapai, with a scheduled opening of early Fall 2014. Sahara Center will be anchored by T.J. Maxx, Stein Mart, Sprouts Farmers Market, HomeGoods, and Petco in addition to other national and regional brands. e center will also o er a number of tenants that will provide neighborhood conveniences, including food and beverage o erings. Currently, the center is 60 percent leased and expected to open near or at full capacity. Robust leasing activity is a testament to the optimal location, the surrounding neighborhoods with high average household income, quality of the development, freeway proximity, and a large population of Las Vegans and visitors to the area with spending power. Both Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman and the Ward 2 City Councilman Bob Beers have expressed excitement about the signi cant job creation to be experienced during the construction phase and the permanent employment opportunities that will result once the center opens to the public. Ted Baker, Sahara Center’s retail leasing consultant with New Market Advisors expressed, “ e many residential neighborhoods and master planned communities on this side of town, such as Summerlin, Queensridge, and Peccole Ranch, have been underserved in terms of national and regional retail options. Despite the cloud of economic uncertainty over the past ve years, the demand for mid-box retail in this area has never waned. Sahara Center brings a new and exciting shopping experience from nationally recognized PLAN YOUR TRIP brands to this major Sahara Center Summerlin-area 10000 W. Sahara Ave. intersection.” Las Vegas, NV 89117 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 21 <las vegas> HIGH ROLLER OBSERVATION WHEEL SCRAPES THE SKY. DENISE TRUSCELLO e Las Vegas High Roller has reached new heights as the observation wheel’s rst passenger cabin was rotated to the highest point on the wheel’s rim. At 550 feet, the rotation of the cabin to the mid-center point of the rim o cially makes the High Roller the world’s tallest observation wheel. As the focal point of e LINQ, Caesars Entertainment’s $550 million outdoor retail, dining, and entertainment district, today’s feat marks a major milestone for the Las Vegas Strip attraction. “ is was a signi cant step for us. e level of technical precision and detailed planning to attach a 22-ton passenger cabin to the rim is tremendous,” said David Codiga, executive project director for e LINQ. “Seeing the cabin rotate to the top of wheel is not only very satisfying for our team, who has spent years working very hard to get to this point, but it also signi es we’re just that much closer to becoming operational. We’re all very eager to welcome passengers to the tallest and most advanced wheel in the world and this gets us one step closer.” Ahead of the rst center-point rotation, the 44,000-pound, spherical, glassenclosed cabin had to travel to the wheel site from its assembly warehouse. Transferred via police escort provided by the Nevada Highway Patrol, it took approximately three hours to travel the cabin 10 miles. In total, the High Roller will feature 28 cabins that will each hold 40 passengers. RE ND ER IN G PLAN YOUR TRIP The LINQ caesars.com/thelinq 702-785-6492 22 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M Explore NEVADA with us In print and online, we highlight urban and rural travel, dining, people, history, events, shows, and more. Subscribe to Nevada Magazine at nevadamagazine.com, or call 855-729-7117. facebook.com/NevadaMagazine You Tube @Nevada_Magazine You Tube JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 23 EUREKA, NEVADA! Eureka Opera House: 775-237-6006 May Show What Ya Brung Car Show & Drag Race June Western Heritage Days July Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration Arts in the Park August Eureka County Fair November Holiday Bazaar December Community Tree Lighting • Free wine tasting • Free olive oil tasting Northern Nevada's Award-Winning Winery • Casual fine dining lunch & dinner • Music & dining concert series • Full bar • Private parties and catering • 20 minutes from South lake Tahoe • 45 minutes from Reno • For a list of events visit: tahoeridgewinery.com Hours: Tasting room and olive oil market open on Mondays 11am to 3pm (food service closed mondays) Perdiz Sport Shooting: 775-237-7027 Tuesday – Thursday 11am – Last seating 8pm Friday & Saturday – Last seating 9pm Sunday 11am – 3pm Closing hours are exible based on customer demand EUREKA COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM P.O. Box 753, Eureka, Nevada 89316 • 775-237-5484 www.eurekacounty.com • firstname.lastname@example.org funded in part by: TravelNevada.com 1644 Highway 395 Minden, NV 89423 800-783-1566 or 775-783-1566 • tahoeridgewinery.com A STep BAck inTo THe olD WeST. From Death Valley to Rhyolite Ghost Town, and from the Amargosa Big Dunes to Bailey’s Hot Springs...Beatty is in the center of it all. We’re your gateway to adventure! From old west shootouts along the streets of Beatty to the desolate quietness of Rhyolite Ghost Town, you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped back in time, to the days when outlaws like Billy the Kid ran-a-muck. The gunslingers that walk these streets today are just having fun, and while reenactments of old west shootouts are a daily occurence, you’ll ﬁnd nothing but friendly folks and plenty of adventure to be had. [BeATTy [BeATT ATTy y /RHyoliTe /R ] GHoST ToWnS & GunFiGHTeRS Ph: 1.866.736.3716 www.beattynevada.org 24 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M JUST 98 MILES NORTH OF LAS VEGAS ON HIGHWAY 95. Made possible by a Nevada Commission on Tourism grant. www.travelnevada.com <statewide> STATEWIDE EVENTS & SHOWS Beyond Las Vegas’ glowing neon lie countless Nevada treasures waiting to be discovered. In this section we feature various events, shows, and other noteworthy happenings across the Silver State. Highlighted below are a couple statewide events you’ll want to be sure not to miss. WHITE PINE FIRE & ICE SHOW Cave Lake State Park Jan. 17-19 elynevada.net, 800-496-9350 MESQUITE BALLOON FESTIVAL Mesquite Jan. 25-26 mesquitegaming.com, 877-438-2929 LOVER’S ALOFT WEEKEND MacDougal Sports Complex, Lovelock Feb. 13-15 loverslock.com, 775-273-1800 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 25 Live, Laughlin, Love 10 things we learned about this Southern Nevada gem of a town during a recent visit. ocated roughly 90 miles south of Las Vegas lies an underrated Nevada treasure. Touting a scenic riverwalk, crystal-clear waters, and nearby petroglyphs strewn across the red rock countryside, Laughlin truly stands out as a Nevada town worth visiting. A popular destination for snowbirds hoping to escape frigid temperatures during the winter season, Laughlin provides a sunny escape year-round. e town’s origin dates to 1964 when founder Don Laughlin ew over the site and saw tourism potential. At the time, the region—a stretch of the Colorado River referred to as Tri State—consisted of not much more than an abandoned eight-room motel. Within two years, Don purchased the motel and six acres of riverfront property. Construction of Laughlin began shortly thereafter, and the town began to take shape. After the addition of various hotels and casinos, Don funded his namesake Laughlin Bridge, which provided easy access to Arizona and established the location as a prosperous Nevada settlement. 2014 marks a special occasion for Laughlin as the town observes the 50-year mark since its inception. L 1. CRYSTAL COLORADO RIVER: is impressive water source ows alongside the Laughlin “strip,” as locals refer to its casino district. e activities available on the river include watercraft rentals, riverboat tours, and the annual River Regatta—an event in which thousands of participants take to the river on inner tubes and oat an eight-mile stretch. 2. THE FOODIE’S PARADISE: From ne dining in one of the area’s elegant steakhouses such as the Range Steakhouse inside of Harrah’s Laughlin to an all-you-can-eat bu et in the Aquarius Casino Resort, the dining options in Laughlin are numerous. If beer and a burger better suit your appetite, Pints Brewery & Sports Bar inside e Colorado Belle Hotel & Casino dishes up a more relaxed dining experience. 3. CANYON CANVASES AND A CHRISTMAS TREE: Less than 30 minutes from Laughlin lies Grapevine Canyon, one of Nevada’s most interesting and accessible (via easily traversable dirt roads) archeological sites, giving visitors a chance to view hundreds of petroglyphs carved into the canyon walls. A short distance from Grapevine Canyon lies Christmas Tree 26 Pass, which gives visitors astounding views of the area’s geology and vegetation; and, yes, there is a small decorated Christmas tree on top of the pass. 4. CLASSIC AUTOS: You don’t have to be a motor head to enjoy the Riverside Classic Auto Exhibition Hall at Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort. With more than 80 rare, antique, and historic automobiles, trucks, and motorcycles, the free exhibit is open daily. 5. LAUGHLIN RIVERWALK: e waterfront path is chock full of various restaurants, casinos, and river activities and provides a scenic view of the Colorado River. Guests who don’t feel like walking can even traverse the riverwalk by taking a ride on a water taxi. 6. NIGHT LIFE: e entertainment in Laughlin is dynamic. Live music and several nightclubs line the strip, including Gold Diggers—a vivacious venue that o ers plenty of dancing and drink specials. Tower of Power, Smokey Robinson, the Charlie Daniels Band, and Montgomery Gentry are just a few of the big acts that have N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M <statewide> The Colorado Belle Hotel & Casino and a portion of the Laughlin Riverwalk sit along the banks of the crystal blue waters of the Colorado River. PLAN YOUR TRIP Laughlin Visitor Information Center 1555 Casino Dr., Laughlin, NV 89029 visitlaughlin.com 800-452-8445 recently played Laughlin. 7. IT’S A CELEBRATION: Visitors can sail aboard the Celebration—a simulated paddlewheel boat that provides a di erent perspective of the crystalclear waters. e vessel o ers 90-minute cruises along casino row to Davis Dam as well as dinner cruises, riverboat weddings, and group charters. 8. A SOUTHERN (NEVADA) TRADITION: e Colorado Belle Hotel & Casino. A replica paddlewheel boat includes not only a hotel and casino, but also retail stores and entertainment and dining options, all enclosed under the impressively decorated exterior. Lined with Koi ponds on one side and the Colorado River on the other, this resort is truly a sight to see. 9. RICK ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER: An iconic symbol of Nevada, River Rick (aka Laughlin Lou) greets visitors to the Laughlin Riverwalk. Displaying the same familiar appearance as his Nevada counterparts, Vegas Vic and Wendover Will, River Rick has been standing proudly at the Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall since 1981. 10. DESERT OASIS: A soft, sandy beach isn’t easy to come by in the Silver State. However, at Harrah’s Laughlin, guests can enjoy access to a riverfront beach, complete with cabana rentals and access to two outdoor swimming pools. JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 27 <statewide> Lock Your Love Lovelock celebrates Valentine’s Day with wedding and weekend festivities. It’s eternal—love that is—and even more so when it’s locked at Lovers Lock Plaza in Lovelock, home to the nation’s only “eternal” chain. is Valentine’s Day, February 14, lovers are invited to travel to Lovelock for a wedding and vow renewal ceremony followed by love-locking to commemorate their love and the sixth anniversary of Lovers Lock Plaza. Since its inception in 2006, people from around the globe have traveled to Lovelock to symbolically bind their love as part of an age-old Chinese custom revised into Nevada tradition. In China, for decades lovers have placed a lock on an “endless chain” along the Great Wall in the Yellow Mountains and elsewhere. e love-locking tradition is also alive in Italy, with lovers a xing locks to the Ponte Vecchio and Ponte Milvio and throwing the keys into the Arno and Tiber Rivers. Couples looking to legally marry at the ceremony will need to secure a State of Nevada marriage license prior to the ceremony. Participation in the ceremony is free. Lovelock hosts a variety of activities in conjunction with the Valentine’s Day festivities at Lovers Lock Plaza. Events include the annual Lovers Aloft Balloon Races, wine tastings, art exhibits, an ice-cream social, poker walk, and more. e balloon races, an annual Lovelock tradition, bring together more than 20 hot air balloons for a variety of competitions each morning. PLAN YOUR TRIP Lovers Lock Plaza P.O. Box 821, Lovelock, NV 89429 loverslock.com 775-273-7213 28 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M Live Entertainment Nightly. Desert Night Sky, Nev ada The Western Folklife Center presents NA T I O N A L T HE 3 0 T H NAT GATHERING JANUARY 27 FEBRUARY 1, 2014 ELKO, NEVADA The nation’s oldest and largest cowboy poetry and music festival is turning 30! HISTORY | GHOST TOWNS | BREATHTAKING NIGHT SKIES | WILDLIFE HIKING & ATV TRAILS | STATE PARKS | CAMPING | FISHING NevadaSilverTrails.com CARS ON CI TY REN O NEV ADA ELY NEV ADA S TRA ILVER ILS LAS VEG AS Alamo Amargosa Valley Ash Meadows Ash Springs Beatty Caliente Carver / Hadley Death Valley Delamar Gabbs / Berlin Gold Point Goldﬁeld Hawthorne Luning / Mina Manhattan / Belmont Pahrump Panaca Pioche Rachel Rhyolite Round Mountain Scotty’s Castle Shoshone Silver Peak Tecopa Tonopah Yerington With Ian Tyson, Baxter Black, Don Edwards, Waddie Mitchell, Dave Stamey, Paul Zarzyski, Michael Martin Murphey, Brenn Hill, Riders in the Sky, Caleb Klauder Band, Martha Scanlan and dozens more! Information & Tickets: 888.880.5885 www.westernfolklife.org O cial Event of the Nevada Sesquicentennial JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 29 WELCOMING VISITORS TO WEST WENDOVER FOR OVER 62 YEARS WENDOVER WILL Gaming • Dining • Golf • Recreation • Bonneville Salt Flats Top Name Entertainment at Peppermill Concert Hall • Historic Sites & More! Just 90 minutes west of Salt Lake City on I-80 866-299-2489 westwendovercity.com For Horseback & ATV Tours Contact: INTERMOUNTAIN GUIDE SERVICE intermountainguidenevada.com or call 877-882-4386 wendoverfun.com 1-800-537-0207 wendovernugget.com 1-800-848-7300 775-664-2111 775-664-4300 Scan QR code for more information B OARD M EETING RUGGED. RELAXED. REACHABLE. Gardnerville • Genoa • Minden • Topaz Lake 800-727-7677 www.VisitCarsonValley.org facebook.com/carsonvalleynevada 30 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M <statewide> NEVADA SPORTS NBA D-LEAGUE SHOWCASE PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL SCOUTING EVENT TIPS OFF IN RENO. From January 5-9, the NBA Development League Showcase returns to the Reno Events Center—home of the Reno Bighorns—for its third consecutive year. e showcase features 17 NBA D-League teams competing during the ve-day event. Basketball operations executives from all 30 NBA teams are set to attend the games, scouting top NBA prospects. e 2014 schedule is as follows: PLAN YOUR TRIP SUNDAY, JAN. 5 Delaware 87ers vs. Reno Bighorns, 2:30 p.m. Bakersﬁeld Jam vs. Sioux Falls Skyforce, 5:15 p.m. MONDAY, JAN. 6 Idaho Stampede vs. Canton Charge, 10 a.m. Fort Wayne Mad Ants vs. Santa Cruz Warriors, 12:45 p.m. Austin Toros vs. Erie BayHawks, 3:30 p.m. Sioux Falls Skyforce vs. Los Angeles D-Fenders, 6:30 p.m. TUESDAY, JAN. 7 Canton Charge vs. Texas Legends, 10 a.m. Iowa Energy vs. Bakersﬁeld Jam, 12:45 p.m. Maine Red Claws vs. Austin Toros, 3:30 p.m. Los Angeles D-Fenders vs. Tulsa 66ers, 7 p.m. NBA D-League Showcase Reno Events Center Jan. 5-9 nba.com/dleague/reno, 775-853-8220 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8 Erie BayHawks vs. Idaho Stampede, 10 a.m. Rio Grande Valley Vipers vs. Maine Red Claws, 12:45 p.m. Tulsa 66ers vs. Fort Wayne Mad Ants, 3:30 p.m. Reno Bighorns vs. Springﬁeld Armor, 7 p.m. THURSDAY, JAN 9 Texas Legends vs. Delaware 87ers, 10 a.m. Santa Cruz Warriors vs. Rio Grande Valley Vipers, 12:45 p.m. Springﬁeld Armor vs. Iowa Energy, 3:30 p.m. NEVADA WOLF PACK MEN’S BASKETBALL e Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team hits the Lawlor Events Center court with an exciting schedule. ruary home game schedule is as follows: JANUARY Saturday, Jan. 4 vs. Wyoming FEBRUARY Saturday, Feb. 1 vs. Air Force e 2014 January/Feb- Sunday, Jan. 11 vs. Utah State Wednesday, Feb. 12 vs. Fresno State Tuesday, Jan. 14 vs. Boise State Tuesday, Feb. 18 vs. San Jose State Wednesday, Jan. 29 vs. Colorado State PLAN YOUR TRIP Wolf Pack Men’s Basketball Lawlor Events Center, Reno Various dates unr.edu/lawlor, 775-784-4444 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 31 <statewide> EVENTS NEW YEAR’S DAY HIKE Lahontan State Recreation Area Jan. 1 parks.nv.gov, 775-577-2235 USA BMX NATIONAL SCHEDULE Livestock Events Center, Reno Jan. 10-12 usabmx.com, 480-961-1903 NATIONAL WINTER TRAILS DAY Tahoe Meadows Jan. 12 tahoerimtrail.com, 775-298-4485 CONTINENTAL CUP OF CURLING Downtown Las Vegas Jan. 16-19 curling.ca/2014continentalcup-en, 775-622-3345 WHITE PINE FIRE & ICE SHOW Cave Lake State Park Jan. 17-19 elynevada.net, 800-496-9350 ICE HOLE GOLF TOURNAMENT Eagle Valley Reservoir Jan. 18 parks.nv.gov, 775-728-4460 BREW HAHA John Ascuaga’s Nugget, Sparks Jan. 24 janugget.com, 800-648-1177 TEDXUNIVERSITYOFNEVADA University of Nevada, Reno Jan. 24 tedxuniversityofnevada.org ROTARY ICE-FISHING DERBY Cave Lake State Park Jan. 25 elynevada.net, 800-496-9350 MESQUITE BALLOON FESTIVAL Mesquite Jan. 25-26 mesquitegaming.com, 877-438-2929 RENO-TAHOE SENIOR GAMES Various locations, Reno Feb. 2-14 reno.gov, 775-334-4636 BRANSONFEST OUT WEST CasaBlanca Resort, Mesquite Feb. 3-5 casablancaresort.com, 877-438-2929 LAUGHLIN COIN, CURRENCY, STAMP, & JEWELRY EXPO Colorado Belle, Laughlin Feb. 7-9 visitlaughlin.com, 866-226-0507 LOVER’S ALOFT WEEKEND MacDougal Sports Complex, Lovelock Feb. 13-15 loverslock.com, 775-273-1800 VALENTINE’S DAY BALL & GALA The Resort on Mount Charleston, Las Vegas Feb. 15 veteransinpolitics.org, 702-238-5134 EAGLES & AGRICULTURE Carson Valley Feb. 21-23 carsonvalleynv.org, 775-782-8144 MARDI GRAS VEGAS Springs Preserve, Las Vegas Mar. 1 springspreserve.com, 702-822-7700 SHOWS SHEEP DIP John Ascuaga’s Nugget, Sparks Jan. 17-18 janugget.com, 800-648-1177 BOOKER T. JONES Harrah’s, Stateline Jan. 18 southshoreroom.com, 800-745-3000 BEATLES VS. STONES Harrah’s, Reno Thru Jan. 19 harrahsreno.com, 775-786-3232 MAMA MIA! Pioneer Center, Reno Jan. 24-26 pioneercenter.com, 775-686-6610 PABLO CRUISE Harrah’s, Stateline Jan. 25 southshoreroom.com, 800-745-3000 ICE FANTASY Eldorado, Reno Thru Jan. 26 eldoradoreno.com, 800-648-5966 White Pine Fire & Ice Show NEVADA DEPARTM ENT OF CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES 32 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M NATIONAL COWBOY POETRY GATHERING BILL ENGVALL Silver Legacy, Reno Jan. 31 silverlegacy.com, 775-325-7401 CHIPPENDALES FEATURING IAN ZIERING Harrah’s, Reno Jan. 30-Feb. 1 harrahsreno.com, 775-786-3232 THE GAME SHOW SHOW Good Luck Macbeth Theatre, Reno Jan. 31-Feb. 22 goodluckmacbeth.org, 775-322-3716 BILLY GARDELL John Ascuaga’s Nugget, Sparks Feb. 1 janugget.com, 800-648-1177 TOAD THE WET SPROCKET Harrah’s, Stateline Feb. 1 southshoreroom.com, 800-745-3000 CLINT BLACK Grand Sierra Resort, Reno Feb. 14 grandsierraresort.com, 800-648 3568 RING OF FIRE Eldorado, Reno Feb. 22-Apr. 20 eldoradoreno.com, 800-648-5966 PENTATONIX Grand Sierra Resort, Reno Feb. 23 grandsierraresort.com, 800-648-3568 MATTHEW B. BROWN ELKO’S REVERED WESTERN CELEBRATION ENTERS ITS 30TH YEAR. From January 27 to February 1, Elko hosts a celebration of western people, lifestyles, and traditions during the 30th annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering. e gathering pays homage to rural life in the West, immersing attendees in cowboy culture. After 29 successful years, thousands of urban and rural folks alike continue to make the pilgrimage to northeastern Nevada to experience the festival that includes poetry, music, culture, art, lm, crafts, and cuisines. e gathering o ers lively performances by an array of poets and musicians—including singer and songwriter Kristyn Harris, vocal duo Big Harmonies, and western music and comedy group Riders in the Sky. e event also features renowned animal welfare advocate, professor, and author Dr. Temple Grandin, who will be delivering the keynote address. Besides poetry and music, guests can PLAN YOUR TRIP expect myriad activities including a silent aucNational Cowboy Poetry Gathering tion and various workshops and classes. RawElko hide braiding, Dutch-oven cooking, and even Jan. 27-Feb. 1 a hat-making workshop can all be enjoyed westernfolklife.org, 888-880-5885 during the gathering. ALSO IN ELKO GREAT BASIN COWBOY GEAR SHOW & SALE e Great Basin Cowboy Gear Show & Sale presents the nest quality items available from contemporary artists and craftsmen in the trades of saddle and spur making, PLAN YOUR TRIP silversmithing, and rawhide braiding. Great Basin Cowboy Gear Show & Sale Cash prizes are awarded for the top three Northeastern Nevada Museum, Elko items as voted on by attendees. e show Jan. 21-Feb. 9 includes a category for boots, chaps, and exploreelko.com, 775-738-4091 other custom-crafted items. 33 Clint Black JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 Live Streamin g 34 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M <arts & museums> UNEARTHLY EXHIBIT MATERIALIZES AT THE NATIONAL ATOMIC TESTING MUSEUM IN LAS VEGAS. One of the most illustrious and cryptic focuses of conspiracy theorists, UFO enthusiasts, and curiosity seekers for decades, Area 51 continues to be shrouded in mystery. Located adjacent to the Nevada Test Site, this secluded section of desert has become synonymous with alien spacecraft, beings from other planets, and impenetrable security. However, visitors to the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas can now explore the highly classi ed world via the award-winning exhibit “Area 51: Myth or Reality.” Organized in coordination with former CIA o cers, military aviators, Area 51 workers, and respected members of the UFO community, the interactive exhibit gives an inside look at the mysterious base. Visitors receive an authorization badge and secret instructions before passing through a “Q clearance” security checkpoint. ey are then greeted by a “man in black” before learning about the Roswell crash, viewing UFO crash site debris, witnessing an alien autopsy, and exploring the science behind space travel. Guests also have a chance to discover the origins of the nation’s MiG reverse engineering program, learn about the trials and tribulations of getting the U-2 spy plane program o the ground, view authentic artifacts from the di erent spy-plane programs developed in the Nevada desert, and nd out about other formerly top-secret technologies tested at Area 51.. PLAN YOUR TRIP Area 51: Myth or Reality National Atomic Testing Museum, Las Vegas Ongoing nationalatomictestingmuseum.org, 702-794-5151 EVENTS & EXHIBITS ART ENCOUNTER The Forum Shops at Caesars, Las Vegas Ongoing forumshops.com, 702-893-4800 EMPTY MANSIONS Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas Ongoing museums.nevadaculture.org, 775-687-4810 50 GREATEST PHOTOGRAPHS OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC The Venetian, Las Vegas Thru. Jan. 13 venetian.com, 702-414-1000 TOULOUSE-LAUTREC & LA VIE MODERNE: PARIS 1880–1919 Nevada Museum of Art, Reno Thru Jan. 19 nevadaart.org, 775-329-1541 FRANCES HUMPHREY LECTURE SERIES: THE NEVADA DISCOVERY RIDE Nevada State Museum, Carson City Jan. 23 museums.nevadaculture.org, 775-687-4810 ART OF THE WEST RECEPTION & GREAT BASIN GEAR SHOW Northeastern Nevada Museum, Elko Jan. 31 museumelko.org, 775-738-3418 DEMONSTRATION OF COIN PRESS NO. 1 Nevada State Museum, Carson City Jan. 31 museums.nevadaculture.org, 775-687-4810 FINDING FRÉMONT: PATHFINDER OF THE WEST Nevada State Museum, Carson City Thru Oct. museums.nevadaculture.org, 775-687-4810 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 35 SPEND SOME Quality Time TOGETHER On Amtrak , spending quality time with friends and family is only the beginning. Whether savoring meals in the Dining car, enjoying unparalleled views in the Lounge, relaxing in spacious seats or private sleeping accommodations, the onboard experience is unique and memorable. 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Quality Time_NevMag (7.109x4.645).indd 1 12/6/13 1:10 PM 36 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M <statewide> NEVADA DAY IN CARSON CITY BY DAVI D TO L L It is Nevada Day, the grandest 72-hour day of our year, and the great Nevada Day Parade in Carson City is its most splendid expression. e parade is a gaudy and authentic three-hour procession of oats, bands, and marching groups. e parade began months before of course, and is the climax of elaborate planning and preparation. Volunteers mark o the staging points for the 200 parade entries before sunrise, with anxious looks up into the crack of dawn. Will it be sun today or snow? Sun! We only have 15 miles to Carson City; other parade-goers have been on the road for hours before we even set out. It’s full day as we drive down into Eagle Valley from the east. Ahead of us, bright dots are pinned to the sky: a ight of balloons suspended in the crisp morning air. Early arrivals in Carson City are at the Governor’s Mansion for a pancake breakfast provided by the Carson City Republican Women club. Spectators have already unpacked their camp chairs and staked out places on the curb, kids are running around, and vendors are setting up their counters while their pots, pans, and grills heat up. Because traditional Nevada Day is October 31, many people are wearing their Halloween costumes even though Nevada Day is only sometimes on the 31st. Now, it’s the last Friday in October whatever the date, and the parade is the next day. Promptly and proudly at 10 a.m., the parade begins with a rumble as a phalanx of helmeted motorcycle o cers rolls south on Carson Street, drawing the rest of the entries into line behind them one line at a time out of their side streets into the procession. Here comes Senator Dean Heller on horseback! A whole posse of other o cials and political gures and gurines come trooping after him, and the parade is on. e White Pine County School band bursts into music at the head of the parade and there were other bands both afoot and a oat scattered along its length. ere was a small squadron of Model A’s, some rodeo queens from Fernley, and the Nevada Silver Tappers. e parade was more than the oats, marchers, bands, and horses; it was the beautiful day. e trees a ame in the sun, the families, the traditions, the beer and burgers, the ‘ting-ting-ting’ of the single jacks driving into granite, and the memories. It is pleasing to think the spirit of the state was held in suspension within that clear, clean air coming from the mountains, and maybe for a little while it was. Are We ere Yet? nevadatravel.net 37 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 Looking for more EVENTS&SHOWS Nevada events & shows? We invite you to visit our Nevada tourism partners. Refer to the full-page map on page 40 for city and town locations. LAKE TAHOE Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority tahoesouth.com, 530-544-5050 North Lake Tahoe Visitors Bureau gotahoenorth.com, 888-434-1262 Minden (Town of) townofminden.com, 775-782-5976 Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation pyramidlake.us, 775-574-1000 Sparks (City of) cityofsparks.us, 775-353-5555 Spring Creek (Association) springcreeknv.net, 775-753-6295 Virginia CityÂ Tourism Commission visitvirginiacitynv.com, 800-718-7587 Fallon Convention & Tourism Authority visitfallonnevada.com, 866-432-5566 Fernley (City of) cityoffernley.org, 775-784-9800 Gardnerville (Town of) gardnerville-nv.gov, 775-782-7134 Genoa (Town of) genoanevada.org, 775-782-8696 The Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce austinnevada.com, 775-964-2200 Hawthorne Convention Center visitmineralcounty.com, 775-945-5854 Jackpot (Cactus Petes) jackpotnevada.com, 800-821-1103 Jarbidge jarbidge.org Lovelock loverslock.com, 775-273-7213 Mason Valley Chamber of Commerce masonvalleychamberofcommerce.com, 775-463-2245 Wells Chamber of Commerce wellsnevada.com, 775-752-3540 West Wendover (City of) westwendovercity.com, 866-299-2489 White Pine County Tourism and Recreation Board (Ely) elynevada.net, 800-496-9350 Winnemucca Convention & Visitors Authority winnemucca.nv.us, 800-962-2638 NORTHERN NEVADA City of Reno reno.gov, 775-334-INFO Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority visitrenotahoe.com, 800-FOR-RENO Battle Mountain (Lander County Convention & Tourism Authority) battlemountaintourism.com, 775-635-1112 Black Rock Desert (Friends of Black Rock High Rock) blackrockdesert.org, 775-557-2900 Carlin (City of) explorecarlinnv.com, 775-754-6354 Carson City Convention & Visitors Bureau visitcarsoncity.com, 800-NEVADA-1 Carson Valley Visitors Authority visitcarsonvalley.org, 800-727-7677 Dayton Chamber of Commerce daytonnvchamber.org, 775-246-7909 Elko Convention & Visitors Authority exploreelko.com, 800-248-3556 Eureka County Economic Development Program eurekacounty.com, 775-237-5484 Mesquite Balloon Festival SOUTHERN NEVADA City of Las Vegas lasvegasnevada.gov, 702-229-6011 Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority lasvegas.com, 877-847-4858 Beatty Chamber of Commerce beattynevada.org, 866-736-3716 Biking Las Vegas bikinglasvegas.com, 702-430-1638 Boulder City Chamber of Commerce bouldercitychamber.com, 702-293-2034 38 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M <tourism partners> More Nevada events and shows: travelnevada.com/events-shows ART/PERFORMING ARTS Arts Las Vegas artslasvegas.org, 702-229-6511 Brewery Arts Center, Carson City breweryarts.org, 775-883-1976 Brüka Theatre, Reno bruka.org, 775-323-3221 Eureka Opera House eurekacounty.com, 775-237-6006 Goldwell Open Air Museum goldwellmuseum.org, 702-870-9946 Oats Park Art Center, Fallon churchillarts.org, 775-423-1440 Pioneer Center, Reno pioneercenter.com, 775-686-6600 CHARLIE JOHNSTON Lovelock Goldﬁeld Chamber of Commerce goldﬁeldnevada.org, 775-485-3560 Henderson (City of) hendersonlive.com, 702-267-2171 Las Vegas Welcome Center at Primm Located at the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas, 702-874-1360 Laughlin Visitor Information Center visitlaughlin.com, 800-452-8445 Lincoln County lincolncountynevada.com, 877-870-3003 Mesquite (City of) mesquitenv.gov, 702-346-5295 Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce moapavalleychamber.com, 702-398-7160 Nevada Welcome Center at Boulder City visitbouldercity.com, 702-294-1252 Nevada Welcome Center at Mesquite visitmesquite.com, 877-637-7848 Pahrump visitpahrump.com, 866-722-5800 Primm (Valley Resorts) primmvalleyresorts.com, 888-386-7867 Rachel rachel-nevada.com, 775-729-2515 Tonopah (Town of) tonopahnevada.com, 775-482-6336 Piper’s Opera House, Virginia City piperslive.com, 775-847-0433 Reno Little Theater renolittletheater.org, 775-813-8900 The Smith Center for the Performing Arts thesmithcenter.com, 702-749-2012 Western Folklife Center, Elko westernfolklife.org, 775-738-7508 Yerington Theatre for the Arts yeringtonarts.com, 775-463-1783 TERRITORIES Cowboy Country cowboycountry.com Indian Territory nevadaindianterritory.com, 775-687-8333 Las Vegas Territory lvterritory.com, 702-348-4708 Nevada Silver Trails nevadasilvertrails.com Pony Express Territory ponyexpressnevada.com, 888-359-9449 Reno-Tahoe Territory renotahoe.com, 775-687-7410 For more arts events in the state: NATIONAL PARKS Great Basin National Park nps.gov/grba, 775-234-7517 Death Valley National Park nps.gov/deva, 760-786-3200 STATE PARKS Nevada State Parks parks.nv.gov, 775-684-2770 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 014 39 <nevada map> O R E G O N Denio 140 292 I D A H O McDermitt 95 225 Owyhee Mountain City Jarbidge Jackpot 93 140 298 Orovada 140 290 Paradise Valley Wild Horse Reservoir 226 Tuscarora Midas 95 447 93 Montello WINNEMUCCA Golconda 294 789 225 229 230 231 232 WELLS 80 223 80 Angel Lake Valmy 806 766 Spring ELKO Creek CARLIN 227 228 Gerlach Empire Rye Patch Reservoir 401 Imlay Lamoille 229 767 WEST WENDOVER Mill City 400 BATTLE MOUNTAIN 305 Beowawe 306 Unionville Rochester Crescent Valley 278 Jiggs 93 ALT 93 Oreana 399 398 Pyramid Lake 445 447 LOVELOCK 397 Ruby Lake Sutcliffe 446 445 Nixon Cherry Creek 80 95 278 305 U T A H 395 RENOFERNLEY Wadsworth 828 Hazen 723 Zephyr Cove Lake Tahoe 50 Crystal Bay Washoe 431 Lake 429 28 121 FALLON SPARKS 50 116 Silver Springs 117 341 Virginia Stagecoach 120 City Lahontan Middlegate DAYTON Fort Reservoir Sand 95 Moundhouse Churchill Springs Carson City 50 AUSTIN 722 376 50 EUREKA 892 93 50 McGill 490 893 Kingston 6 844 ELY 6 50 Great Basin National Park 488 894 STATELINE 206 Genoa 207 MINDEN GARDNERVILLE 88 YERINGTON 339 208 839 361 S Schurz Gabbs 395 208 823 Ione Carvers Hadley Duckwater 379 Smith 338 Preston Lund Baker 487 Wellington Walker Lake 361 C A 95 HAWTHORNE Luning Mina 377 Round Mountain Belmont 6 318 Manhattan 93 L I 359 F O 360 95 6 264 6 95 376 375 6 R TONOPAH 265 N 773 95 Silver Peak GoldďŹ eld N E V A D A 318 PIOCHE 320 322 I 264 Blair Dyer Extraterrestrial Rachel Highway 266 319 A PANACA 93 CALIENTE 317 Hiko 375 Ash Springs Alamo Gold Point 774 Bonnie Claire 267 95 Rhyolite BEATTY 374 93 MESQUITE 168 Death Valley National Park Amargosa Valley 160 Moapa 169 Mercury Indian Springs 95 156 157 Glendale 373 15 Logandale OVERTON Valley of Fire State Park 372 PAHRUMP Mt. Charleston 159 LAS VEGAS 147 Blue Diamond Mountain Springs 50 160 HENDERSON 215 95 165 161 604 N 0 25 MILES Goodsprings Jean Primm 164 93 BOULDER CITY Lake Mead A R I Z O N A Nelson Searchlight 95 Cal Nev Ari 163 162 LAUGHLIN 40 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M 24 N E VA D A M AG A Z I N E . C O M