24 ACTS. 12 LOCAL. 6 REGIONAL. 6 NATIONAL.
Reno Nevada, May 2, 2022 – Summer Begins here! that is the claim for the Reno River festival, hosted in Reno each spring as we turn the corner towards summer season in the “Biggest Little City”. This years crop of musical artist has caught our attention as the Musicfest is hyping Nashville to Reno with 24 ACTS. 12 LOCAL. 6 REGIONAL. 6 NATIONAL.
There’s no better way to kick-off summer than with live concerts in the park! This full-scale music festival within the Reno River Festival features country chart topping headliners and more than 20 artists performing a wide array of music genres from country, to pop, to rock, and beyond.
The Reno River Festival is taking outdoor adventure to a whole new level in downtown Reno! This community celebration features live music with performances by nationally recognized artists, food, shopping, family-friendly rides and attractions, a Craft Beer Experience, a Hard Seltzer Experience, a Mother-Daughter look-a-like contest, and the Reno River Roll: one of the most unique bike rides in Northern Nevada. This is summer in Reno Tahoe!
Saturday Headliner at the Music Fest is Ryan Griffin and his smash hits including “Salt, Lime & Tequila” Starts at 3:35Pm
Ryan Griffin – From working on the farm as a child, to co-writing Kelsea Ballerini’s hit “Dibs” to honing his own music, Ryan Griffin has always been about blending pure talent with good old hard work and tireless dedication. And, since arriving in Nashville from Florida at seventeen, he’s also always been about guiding his career equally from the gut and the heart. Since his top-streaming song “Woulda Left Me Too” introduced him as a singer with an unusually empathetic hand (and garnered millions of plays on Spotify), Griffin has been working to release music that finds his unique niche between R&B and country, and between fun and true vulnerability. And now, with three new busbee-produced tracks and more on the horizon, Griffin has never been more ready for this moment.
Sunday Headliner at the Music Fest is Lindsay Ell and his smash hits including “What happens in a Small town” Starts at 3:35Pm
“I’ve learned to care a little less about what everybody thinks,” says singer/songwriter/guitarist Lindsay Ell. “Following my gut instinct, truly saying what I want to say—that’s the magic, the elements that make you relatable and real. Before, I was worrying about writing for radio, for fans, but now this is what I know, this is my journey. And the more honest I get, the more effective it is.”
With her new album, heart theory, Ell does just that, weaving the story of her journey of the heart in her own voice using her arsenal of tools as a musician and artist to give each song the sonic backdrop it deserves. “Theory is the science of music, heart theory is the science of a heart,” says Ell.
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Full Weekend Lineup
MusicFest at Reno River Festival
Sunshine and live music, it’s a perfect combination. At this year’s event, more than 20 local artists will be featured all weekend during MusicFest at the Reno River Festival with singer/songwriters and bands taking the stage at the Wingfield Amphitheater. This is the place to hear some of the brightest music stars and perhaps discover a new favorite.