Reno Things to Do in March and April

Posted by Brooke Sullivan on Monday, February 26th, 2018 at 11:10am

Reno has a wide offering of concerts, theater, comedy and more this Spring! Click the linked headings below to purchase tickets for the event.


Starship featuring Mickey Thomas

March 3 @ 8pm

The Celebrity Showroom, The Nugget

Thomas was the lead voice on songs such as “Jane”, “No Way Out”, “We Built This City” and “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”. Rock out to these ‘80s commercial peaks!


Classix Five: Italian Festival

March 11 @4pm & March 13 @ 7:30pm

Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts

The Reno Philharmonic continues its season for its fans of Italian classical composers. They will welcome guest conductor Alvise Casellati, with selections from Verdi, Bellini, Puccini, Rota and others.


Boyz II Men

March 17 @ 8pm

Grand Theatre, Grand Sierra Resort

This Philadelphia R&B group is best known for their seamless vocal blend. Going strong since the ‘80s, some of their biggest hits includes “End of the Road” and “Motownphilly”.


Reno Chamber Orchestra: Kuchar/Spacek

March 17 @ 7:30pm & March 18 @ 2pm

Nightingale Concert Hall, University of Nevada-Reno

Josef Spacek was a highlight of the Nevada Chamber Music Festival in 2016 and returns as a guest for the RCO’s March performance. He will perform “Scottish Fantasy” by Bruch, along with pieces by Tchaikovsky and Dvorak.


Black Arm Band

April 3 @ 7:30pm

Nightingale Concert Hall, University of Nevada-Reno

This intriguing group plays Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music as a tribute to their heritage. During their performance, there is also footage of Aboriginal life playing behind the band.


Reno Chamber Orchestra: UNR Choirs

April 7 @ 7:30pm & April 8 @ 2pm

Nightingale Concert Hall, University of Nevada-Reno

This year’s collaboration between the RCO and UNR will feature pieces by Mozart, Beethoven, Bruckner and Tuur.


Portugal. The Man

April 11 @ 8pm

Grand Theatre, Grand Sierra Resort

This modern rock band is a popular emerging group, with their catchy single “Feel It Still”. The Oregon band plays an eclectic mix of loud rock, dance music, pure pop and wild experiements.


“The Magic Flute”

April 20 @ 7:30pm & April 21 @ 2pm

Nightingale Concert Hall, University of Nevada-Reno

The Nevada Chamber Opera presents their performance of the classic Mozart work. In the song, a prince wants to marry a princes, but must undergo some trials first including an evil queen.


Classix Six: 100 Years of Bernstein

April 22 @ 4pm & April 24 @ 7:30pm

Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts

The season-ending tribute to the late Leonard Bernstein will feature three guest vocalists – Elena Perroni, Olga Perez Flora and James Flora. The performance will feature pieces from “West Side Story”, “Chichester Psalms” and “Candide”.



Rob Schneider

March 10 @ 8pm

Showroom, Montbleu Resort

This well-known comedian has performed on “Saturday Night Live” and is remembered for his many comedies such as “Deuce Bigalow” and “Grown Ups”. His latest concert tour is titled “Please Join Me for an Evening of Lies”.


“I Mom So Hard”

March 3 @ 8pm

Grande Exposition Hall, Silver Legacy Resort

Comedians Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley talk about motherhood from a mix of angles, all of them full of humor.



“The Clairvoyants”

April 6 @ 8pm

Grande Exposition Hall, Silvery Legacy Resort

Thommy Ten and Amelie Van Tass went far on the famous TV talent show “America’s Got Talent”. They’re bringing the entertainment of mind-reading to the masses once again, using some fun effects and theatrics as part of their show.


“Gut Churn” featuring Jad Abumrad and Zoe Keating

April 7 @ 8pm

Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts

Host and creator of the NPR show “Radiolab”, Jad Abumrad discusses innovation and the arts. Indie musician Zoe Keating joins him.


“Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles”

April 20 @ 9pm

Grand Theatre, Grand Sierra Resort

The group Rain play all the hits by John, Paul, George and Ringo surrounded by multi-media effects. The show tells the story of the Fab Four and their impact on the world.


Tyler Henry

April 20 @ 8pm

Grande Exposition Hall, Silver Legacy Resort

Tyler Henry says that at a young age he discovered the ability to speak to deceased loved ones and to get mental images tied to a person’s future. Whether you believe his powers or not, he has been the author of a book and part of the E! Network’s “Hollywood Medium” show.



“Death by Design”

March 9 – 24

Reno Little Theater

Far from a conventional murder mystery, this play by Rob Urbinati has eight people in a country estate experience with lots of comic mischief in this witty satire.


“The Sound of Music”

March 16 @ 8pm, March 17 @ 2pm & 8pm, March 18 @ 1pm & 7pm

It might be the most beloved musical of all time. The story of the musical Von Trapp family as they form bonds and escape political oppression in WWII.


“Nation of Two”

March 16 – April 7

Bruka Theatre

The 25th anniversary season of the Bruka Theatre continues with this play by Tom Burmester. A family who lost a son in the Iraq War meets one of the soldiers who served with the son.


“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”

March 16 – April 7

Good Luck MacBeth Theatre Company

This thought-provoking play by Simon Stephens accuses a teenager of kill his neighbors dog. As the teen investigates who the real criminal is and goes through a journey that changes his life.



April 13 @ 8pm, April 14 @ 2pm & 8pm, April 15 @ 1pm & 7pm

A strong story of lives during Germany as it emerges into WWII. A revival of the musical with more contemporary staging.



Leprechaun Race

March 11 @ 8:30am

The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum

This 5k run and walk snakes through Wells Avenue and the Midtown area and will feature lots of people dressed in green. Proceeds benefit the Discovery Musuem.



March 1 – 11

North Lake Tahoe

The fun has been going on the north shore of Tahoe for the past 37 years! Come to enjoy parades, fireworks, a pancake breakfast and a polar-bear swim.


Northern Nevada Diversity Summit

April 12 @ 8am to 5pm

Joe Crowley Student Union, University of Nevada-Reno

The UNR Cultural Diversity Committee hosts their city-wide event in the theme of “Challenges, Changes and Solutions: The Reality of Equity and Diversity within Higher Education and the Community”.


Dine the District Food Tour

April 28 @ 1- 4 pm

Riverwalk District, Downtown Reno

Snack on everything from pizza to Thai! Dine the District is a self-guided tour with 20 featured restaurants offering bites at each stop.


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