The annual summer music series is scheduled to start soon at Lazy 5 Regional Park after the COVID-19 pandemic forced a 1-year hiatus a year ago.
Washoe County Regional Parks & Open Space states that those attending these events who have not been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 must wear a mask. Additionally, the Washoe County Health District plans to host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at each concert.
Performances are scheduled from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays. The planned lineup is as follows:
- June 23 – Snakeboy Johnson Band; Texas blues music
- June 30 – Só Sol; Americana/Brazilian/folk
- July 7 – Nevada 445; country
- July 14 – Nick Eng; Britpop, Beatles-esque, Indie pop rock
- July 21 – Margret’s Funk Band; 1970s to current R&B, soul
- July 28 – Arizona Jones; classic and modern rock
- Aug. 4 – The Bayberry Cast; Latin, jazz, funk
- Aug. 11 – Buddy Emmer Blues Band; blues
- Aug, 18 – Hot Rod Rebellion; rockabilly and vintage rock ’n’ roll
- Aug. 25 – Escalade; variety
A food truck and mobile pub are scheduled to be at every show. A playground is also on site for children.
Those planning to attend are asked to bring low-back chairs or a blanket to sit on. Admission and parking are free.
Pets, glass containers and smoking are prohibited.
The park is located at 7100 Pyramid Highway in Spanish Springs.
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