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Cabaret Lounge and Special Event Schedule

Special Entertainment

Concerts in the outdoor TJ's Corral

Cabaret Lounge Free Entertainment

Entertainment Hours:

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday: 6 – 10 p.m.

Thursday: 7:00 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Friday and Saturday: 8:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.

Major Sports Events: Schedules are subject to change and are altered slightly as appropriate during special entertainment, major sporting events, NFL Football season, special promotions and holidays. During the NFL football season games are shown on the HD pull-down screen and entertainment start is sometimes delayed. Same for other major sporting events. Need nourishment while you watch? Click here for our Bar Bites Menu with delivery right to your seat.

Bill Wharton, February 26 – 27:  Local artist, Bill Wharton has been entertaining people across the western United States, Alaska and Hawaii for, as he says, “eons.” His smooth, melodic tone comes out in his vast repertoire from old classic country thru modern country, pop to classic rock, blues and jazz. Songs to fall in love to, drown your sorrows with, take you to your happy place or just to shake your groove thang.

Patrick Major, February 28 – March 1: Patrick Major lived and performed in the Tahoe area for over 40 years and has appeared at many Tahoe, Maui and cruise venues. His style includes his own mix of original guitar and vocals combined with rock classics from the last four decades. Whether playing tunes from James Taylor to Dave Matthews, or his own compositions, he displays an unequaled emotion with all.

Whiskey Heroes, March 2 – 4:  The Whiskey Heroes, a project of Aaron Henry and Trent Wood, began in 2014. With rock roots surrounded by a country locale, the music formed its own unique sound. Their first single (Night in the Country) was mixed by Grammy award winning mixer Mark Needham. Since then, the band has added Matt Bailey on rhythm guitar, Dillon Secklin on drums, and Max Landis on bass and backup vocals. With the momentum from their recordings, and the addition of the other members, The Whiskey Heroes earned a spot to open for the Night in the Country music festival in 2015.  Their debut album was released in 2016.

Chris Talbot, March 5 – 6:  Chris Talbot has been performing for over 40 years (he started very young!)  Now living in Boise, Idaho, he was voted "Best Local Entertainer" by the Reno Gazette Journal 8 times in the 80's and 90's. Playing music from the 60's and 70's (with a side of Jimmy Buffett) Chris enjoys re-creating the feel of that era with many, many recognizable songs in his repertoire!

George Pickard, March 7 – 8:  George is an accomplished performer, believable impressionist, captivating entertainer and successful song writer. He co-wrote What Did You Do with Your Old Forty Fives for Bobby Vinton and backed up many acts from the fifties and sixties including The Shirelles, The Diamonds and The Platters. He was also one of the Kingsmen (Louie, Louie). George has played the Fillmore in San Francisco with acts such as Santana, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Jefferson Airplane.

Whiskey Maiden, March 9 – 11:  Whiskey Maiden is a premiere country/rock/pop act out of California featuring modern music, high energy performance & nonstop dance floor filling song selections. Fronted by the charismatic & soaring vocals of Sandy Nuyts, the members are highly skilled musicians that have performed with the likes of Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Neil McCoy, Hootie & the blowfish, Edwin McCain & many more National & International artists.

Jonathon “JB” Barton, March 12 – 13: In his four decades as an entertainer Jonathan has shared the stage with legends including Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley. His love for a variety of musical styles is apparent in his selection of favorites from Van Morrison, CCR, Hank Williams, Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Chesney, Eagles and many more. Come out and sing along!

Helena and the Bear, March 14 – 15:  Helena Kletch and Adam Bergoch are Helena & the Bear, an acoustic duo whose sultry sounds are sure to soothe the soul and warm the hearts of young and old.

Just Us, March 16 – 18: Just Us is a unique group of musicians who decided to blend together the sounds of the Motor City and Oakland, CA to develop "Sweet, Grown & Sexy" sounds - music from the 60’s to the present.  Aladdin handles lead vocal and percussions. He is joined by Les Carter on vocals and drums, Phil Weaver on vocals and guitar and Fred Williams on bass.

Hans Eberbach, March 19 – 20:  Vocalist and songwriter Hans Eberbach has released a solo album, “Up Is The Only Way Out” and he also sings for Joy & Madness, an evolution of vintage soul sound with modern classic pop sensibilities. He also fronts his own band HANS! and the HOT MESS a band that represents his original singer/songwriter/electronic soul work.

Adam Bergoch, March 21 – 22:  Adam Bergoch plays an acoustic guitar whilst mixing in effects from his abundance of digital pedals and singing along to some of the most popular songs, including Alternate Rock, Indie, Oldies, Dance, & even Rap.

The Kid and Nic, March 23 – 25:  Kirk and Nicole Tracy have been performing together since 1977. Their Kid and Nic Show keeps the crowd dancing, singing and laughing a long as they perform pop, rock, dance, oldies, current and classic country, 80's hits, Latin, funk, swing, blues, jazz and reggae. The show also features some fun "theme" medleys of songs from movies such as Grease, The Blues Brothers and Animal House.

Rock River, March 26 – 27:  Buddy and Kim from the Buddy Emmer Blues Band present an evening of blues and other music!

Tyler Stafford, March 28 – 29: Named “Reno’s Best Songwriter 2013” Tyler Stafford has quickly become a staple in the Northern Nevada music scene. A homegrown talent, his songs often draw comparisons to songwriters such as John Mayer and Paul Simon delivered with a candor and immediacy reminiscent of John Lennon. “The music I write is highly reflective of the Human Experience in that it evokes emotion and projects my perceptions and perspectives in a very real way.” He says “[It also] challenges the listener to come along with me for the ride.”

Novelists, March 30 – April 1: Equally comfortable acoustic or electric, The Novelists showcase cliffhanger storytelling, multiple lead singers, and their signature four-part harmonies. In addition to a headlining gig at Dallas Cowboys Stadium, The Novelists have become a mainstay on the West Coast festival, college and house concert circuits. They’ve shared the stage with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, John Prine, and Daryl Stuermer (Genesis).

Steve Lord, April 2 – 3: A guitarist with dynamic vocals, Steve is a main stage West Coast performer. A man of a thousand songs, Steve presents an evening of oldies, country, pop, blues, jazz, soul and rock 'n' roll.

Hans Eberbach, April 4 – 6: Vocalist and songwriter Hans Eberbach has released a solo album, “Up Is The Only Way Out” and he also sings for Joy & Madness, an evolution of vintage soul sound with modern classic pop sensibilities. He also fronts his own band HANS! and the HOT MESS a band that represents his original singer/songwriter/electronic soul work.

John Dawson Band, April 7 – 8: The John Dawson Band is a Reno based group of five fun-lovin' guys who just like to play music and entertain with a variety of modern country and classic rock. According to John, “The Washoe County Parole board took matters into their own hands on a wistful spring evening in 1999, and placed these 5 repeat offenders in a working band, demanding we concentrate on Country Music.” The quintet includes Mitch (Lead Guitar), Brian (keys), J.B.  (Bass), Jhan (drums) and John Dawson (vocals and guitar).

Cliff and Dave, April 9 – 10:  Powerhouse singer/gospel drummer, Cliff Porter, and southern-fried singer/guitarist, Dave Berry, often seen fronting the band Jelly Bread provide an evening of  sultry R&B, funk and swinging rock ’n’ roll,

TBA, April 11 – 12:

Justin Lee Band, April 13 – 15: Justin Lee is the west coast’s answer to new country music. With roots in small town Yerington, Nevada, Justin Lee is bringing a new level of excitement to country as we know it. Justin opened for Mark Chesnutt in October of 2014 at We Dig Mining, a fundraiser to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nevada. A Night In The Country – Nevada’s largest country music festival – featured Justin on the main stage prior to The Band Perry in 2015.

Cabaret Lounge performers, hours and schedule subject to change.