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TJ's Corral Outdoor Events Center

Our Outdoor Concert, Entertainment and Event Venue

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Click to See the Chris Young Concert Fun!


2014 Concerts: Michael Martin Murphey, Oak Ridge Boys, Dustin Lynch, Eddie Money, B. J. Thomas, Chris Young, Austinpalooza, Charlie Daniels Band. Watch for our 2015 Linup in early 2015.


About TJ's Corral:

  • Comfortable and flexible seating tailored to each event:
    • Over 1200 cushioned chairs available, half with thicker cushioning for VIP seating.
    • All theatre-style seating arrangements include chair spacers for more room.
    • Raised grassy area for "bring your blanket" seating.
    • Not a bad seat in the house!
  • Considerable immediately adjacent parking.
  • Permanent rest rooms with 50% more capacity in the women's facility!
  • Large raised stage area for optimum act visibility.
  • Completely ADA accessible.
  • Two large bar areas for beverage service.
  • Spectacular views of Job's Peak and the Sierra mountains.
  • Entertainer and Stagehand Friendly:
    • Covered 24' x 40' raised stage with high roof.
    • Easy vehicular access for event setup.
    • Very easy backstage. ground level; load-in and load-out.
    • A convenient back-stage green room with counter and sink area, comfortable seating and a  private rest-room.
    • Equipment storage room - right off the green room.
    • Pre-wired conduit between the sound board area and the stage.

TJ's Corral Images from The Oak Ridge Boys Concert
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About the Name - TJ's Corral

"TJ's Corral," is named in honor of Theodore James “T.J.” Day, a prominent and successful Nevada businessman, community philanthropist, ranch operator, and locomotive and aviation enthusiast who passed away in January of 2014. Carson Valley Inn owner Mike Pegram was a long-time friend of T.J.'s and admired the positive affects he had on education and many worthy causes in northern Nevada. After the loss of his friend, Mike decided to rename the new outdoor venue as a small tribute to a very important Nevadan.