2017 GE Family Concert Series Continues June 16 With The ‘Hollywood Stones’
Courtesy of Douglas County Parks & Recreation · 3 min read
MINDEN, Nev. — The Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department’s 2017 GE Family Concert Series is off to a great start!
Spend an evening of music with family and friends at Minden Park. Concerts are free of charge due to the generous contributions of local businesses and organizations.
The next Concert will be June 16th from 6-8 pm and will feature the “Hollywood Stones” and is being co-sponsored by Carson Tahoe Health.
Come out to enjoy the Hollywood Stones: “The ultra-cool Rolling Stones look & sound.
The Hollywood Stones are a completely true live band. The same five piece line-up has worked closely together for over a dozen years at hundreds of gigs taking hardcore Rolling Stones fans by storm! Everyone raves about “That killer Stones band from Hollywood!” Live shows are packed with street fighting stage attitude and full-tilt classic rock. The Hollywood Stones are a super-hot live band featuring all The Rolling Stones hits and cult favorites!”
2017 Remaining Concert Line-up
July 14: Peaceful Easy (Eagles Tribute)
Co-sponsored by American AVK Company
August 4: Mumbo Gumbo
Co-sponsored by Starbucks Carson Valley Roasting Plant & Distribution Center
August 25: Rad Moon Rising (A CCR Tribute)
Co-sponsored by Rejuvenate Salon
Concessions will available for purchase at the concert sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Carson Valley, Tahoe Douglas Elks Lodge #2670 and the Carson Valley Lions Club.
Douglas County Parks & Recreation would like to thank all of the 2017 sponsors including: GE Measurement & Control, Town of Minden, Carson Valley Inn, Carson Tahoe Health, Arrowhead Dental Center, AVK Company, Starbucks Carson Valley Roasting Plant & Distribution Center, Rejuvenate Salon, Airport Road Storage, B. Jane Lommell, CPA, Building Concepts, Campagni Toyota Scion, Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce, Dr. James the Dentist, Gardnerville Health & Rehab, Grand Prix Express Car Wash, Guild Mortgage, Keigh Cox Design, Nu-Systems, Inc., R&S Optimum Offset, Sierra NV Ear, Nose &Throat, Silver State Building Materials and Sullivan Law
Children must be supervised at all times. Playing and climbing on the planters and ramp to the restroom are prohibited. Throwing of hard balls is prohibited for safety reasons but Nerf balls will be allowed, as long as they are being used safely.
We love dogs, however for their safety and the safety of all concert goers, please leave them at home.
No lawn space may be reserved/sectioned off until 7am the day of the concert. Please do not lay blankets on the lawn until after 5 p.m. the day of the concert. Blankets left out for the day can damage the grass and will be removed.
Tables around the Park are to be left clear for use during the lunch hour and may be reserved after 5 p.m. the evening of the Concert.
For the benefit of all visitors to Minden Park who wish to enjoy the concert series, reserved/sectioned off spaces must be no larger than 10’ x 10’.
If tape is used to reserve a section, the tape must be removed for safety and visibility reasons prior to the start of the concert.
In order to allow everyone to enjoy the concerts the event will be closing 5th street to allow motor homes parking and concessions. RV parking will be allowed in a designated area only starting at 9am the day of the concerts and an RV Pass is required. Please call the recreation department prior to the concerts to receive a pass at (775) 782-5500 ext. 1.
RV parking at other locations around the park obscures the line of sight for Minden homeowners around the park.
For more information please contact the Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department at (775) 782-5500 ext. 1.