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THE ROUGH RIDIN'

TOE TAPPIN'

FUN TASTIN'

SUMMER SENSATION'

MAY 7 - 8, 2016

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INTRODUCING THE

RENO RIVER ROLL

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THE MUSIC

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RENO TAHOE USA'S

ADVENTURE PARK

FOR MORE COOL EVENTS

ALL SUMMER LONG

SEE CALENDAR HERE
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THE ROUGH RIDIN'

TOE TAPPIN'

FUN TASTIN'

SUMMER SENSATION'

MAY 7 - 8, 2016

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THE MUSIC

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RENO TAHOE USA'S

ADVENTURE PARK

FOR MORE COOL EVENTS

ALL SUMMER LONG

SEE CALENDAR HERE
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INTRODUCING THE

RENO RIVER ROLL

Introducing the newest sensation to the Reno River Festival!  We are celebrating all things bicycle.  This casual 5-mile costumed slow ride will start on the brand new Virginia Street bridge and finish in the heart of the Reno River Festival.  Tour the streets of Reno on your best ride while trailing a live mobile band that will lead an experience unlike any bike ride you’ve been on before.  Open to all ages.  For more information click on the Reno River Roll link above or just get in now.  Space is limited, the thrill is not.

Enjoy a true outdoor bar setting with all of the elements of summer. There is music, tables, chairs and shade. Oh, let’s not forget the fantastic view, on the peninsula peak, overlooking both of the Truckee River whitewater channels.  Sample more than a couple dozen different craft beers. The challenge is to sample them all. Those who do will be entered into a grand prize drawing to be given away Saturday night on the main stage between 5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Must be present to win. There will also be a drawing on Sunday as well.

These VIP, tropically-clad, private cabanas seat up to 25 of your closest friends, family, clients or whoever.  You will not find a better seat in the house with exceptional visibility of the main stage, kayak races and the Adventure Park.  Your well-decorated cabana includes couches, beach chairs, tables, a coffee table and beach side games inside a  20′ x 20′ three-sided festival tent. The VIP experience includes a privately catered lunch , snacks, plenty of beer, wine, soda, water, games, and your own server.

2015 marked the first time in the 12-year history that the whitewater events were canceled due to low water. However, it looks like winter is back with a vengeance! We can’t wait to bring back the world’s greatest whitewater athletes to compete on the Truckee River Whitewater Park: one of the top courses in the world.  This year’s festival will feature freestyle, stand-up paddleboard races, kayak races and boatercross.   Athletes, click the link below to register.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Men

1.     Stephen Wright                                    Pennsylvania

         1a.     Nick Troutman (2)            Canada (Not qualified for US Nationals)

2.     Jason Craig                                    Reno, NV

3.     Jud Keiser                                    Washington State

Women

1.     Emily Jackson                                    Tennessee

2.     Jessica Yurtinus                                    Reno, NV

3.     Erin Clancey                                    Idaho

JR Men

1.     Hayden Voorhees                        Idaho

2.     Kaito Roemer                                    Montana

3.     Cameron O’Connor                        Carson City, NV

JR Women

1.     Abby Holcombe                                    South Dakota

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Win       Nick Troutman                                    Canada (Not qualified for the US Nationals)

1.     Hayden Voorhees                        Idaho

2.     Kaito Roemer                                    Montana

Coming Soon

Coming Soon

 

GENERAL RIVER FESTIVAL HOURS

9am – 6pm  –  Expo Hours

9am – 5pm – Bike Valet Hours

10am – 5pm – Reno Tahoe USA’s Adventure Park Hours

10am – 6pm – Private Cabana Hours

11am – 4pm – Craft Beer Village Hours

10am – 2pm – The Reno Sculpture Fest (Downtown Reno ReTrak)


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

8am – 11am – Reno River Roll Check In

9am -10am –  Yoga in the Park (The Yoga Studio)

11:30am – Reno River Roll Begins on the New Virginia Street Bridge featuring the Coors Light Girls Bike Team, Live Band: Island of Black and White, Tour de Dez and a lot more

1pm – Kayak and Fishing Clinics Begin in the  Cabela’s Camping Village

3pm – Reno River Roll Costume Contest on Wingfield Park Amphitheater

3:30 – Bike Commuter Class presented by The Reno Bike Project

6pm – Nature’s Bakery USA National Championship Freestyle Awards

Kayak Classes TBD


MUSIC FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

Reno River Festival Amphitheater

11:30 am – 1pm – Hannah Jane Kile

1:30pm – 3pm –  Element of Soul

4pm – 5:30pm – Stephen Hogan

6pm – 7:30pm – HEADLINER: DRAKE WHITE AND THE BIG FIRE

Sands Regency Outdoor Stage:

3:30pm – 5:30pm – Battle for the Full Moon Saloon at Night in the Country – Round 1

8pm – 11pm – Battle For the Full Moon Saloon at Night in the Country – Round 2 + Headliner The Cains


THE NATURE’S BAKERY
WHITEWATER EVENT SCHEDULE

10am – Nature’s Bakery US National Freestyle Prelims

1pm – 5pm – Nature’s Bakery US National Freestyle Prelims, Quarter and Semi Finals in all classes

All day – Slalom Warmups

Freestyle Divisions:
Men’s
Women’s
OC1
C1
Junior Men (14-18)
Junior Women (14-18)

 

 

GENERAL RIVER FESTIVAL HOURS

9am – 6pm  –  Expo Hours (More than 100 shops perfect for Mother’s Day)

10am – 5pm – Reno Tahoe USA’s Adventure Park Hours

10am – 6pm – Private Cabana Hours

11am – 4pm – Craft Beer Village Hours

10am – 2pm – The Reno Sculpture Fest (Downtown Reno ReTrak)


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

9am -10am –  Yoga in the Park (The Yoga Studio)

11am – Kayak and Fishing Clinics Begin in the  Cabela’s Camping Village

6pm – Nature’s Bakery USA National Championship Freestyle Awards

Kayak Classes TBD


MUSIC FESTIVAL SCHEDULE –

Reno River Festival Amphitheater

11:00am – 12:30pm – Island of Black and White

1pm – 2:30pm –  HEADLINER: JEREMY MCCOMB

3pm – 4:30pm – Thunder Cover

4:30pm – 5:30pm – Battle for the Full Moon Saloon at Night in the Country Winner


THE NATURE’S BAKERY
WHITEWATER EVENT SCHEDULE

10am – 2pm – Open Freestyle

10am – Noon – Slalom (South Channel)

12:30 – Slalom Awards Ceremony

Noon – 2pm – Boatercross and SUP-Cross

2:30pm – Boatercross and SUP-Cross Awards Ceremony

2:30pm – 4:30pm – Freestyle Finals (All Classes)

6pm – Nature’s Bakery USA National Championship Freestyle Awards

Freestyle Divisions:
Men’s
Women’s
OC1
C1
Junior Men (14-18)
Junior Women (14-18)

Slalom Divisions:
Men’s
Women’s

Boatercross Divisions:
Cadets (Under 14)
Junior Men (14-18)
Junior Women (14-18)
Men’s
Women’s

SUP-Class Divisions:
Men’s
Women’s