This year's New Year's Eve fireworks show in downtown Reno will last 13 minutes and will be shot off from the rooftops of Harrah's and Silver Legacy. Many of the roads in the downtown area will be closed to vehicle traffic. If you want to watch the fireworks show from a location other than downtown, you can hear the accompanying music by tuning into Alice 96.5. Or if you'd prefer to watch the show from the comfort of your living room, you can see it on KRNV News 4. 

Reno New Year's Eve Events

Downtown Reno- The fireworks show will start at midnight, centered around the Reno Arch. The fireworks will be off from both Harrah's and Silver Legacy's rooftops. 

New Year's Eve at Grand Sierra Resort- Entertainment by "Hindsight" and hosted in the Silver State Pavilion. Each ticket includes two drink vouches and a champagne toast. 

New Year's Eve at the Peppermill- At EDGE Nightclub's Resolution New Year's Eve Party you can celebrate with a champagne tasting from 9pm - 11pm, followed by festivities and party favors, a midnight champagne toast, and balloon drop. 

New Year's Eve at the Atlantis- Join the midnight countdown and balloon drop to ring in the new year, plus cabaret entertainment from 4 p.m. to 5 a.m. featuring Vegas Roadshow and Reckless Envy.

New Year's Eve at Harrah's- DJ Izer is on from 9 pm till 2 am and party favors and a midnight champagne toast are complimentary 

For a full list of events and dining options, check out this Reno Gazette Journal article. 

Reno New Year's Eve Tips

Free Rides on New Year's Eve from RTC- Scheduled RTC transit services will be free on New Year's Eve night starting at 6 p.m. and running through 2 a.m. on New Year's Day. 

Road Closures- Virginia Street will be closed from 1st Street to 6th Street for the fireworks display. Many downtown roads will be closed to vehicle traffic from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.




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