Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater 2021 Schedule

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There are 403 permanent seats and grass seating for approximately 600 additional attendants. Maximum occupancy for this facility is 1,000 people.
Grass seating patrons must bring blankets and/ or low back folding chairs.
No glass or pets allowed in the Amphitheater.

Updated Ticket Information:

  Toccata Presents: 2021 Memorial Concert 

September 17th, 7:00pm-9:00pm 



The 'Memorial' concerts occur in remembrance of September 11, 2001. They also memorialize the loss of other persons, at other times and places. All concert performances will be conducted by Maestro James Rawie. General admission is $30 for adults and $25 for seniors. Young persons, under age 23, enjoy FREE admission. "Front and Center" preferred seating prices are $40 for adults and $15 for youth/students. At Bartley Ranch, lawn seating is FREE for everyone and sponsored by the Robert Z Hawkins Foundation.



Nevada Humane Society Presents: 2021 Virtual Duck Race and Live Festival 

September 18th, 4:00pm-9:00pm 

The Duck Race & Festival will be hosted at Hawkins Amphitheater in Bartley Ranch Regional Park from 4-9pm on September 18th! This family-friendly event features vendors, food trucks, a beer garden, games for the kids, pet adoptions, and more! To close out the evening The Nevada Human Society will be airing a virtual duck race and the family-friendly movie Bolt. Help raise $200,000 for our shelter pets! When you purchase a $5 duck, you are not only helping homeless pets, you are also entered in the chance to win a brand new 2021 Toyota CH-R Hatchback OR $10,000 donated by Carson City Toyota.

Friends of Black Rock High Rock Present: Wild & Scenic Film Festival

October 9th, 7:00PM 


SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival inspires environmental activism and a love for nature–through film. Wild & Scenic shares an urgent call to action, encouraging festival-goers to learn more about what they can do to save our threatened planet.