Fall in Nevada is full of events celebrating the changing seasons and our state’s favorite holiday—Nevada Day! So, get your boots on and get ready to attend these regional favorites.

Nevada Day

Nevadans love to celebrate—so it’s no surprise that the state’s birthday is a day-long festival and the. The celebration commemorating Nevada’s entry into the Union on October 31, 1864, features a large assortment of activities. Check out the Nevada Day Parade, music and art shows, a Carnival, Pancake Breakfast at the Governor’s Mansion, Nevada Day Classic Run/Walk, World Championship Rock Drilling Contest, Beard Contest, Annual Chili Feed, free local concerts and more!

Off Beat Music Festival

  • Nov. 2-4
  • Downtown Reno, Midtown Reno and Reno’s 4th Street Corridor
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Off Beat Arts & Music Festival returns for its third year and offers music, food, art and more. This festival features performances at a mix of venues from small bars to large theaters, from art galleries to restaurants and even shops, creating a “festival crawl.”

Reno Aerialfest

They fly through the air with the greatest of ease. This immersive event focuses on aspects of the aerial arts, including safety, performance, movement artistry, technique and health, and wellness. See performers from around the world perform during the showcase competition, or participate in an all-day workshop.

Warren Miller’s “Line Of Descent”

Winter is coming, as is the latest Warren Miller film. Miller’s 68th ski and snowboard film, “Line of Descent,” follows athletes such as Tommy Moe, Kalen Thorien, Collin Collins, Lexi duPont, Marcus Caston, Seth Wescott and more as they travel the globe, by land, air, and sea, exploring the ties that bind ski culture.

City Of Dust: The Evolution Of Burning Man

Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the remarkable story of Burning Man evolved through collaborative ritual from humble countercultural roots on San Francisco’s Baker Beach into the world-famous desert convergence it is today. Never-before-seen photographs, artifacts, journals, sketches, and notebooks reveal how this temporary experimental desert city came to be—and how it continues to evolve.