Lee Brice Returning to TJ's Corral!
Last Wednesday we lead with Something to look forward to. Must have struck a pent-up audience 'cause the engagement to this blog and our various social media posts regarding the LOCASH and Clay Walker concert additions surpassed our expectations, So here's more good news today: Lee Brice is returning this August for his attempt at an entertainment hat-trick of sorts: a third sold-out concert in TJ’s Corral.
When Lee Brice isn't selling out arenas, writing and recording songs, or building new brands like American Born whiskey, you'll find the family man with his wife Sara, two young boys, and daughter. Meanwhile, with more than 1.9 billion on-demand streams, and three billion spins on Pandora, Brice continues to enjoy massive success at country radio, digital streaming services, and on the road. One of the most-played country artists of all time on Pandora, he is a member of the company's "Billionaires Club,” becoming only the second country artist behind Keith Urban to receive the Pandora Billionaire plaque. Lee is also a GRAMMY nominee and has received many other plaudits which you can read about on his concert listing on the Entertainment Page of our website
Tickets for the August Lee Brice concert will go on sale at 10 AM this Friday, April 17. Be sure to check out all the 2020 concerts announced so far on this page.
Clockwise from Upper Left: Lee Brice, LOCASH,Trace Adkins, Charlie Daniels, Tanya Tucker, Clay Walker
Looking Back to 1984/Early 1985
While the Casino and Restaurants are under a statewide, governor's mandated shutdown thru April 30, we've been posting some fun info on our social media platforms. Here's one on the original Hotel Desk in case you missed it:
|Our Original Hotel Desk in 1984|
When the Carson Valley Inn opened in 1984, there were 155 slot machines, five table games, Katie’s restaurant (much smaller then) and 99 hotel rooms. Long-time Valley residents may remember the hotel desk was located on the casino floor, right inside the casino entrance. The popularity of the casino quickly dictated the need for more capacity. So, in March of 1985 the hotel desk was moved downstairs to make way for what would quickly became a 25% casino expansion. Now, during the mandated shut down of our Casino and Restaurants, the hotel desk remains operational as we serve essential travelers requiring overnight accommodations. Were you around then? Let us know. Be safe, be strong and we’ll see you all again soon!