Closing Night: Buffy Sainte-Marie
Sainte-Marie has spent her whole life creating, and her artistry, humanitarian efforts, and Indigenous leadership have made her a unique force in the music industry. In 1969, she made one of the world's first electronic vocal albums; in 1982 she became the only Indigenous person to win an Oscar; she spent five years on Sesame Street where she became the first woman to breastfeed on national television. She's been blacklisted and silenced. She's written pop standards sung and recorded by the likes of Janis Joplin, Elvis Presley, Donovan, Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes. She penned “Universal Soldier,” the definitive anti-war anthem of the 20th century. She is an icon who keeps one foot firmly planted on either side of the North American border, in the un-surrendered territories that comprise Canada and the USA.
COVID-19 Special Statement:
Masks are required. Socially distanced venue seating. Hand sanitizer and hand washing stations provided.
Event DetailsPhone: 322.1538
Admission: Ticketed $15 per Pod (Max 4 people) - Purchase Tickets
More Info: artown.org
Washoe County's Rancho San Rafael Regional Park
1595 N. Sierra St.
Reno, NV 89503
|July 31||7:30pm - 9pm|
|Gate/Door Time: 6pm|