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This place is so much fun and so affordable. The plays are good but even if you don't like musicals it's just so fun to go and enjoy the night out under the stars. You can bring anything you want - wine, food, whatever -...More
Each summer we enjoy the best of broadway presentations in this outdoor amphitheater nested in Las Vegas’ red rock country. We bring a picnic and blanket, although chairs are available for rent. Parking is a snap and refreshments can be purchased at reasonable prices. Great...More
We went out to ‘She Loves Me’ and it was fabulous - great performance, great location, great vendors (but you can take your own picnic). Tagged this into the tourist route through Red Rock Canyon which was well worth while.
The temperature here is at least 20 degrees cooler here than 15 minutes away in Las Vegas. Bring your picnic to eat in the meadow before enjoying a good play on stage. You ne d to buy tickets early since they sell out fast. Bring...More
My friends and I saw the most wonderful production this afternoon! It was a Broadway musical montage with 5 of the most professional singers I have heard in a long time. I go to a lot of productions at the Smith Center, and honestly I...More
We saw Man of LaMancha first time experience for the out door theater at Spring Mountain Ranch I do recommend that you arrive early to get a seat up front- bring your own chairs or rent a plastic chair for a $1 if you see...More
Traveled to Spring Mountain Ranch State Park to attend a performance of The Man of LaMache and LOVED IT!!!! The facility is a few minute drive outside of Las Vegas. Parking was free with the ticket, which was reasonably priced at $15 purchased before the...More
The gates open at 6p. The play starts at dark -- It should be 7:30 or 8p --- it leaves plenty of time to find a place to sit, have a snack, walk around and see the Spring Mountain Ranch (once owned by Howard Hughes) and... More
The gates open at 6p. The play starts at dark -- It should be 7:30 or 8p --- it leaves plenty of time to find a place to sit, have a snack, walk around and see the Spring Mountain Ranch (once owned by Howard Hughes) and check out the wild burros. As seating is first-come first-served, the earlier the better -- though the whole outdoor area has great acoustics and any seat good. Bring your own beach chair or blanket or rent a plastic chair on site. The weather has cooled and it's at the base of the mountains -- so bring a blanket or sweater. A lovely place to spend an evening.