500 S. Grand Central Parkway
The Clark County Amphitheatre is conveniently located off two main freeways and can be host to your next festival or community event.
Under the gaze of canyon rock and the prickly pear facade, the outdoor Amphitheater is operated by the Clark County Department of Parks and Recreation. It is home to some of the Valley’s best live performances, including the annual free Jazz in the Park series, fall Moonlight Concerts, the Reggae in the Desert Music and Cultural Festival. The Amphitheater is also available for rental by groups and businesses for events such as cultural festivals, theatrical performances, and other community based functions.
Clark County Amphitheatre
Two large parking areas next to the area can easily accommodate 1,300 vehicles for event guests. A circular load in driveway for vendors is adjacent to the gently sloping grass area tiered by ADA accessible concrete walkways with security lighting. Lawn seating for 3,000 on three levels surround a 50′ diameter concrete stage. Two comfortable sitting rooms are located behind the stage for performers and staff. The top level is a covered concrete area that can accommodate approximately 50 vendors and provides standard electrical outlets throughout.
Let the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater be the site of your next concert, festival or fair. For more information, visit the Clark County website.
Clark County Parks and Recreation
Clark County Parks and Recreation was organized by the Board of County Commissioners in 1963 with the charge to assess the recreational needs of the community. With more than 50 years of service in the rear view mirror and 300 days of sunshine annually, Clark County Parks and Recreation remains a vibrant organization working to identify and provide for the recreational experiences of residents and visitors alike. Clark County Parks and Recreation is home to a host of indoor and outdoor activities.