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For tourists planning a trip to Reno in Nevada, July is the perfect time to visit. Throughout the month, the city hosts its annual Artown festival, a celebration of arts and culture that attracts thousands of people each year.
The festival consists of a variety of performances, exhibitions and cultural events, many of which have no entrance fee. In recent years it has attracted big names such as Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Mikhail Baryshnikov as well as many more local acts, making this a great opportunity to take in a really wide range of music.
Over four hundred events take place during the festival, so there is always going to be something to appeal to everyone. Previous years have seen acts as diverse as fire dancing troupes and didgeridoo bands, and there is always something going on for the whole family to enjoy. There are approximately eight events each day that are free to the festical-goers, meaning that this event really is open to all.
Visitors planning to attend Artown are advised by the organisers to book their transport and accommodation as early as possible, as a very large number of people will descend on Reno for the festival. The city has many options for a place to stay, no matter how much you are looking to spend, and transport links are good. The nearest airport is Reno-Tahoe, from which flights are available to major cities across the United States.