Thunder Valley Concerts

“The Venue” in Lincoln, Calif.

Lincoln, Calif. – “The Venue” at Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln continue to add to its upcoming list of shows.

The new year-round entertainment facility opened in 2023. October 1, 2022 marked the final show for Thunder Valley’s Outdoor Concert series with a performance from Sammy Hagar.

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2023 The Venue at Thunder Valley Concert Schedule

  • June 9: Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band
  • June 8: Kevin Hart
  • June 10: Tesla with Buckcherry
  • June 16: Brothers Osborne with Caylee Hammack
  • June 23: Johnny Mathis: The Voice of Romance Tour
  • June 24: Vat Nang Tinh He—Vietnamese Concert
  • June 30: Bill Burr Live
  • July 7: George Benson & Boney James with Lalah Hathaway
  • July 8: Russell Peters
  • July 14: Diana Krall
  • July 21: Maxwell with Special Guest
  • July 22: Legends of Motown Super Tribute Show
  • July 27: Pitbull
  • July 28: Blues Traveler and Big Head Todd & The Monsters
  • July 29: Styx with Starship featuring Mickey Thomas
  • August 5: Buddy Guy with Ally Venable
  • Aug 12: Peter Frampton
  • Aug 18: Jerry Seinfeld
  • Sept 1: Aloe Blacc with Allen Stone & Eric Bellinger
  • Sept 3: Rewind Fest-80’s
  • Sept 8: Counting Crows: Banshee Season Tour
  • Sept 29: Jethro Tull
  • Oct 28: Air Supply & Wilson Phillips
  • October 13: Kenny Loggins with Richard Marx
  • Oct 21: Ne-Yo with Robin Thicke & Mario

4,500 capacity

The Venue has 4,500 seats hosts musical acts, comedic performances, and sporting events all year long. It also provides large event space for conferences and banquets.

The Venue’s facilities have been designed with a vision that is both modern and sophisticated and will feature multi-level spaces and amenities, cutting edge sound and video systems, abundant concessions offering food, beer, and wine, and much more.

Year-round events

“Our new innovative entertainment venue is unlike anything in this region, and the United Auburn Indian Community is thrilled to see Thunder Valley remain as Northern California’s premier entertainment destination,” said Gene Whitehouse, Chairman of the United Auburn Indian Community. “With the opening of The Venue, we will now be able to host events inside year-round, and we look forward to continuing to present big-name performers.” 

The $100 million venue was constructed by McCarthy Building Companies and OTJ Architects. 

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