OUTDOOR CONCERT: Blue water highway at ArrowCreek



Harvard and Ivy+ alumni are invited to join us for an outdoor musical performance by the band, Blue Water Highway, at ArrowCreek on Sunday, June 2 at 6pm.  Local performer Greg Gilmore will be opening the concert.

The band’s core consists of childhood friends Zack Kibodeaux and Greg Essington, who named the group after their coastal hometown highway that runs from the mouth of the Brazos River to Galveston, TX.  Over a decade of national and international touring—from headlining shows to tours with Bob Seger, Reckless Kelly, Shane Smith and the Saints, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Johnny Lang, and Turnpike Troubadours–they’ve made four full-length albums of original music. Blending modern and traditional sounds to create something timeless and familiar, yet fresh and unique, comparisons have been made to artists such as The Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, and Counting Crows.  You can check out some of their songs on YouTube:

High Cotton

Speakin' of the Devil

Medicine Man

This is a private show with all ArrowCreek residents and Club Members invited to attend.  Harvard Club and Ivy+ alumni who attend are guests of Ford Goodman (Harvard Club and Club at ArrowCreek member and Founding Donor of For The Song).  

This event is part of the For the Song Charitable Fund series of events bringing community members together to support the arts and bringing critically acclaimed 'up and coming' artists to Northern Nevada.

Event location:


The Club at ArrowCreek's Grand Lawn

2905 Arrowcreek Parkway

Reno, NV 89511

Date: Sunday, June 2, 2024

Time: 6pm

Standard Donation: $20 per person

Supporting Donation: $100

100% of donations go directly to the artists

You are welcome to bring food and non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy.  There will be cash bars available.



Note: Kids welcome, no donation required for those 12 and under.