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Bill Cosby, Diana Ross added to Thunder Valley Concerts

LINCOLN - Thunder Valley Casino Resort is proud to announce that Diana Ross and Bill Cosby have been added as the newest acts to its much-anticipated Summer Concert Series lineup. While tickets for Diana Ross (September 27) are currently on sale and going fast, guests will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to see Bill Cosby (September 6) beginning Friday, June 20.  

The Summer Concert Series officially kicked off earlier this month with performances by Rick Springfield, Loverboy, George Lopez and more. The next performance by Gregg Allman with Leon Russell and Blackwater is scheduled to take place Saturday, June 28 at 6:30 p.m.  

"We are proud to be able to offer our guests the opportunity to enjoy unforgettable evenings of music and comedy under the stars in our Outdoor Amphitheater," said Dawn Clayton, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "While this year's entertainment lineup is almost complete, we still have two more acts to unveil that are sure to create excitement."  

Thunder Valley is once again partnering with Sacramento Mobile Food for this year's concert series. On the evening of each Summer Concert Series act, Sacramento Mobile Food will invite up to four featured food truck vendors to sell specialty food offerings at Thunder Valley. Food trucks will open two hours before each scheduled concert. 

Thunder Valley's Summer Concert Series will run through September and conclude with a performance by award-winning American singer, actress and record producer Diana Ross.  

Tickets can be purchased online at or at the Thunder Valley Ticket Sales Office daily from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Thunder Valley's Summer Concert Series Lineup includes: 

  • Gregg Allman with Leon Russell           June 28        
  • Alabama                                              July 12              
  • Larry the Cable Guy                             July 18                    
  • Replay America Tour: The Go-Go's and More                  July 19
  • That Metal Show Presents                      July 25
  • George Benson & Chris Botti                 July 26
  • New Edition                                           August 1
  • Deep Purple with Blue Oyster Cult          August 8
  • Creedence Clearwater Revisited with 38 Special  -  August 9
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd                                           August 15      
  • Yes                                                              August 23                  
  • Charlie Wilson with Brian McKnight             August 29
  • 80's Rewind Music Fest 2014                       August 31
  • Foreigner with Grand Funk Railroad              September 5
  • Bill Cosby                                                     September 6
  • Big Block Party with Morris Day, Guy and More -  September 13
  • Martina McBride: The Everlasting Tour          September 19
  • Diana Ross                                                    September 27 

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