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“Outdoor Nevada” Returns for Third Season

Host John Burke takes viewers on the ultimate road trip across Nevada

Vegas PBS announced today that a new season of “Outdoor Nevada” will premiere on Wednesday, June 13 at 7:30 p.m. on Vegas PBS Channel 10. To celebrate the new season, Vegas PBS will hold a launch party on Thursday, June 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Jaguar Land Rover Las Vegas, 5255 W. Sahara Ave. Tickets to the launch party are $60 per person.

On the third season of “Outdoor Nevada,” host John Burke takes viewers on experiences ranging from the extreme to the serene and everything in-between in 10 brand-new episodes. John meets with locals and experts, discovering what makes Nevada so unique and fascinating. Viewers will follow John as he takes a hike on Lake Tahoe, tries his hand at archery, jumps off the Stratosphere, explores Nevada’s atomic history and much more.

The Season 3 launch party will include a meet and greet with special guests including John Burke. Attendees will watch a sneak preview of Season 3. Hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine will be served. With their $60 donation, attendees also become members of Vegas PBS with many benefits including access to the streaming service Vegas PBS Passport.

“Viewers are going to love the latest season of ‘Outdoor Nevada,’” said Vegas PBS General Manager Tom Axtell. “With John as their guide, they will discover new locations, learn about well-known Nevadan landmarks and explore little-known corners of the state.”

About Vegas PBS
Dedicated to enriching lives in Southern Nevada, Vegas PBS uses television and other technologies to educate and empower individuals and to amplify the effectiveness of community organizations.

Vegas PBS Channel 10 is one of America’s most-watched PBS stations and offers five unique secondary channels: Create, VEGAS PBS KIDS, Worldview, Rewind and Jackpot! Vegas PBS also collaborates with strategic partners to create content that examines current and historic regional issues.

Vegas PBS provides outreach programs to assist students of any age, from childhood through adulthood; professional development services for teachers; online adult job training and education courses; career services and resources for veterans; literacy and health workshops for families; educational materials for the deaf, hard of hearing, blind or vision impaired; and 24/7 online access to content via an array of devices and media.

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