CORNING, Calif. - The North State now has another venue for live music and performances.
The Rolling Hills Casino held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new amphitheater Sunday.
The casino kicked off its first concert season with music by the band "War" and comedian, Paul Rodriguez.
The outdoor area seats 3,000 people right now but the casino is planning on expanding and hopes to eventually seat 10,000.
The next concert planned for the new amphitheater is Dwight Yoakam, a Grammy-award winning bluegrass artist.
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