The four-day Country Thunder music festival will return to the town of Florence, Ariz., in 2015 with an all-star lineup. Over the weekend of April 9-12, fans attending this country music festival will have the chance to see big-name acts like Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Big and Rich, and Brett Eldredge headline at the Country Thunder Arizona grounds, along with supporting performances from Joe Nichols, Dustin Lynch, Love and Theft, Maddie and Tae, the Swon Brothers, and many more.
Country Thunder Arizona Ticket Information
All listings featured on this page are four-day Country Thunder tickets for the Arizona festival. There are three unique four-day options. First, there are general admission passes that give fans access to the lawn within the concert bowl. There are also reserved seating four-day passes within the concert bowl's Sections A-D. Note that Sections B and C stand in the center of the venue. Finally, there are VIP passes available for the full weekend. These special admission VIP passes typically include reserved seats in the first few rows of Sections A-D, catered lunch and dinner, and discounted beverages for the duration of the weekend.
Country Thunder Arizona General Information
Prohibited items inside the concert bowl at Country Thunder 2015 include musical instruments, CamelBaks, outside food and drink, tents, flags, audio-video recording devices, professional cameras, pets, coolers, umbrellas, canopied chairs, and Chinese lanterns. Attendees will be allowed to bring medium-sized backpacks, sunscreen, beach towels, and non-professional cameras to the festival. Each attendee is also permitted to carry one factory-sealed bottle of water inside the festival gates.
Country Thunder Arizona Parking Information
Single-day and weekend parking is available for Country Thunder 2015. Note that the single-day parking passes can only be purchased on site each day, but full-weekend passes may be secured in advance.
Country Thunder Arizona Camping Information
To stay on site at the Country Thunder Arizona campgrounds, attendees must purchase an advance camping pass. There are a variety of passes, but each camping pass allows you to bring one tent (or alternate sleeping quarters) and two motorized vehicles under 34 feet. Everyone entering the campsite must have a four-day festival pass, and each campsite must be registered to an adult that's at least 18 years old. You're allowed to have charcoal, gas, or propane BBQs at your campground, but wood-burning fires, glass bottles, bikes, skateboards, and roller blades are prohibited.
Country Thunder Arizona Gate Times
Gates to the campground open on Wednesday, April 8 at 9 a.m. local time. Note that the gates close at 10 p.m. and will not be opened under any circumstances until the next morning, so it's crucial to arrive on time. The festival bowl gates open at 2 p.m. on Thursday and 1 p.m. every other day of the fest.
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