What Kind of Country Thunder Tickets Do You Need?

Country Thunder is set to give a stormy performance in Florence, Arizona on April 7 – 10, 2011. If you haven’t gotten your Country Thunder tickets yet, purchase now if you want to enjoy discounts. Make sure you snap up the last remaining available camp sites since they’re fast disappearing as well.

How Much Do They Cost?

Four-day passes for the event are priced at $140. Single-day passes are now available and may be purchased on the website. Just remember that these passes don’t include parking and/or camping. You’ll have to buy separate tickets for both.

Types of Country Thunder Tickets

There are basically four kinds of Country Thunder tickets being sold for every event and you may have to purchase more than one of them, depending on your needs.

General Admission Tickets – Consider this as the equivalent to lawn seating for the event. You can purchase a single-day ticket, a weekend pass, or a four-day pass that would serve as your admission for the entire event.

Parking Passes – You can purchase a parking pass for the weekend, and this would give you parking space during daytime. If you’re interested in purchasing a parking pass for a single date, you’ll have to purchase them on site during event dates.

What Kind of Country Thunder Tickets Do You Need?

What Kind of Country Thunder Tickets Do You Need?

Renewal Passes – You can renew your lease of the exact campsite you’ve reserved for the 2012 festival on April 23 – 24. Operating hours for both dates will be from 11:00AM to 9:00PM. Please be reminded that only cash and major credit card payments are accepted. VIP and reserved seating passes may also be renewed the week after the festival dates.

VIP Passes – Get the best seats in the house with VIP passes. Having a VIP pass will also provide you with exclusive access to the VIP lounge, where catered lunches and dinners are offered. You’re also entitled to enjoy discounted drinks from the VIP par and have priority and reserved parking as well as an exclusive entrance way to the concert venue.

Hopefully, you will be at Country Thunder this year!

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Charles & Dianne Hetland September 23, 2012 at 7:17 pm

This looks like something we would be interested in since we winter in Mesa, AZ. I see 2011 and 2012 mentioned but nowhere does it seem to elude to a 2013 festival.

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