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Thunder Rumbles In Arizona

02:01 PM Tuesday 12/15/09 | |

While folks in Wisconsin will have to wait until July to get their country on, thunder comes much earlier to the southwest. Country Thunder USA that is.

The four-day Arizona Country Thunder, which will take place April 14-17, returns to the sprawling Canyon Moon Ranch in Florence, where fans can camp out and soak up some prime music.

Acts confirmed so far include Willie Nelson, Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Kevin Costner & Modern West, Miranda Lambert, Gary Allan, Collin Raye, Jo Dee Messina, Williams & Ree, Love & Theft, Trailor Choir, Randy Houser, Big Kenny, Jason Jones, Gloriana and Luke Bryan.

Four-day, general admission passes, priced at an unbelievably low $99, are available now, with one-day tickets going on sale closer to the event.

VIP and sponsorship packages are also available and feature hospitality tent access, preferred parking and premium seating.

Fans who want to set up camp and experience the full effect of the festival, can take advantage of campsites that range from primitive rugged (which usually means outhouses) to rustic with modern amenities (showers!).

Complete details on tickets and camping accommodations, as well as updated info on the Arizona Country Thunder lineup, are available at CountryThunder.com.

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