Country Thunder Arizona has been Rescheduled
Country Thunder Music Festivals has made the difficult decision to postpone Country Thunder Arizona due to the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic. At this unprecedented time, everyone at Country Thunder Music Festival remains concerned about our many loyal fans and hopes that everyone and their families stay safe through this crisis.
The final decision came down following Thursday afternoon's announcement from Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, which bans gatherings of more than 50 people in six counties including Pinal County.
"We look forward to finalizing new dates and getting back to the desert later in the fall," says Country Thunder CEO, Troy Vollhoffer. "The fans in Arizona have been with us from day-one and we are incredibly grateful for their support as we work through the logistics of rescheduling.
"A great festival begins and ends with fans safety, and the comfort of patrons who attend our events. It's our mission to prove that good things will come to those who wait just a little longer."
All tickets and camping options will, of course, be honored for the rescheduled dates. Country Thunder Music Festivals would like to thank its fans, corporate partners and media sponsors for their unparalleled support - we look forward to seeing you all this fall.