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(Florence, AZ)   December 10, 2009 – One of country music’s premier festival events—Country Thunder USA—is back in 2010 with the promise of kicking up more serious dust than a cattle drive headed west.
The outdoor staging held onsite at the sprawling Canyon Moon Ranch, in Florence, Arizona, has rightfully earned its reputation as one of the nation’s top music/onsite camping multi-day events. Music fans that come to party hardy can cowboy-up for a full 4-day general admission pass for $99.00 –with passes now on sale.   One day event tickets will also be available closer to the event. VIP and sponsorship packages are also available with added perks of hospitality tent access, preferred parking, and premium concert seating.   Organizers encourage early bird tickets as the event is expected to sell-out.
This year’s edition of Country Thunder was moved by the event’s planning team to the April 14th-17th time slot to avoid a head-on collision with the NASCAR Race Weekend in Phoenix. Country music and race fans can now have the double bonus of accessing both events, with the additional premium of Country Thunder’s presentation of their strongest talent line-up to date.
The announced line-up includes:
Wednesday, April 14th

Kick-off Party in the “Moon Saloon”
Music begins at 6:30 pm
The Grascals
Eric Church
Neal McCoy
Thursday, April 15th – 

Music begins at 2:00 pm
Collin Raye
JoDee Messina
Williams & Ree
Gary Allan
Miranda Lambert
Friday, April 16th – 

Music begins at 1:00 pm
Love & Theft
Trailor Choir
Randy Houser
Big Kenny
Williams & Ree
Kevin Costner & Modern West
Keith Urban
Saturday, April 17th – 

Music begins at 1:00 pm
Jason Jones
Luke Bryan
Williams & Ree
Willie Nelson
Kid Rock
For the thousands of new and retuning fans of Country Thunder, tent and campsites will again this year be available at Canyon Moon Ranch on several levels of onsite locations—from primitive rugged to rustic and modern amenities.


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