COUNTRY THUNDER ARIZONA HEATS UP ITS 2023 LINEUP WITH BAILEY ZIMMERMAN, MIDLAND, AND MORE!
Following its massive lineup announcement earlier this fall, Country Thunder Arizona is adding an exciting list of artists, including red hot Bailey Zimmerman, to its April 2023 roster at Canyon Moon Ranch in Florence. Zimmerman joins previously announced headliners Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Cody Johnson, and Jon Pardi.
Joining Zimmerman is a stellar list of country favorites including Texas trio Midland, as well as hot newcomers Jackson Dean, Chase Matthew, Mackenzie Carpenter, John Morgan, & Josh Ross.
Establishing himself as one of music’s most exciting new voices, Zimmerman has arrived at the cusp of superstardom with the 2022 release of his debut EP, Leave The Light On – the biggest streaming country debut of all time and the most-streamed all-genre debut of the year. A young artist with the rasp of a seasoned rocker and the heart of a sensitive songwriter, Zimmerman strikes a sweet spot between timeless American country, rafter-rattling arena rock, and the kind of authentic storytelling that tugs at the heartstrings with a sense of humor and a whole lot of soul. It’s why in just one year’s time, he’s already logged more than one billion global streams, has earned his first No. 1 hit, and a pair of Platinum singles.
The four-day lineup also includes Ashley McBryde, Parker McCollum, Kip Moore, Parmalee, Lonestar, Tracy Byrd, Nate Smith, Randall King, Shane Profitt, Hailey Whitters, & The Reklaws, with more to be announced yet!
Country Thunder Arizona returns next April 13th to 16th, 2023. Platinum Experience passes, as well as Weekend General Admission, Glamping, and all the extras are available by visiting countrythunder.com. Order by phone at 1-866-388-0007.
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Country Thunder Music Festivals has a 19-year history which boasts five other major, multi-day events in North America. The organization also hosts festivals in Saskatchewan, Wisconsin, Alberta, Florida and Bristol, Tennessee.