PHOENIX — *EDITOR'S NOTE: The video above is from November 2019*
Country music fans, get excited! Country Thunder announced Tuesday that the four-day festival in Florence has been rescheduled for Halloween Weekend 2020.
The annual festival, which normally takes place in April, was postponed last week due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but today, organizers said it will take place on October 29 through November 1.
“You always look forward to getting back to the desert,” Country Thunder CEO, Troy Vollhoffer, said in a press release. “Arizona is an annual highlight for the entire Thunder team, and I think this year will be even more special."
The four headliners that were announced last November re-confirmed that they will play Halloween weekend.
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Kane Brown will play Thursday night, followed by Eric Church on Friday, Dustin Lynch on Saturday and Luke Combs on Sunday.
A full artist schedule will be released later this week.
Country Thunder says any single-day tickets that were purchased will be honored for the headliner they were purchased for.
If you want to buy four-day general admission passes, reserved seats, Platinum tickets, single-day tickets or make reservations for camping or glamping, you can find all of that information on countrythunder.com.
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