Oro Valley Music Festival Tickets
Oro Valley Music Festival tickets
Oro Valley isn't the conventional music festival -- it combines live music with fundraising to promote local good causes. Featuring an eclectic mix of country and rock music, this family-friendly event donates a portion of ticket sales to two Arizona-based charities: Shine On Tucson and The Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson. Oro Valley Music Festival tickets are popular with music lovers who want a festival with a conscience.
Oro Valley Music Festival background
Oro Valley Music Festival was first held in 2015 as a one-day pop-rock festival. Since then, the festival has expanded into a two-day event, attracting some of the world's country and rock artists.
The annual festival takes place at the Golf Club at Vistoso, a luxury golf course nestled between the Tortolita and Santa Catalina mountains. Ticket holders can make the 18.5-mile journey from downtown Tucson to the venue. Alternatively, Tucson International Airport is just 27 miles away -- perfect for visitors flying into "Old Pueblo" for the event.
Oro Valley Music Festival history
Parachute were among the headliners at the inaugural Oro Valley Music Festival. The pop-rock band took the stage and played some of their biggest hits to a packed-out crowd, including songs from their 2013 album Overnight, which reached No. 15 on the Billboard 200. Plain White T's also attended the event and performed their signature songs, including "Hey There, Delilah," "Rhythm of Love" and "Our Time Now." Matt Nathanson, American Authors and NEEDTOBREATHE completed the line-up.
One year later, Oro Valley Music Festival returned. This time around, country music superstar Lee Brice headlined the first night of the event. Brice has released three studio albums since he debuted on the country music scene. His third release, 2014's I Don't Dance, peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums Chart and No. 5 on the Billboard 200. The album spawned three top 20 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart: "I Don't Dance," "Drinking Class" and "That Don't Sound Like You."
Train headlined the second night of the 2016 event. The pop-rock group have released 10 studio albums and sold millions of records worldwide. "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)," "Meet Virginia," "Hey, Soul Sister," "Drive By" and "50 Ways to Say Goodbye" are among the band's signature songs. Train's sophomore album, 2001's Drops of Jupiter, peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 and went double platinum in the United States. Echosmith, Brooke Eden and LeAnn Rimes also made an appearance at the 2016 Oro Valley Music Festival.
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