iHeartMedia Tucson’s My 92.9 and 97.1 The Bull just announced the full lineup for the 3rd annual Oro Valley Music Festival and it is incredible! The 2-day music festival is held at the Golf Club at Vistoso in Oro Valley. Located between the Tortolita and Santa Catalina Mountains, this festival combines music and gorgeous mountain views.
This year’s lineup was revealed May 17th on both stations. The suspense was unreal, but worth it. The Oro Valley Music Festival will start Saturday with local country artist Kaylor Cox. Who has opened for national touring artist Kane Brown and opened last year’s Oro Valley Music Fest.
Next on the line-up is Florida native Brooke Eden. Brooke Eden was named Amazon’s “Artist to Watch in 2017.” Eden’s already had success with the song “Daddy’s Money” and her new single, “Act Like You Don’t.” Eden is sweet, but fierce on stage. Definitely worthy of showing up early to catch her perform.
Michael Ray is one of country music’s hottest artists. Michael Ray is known for his breakout No. 1 song “Kiss You In The Morning.” He also scored his second No. 1 song with “Think A Little Less. He is guaranteed to bring the crowd. Next up, Alabama native Drake White. Who is “Livin’ The Dream” and turning heads in Nashville. White is a mix of country, blues, and rock & roll. His live shows are coined as “must see.”
This next act recently took home Vocal Duo of the Year at the 2017 ACM Awards. Brothers Osborne are by far one of the hottest duos in country music. Brothers T.J. and John are putting blues and southern rock back into country. This style is evident in their album “Pawn Shop.” Brothers Osborne have made their presence known with hit songs “Stay a Little Longer” “21 Summer” and “It Ain’t My Fault.” The perfect duo to open for Saturday night’s headliner.
Drum roll… 97.1 The Bull is bringing Lee Brice to Headline the Oro Valley Music Festival. If you’ve ever seen Brice in concert, you know he is bound to bring the “Drinking Class.” Brice has an endless list of hit songs. Mostly known for “I Drive Your Truck,” “Parking Lot Party,” “Love Like Crazy,” and “Hard to Love.” While Brice has party songs, he also has songs that tug at the heartstrings. On stage, you can feel his raw emotion. Brice will have you putting your beer in the air one second and slow dancing the next. Don’t miss this year’s festival. It’s going to be EPIC!
Sunday’s line-up includes Rich Berra Band, Echosmith, Leann Rimes, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Gavin Degraw, and headliner Train.
There will be a limited number of tickets available for pre-sale on May 18th starting at 10 a.m. Tickets will go on sale to the general public May 20th at 10 a.m. A portion of the proceeds benefit Shine on Tucson and the Boys and Girls Club of Tucson.
Saturday General Admission tickets $49.50, VIP tickets $97.10. Sunday General Admission tickets $49.50, VIP tickets $97.10. Travis Mathew “Awesome” Saturday and Sunday VIP tickets $199.50 each day.
Saturday General Admission tickets $59.50. Sunday General Admission tickets $59.50. Two Day General Admission pass $89.50.
For more information, visit www.orovalleymusicfestival.com