Four rock n’ roll icons. An impromptu jam session. One unforgettable night. Million Dollar Quartet imagines the now-legendary 1956 recording session of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis. Featuring a score of your favorite rock hits including “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Walk the Line,” and “Hound Dog,” played by the actors onstage, Million Dollar Quartet is a scorching show packed with red-hot talent. Don’t miss your chance to be a fly on the wall of fame!
And anyone who's ever been to Country Thunder would expect no less from the biggest four-day country-music blowout the state has to offer. This year's lineup is topped by Toby Keith, Cole Swindell, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan. But there are plenty of other reasons you might want to come in from the campsite while the sun is out, from Lukas Nelson to Runaway June.
This year's theme — "United We Stand: Equality for All" — aims to offer an umbrella of inclusivity, unity and diversity for the busy weekend that will feature more than 150 entertainment performances and hundreds of vendors.
If you like music, head to Maricopa on Saturday. About two dozen performers will take their acts to two stages at Copper Sky Recreation Complex.
Music will cover such genres as hip hop, R&B, pop, rock, indie, reggae and jazz. Performers include Jimi Hendrix Review By Derrick Cummings, Lighthouse Band, The Sink or Swim and AlmostBlu Band, just to name a few. The show will include a DJ booth, three screens for audience viewing and a VIP lounge.
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