Oro Valley Music Festival 2017 - 2 DAY PASS

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Oro Valley Music Festival 2017 - 2 DAY PASS

Sat, Sep 30, 2017 - Sun, Oct 1, 2017

Doors: 12:30 pm / Show: 1:30 pm

The Golf Club At Vistoso

Tucson, AZ

$95.00 - $329.50

THIS EVENT IS RAIN OR SHINE, NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES

FOR SUNDAY ONLY CHILDREN 10 AND UNDER ARE FREE (NO TICKET REQUIRED FOR ENTRY)

ALL VIP PACKAGES INCLUDE ADMISSION TO THE SHOW (CHILDREN UNDER 10 REQUIRE VIP TICKET FOR VIP ENTRY)

THIS EVENT HAS NO RE-ENTRY

ADA ACCESSIBLE

FULL BAR WITH ID

BLANKETS AND CHAIRS WELCOME, PLEASE NO UMBRELLAS

NO COOLERS, FOOD OR DRINK ALLOWED, EXCEPT (1) SEALED BOTTLE OF WATER

WILL CALL FOR 2 DAY PASSES/VIP CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE GOLF CLUB AT VISTOSO CLUBHOUSE STARTING SEPTEMBER 1ST OR YOU CAN PICK UP AT THE BOX OFFICE DAY OF THE EVENT

Oro Valley Music Festival
Oro Valley Music Festival
Lee Brice
Lee Brice
Brothers Osborne
Brothers Osborne
American country duo
Michael Ray
Michael Ray
Michael Franti & Spearhead
Michael Franti & Spearhead
LeAnn Rimes
LeAnn Rimes
Gavin DeGraw
Gavin DeGraw
Gavin DeGraw is a multi-platinum selling singer, performer and songwriter. He first broke through with the 2003 release of his debut album, Chariot, which sold over 1 million copies, earned platinum certification, and yielded three hit singles: “I Don’t Want To Be,” “Follow Through,” and the title-track, “Chariot.” Gavin’s self-titled second album debuted at No. 1 on the digital sales chart and at No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart in 2008, earning Gavin his first Top 10 album. It spawned the hit singles “In Love With A Girl,” which Billboard dubbed “a rocking homerun,” and the gold-certified “We Belong Together.” In 2009, Gavin released Free as a gift to his die-hard fans clamoring for recorded versions of Gavin’s live favorites. His third studio album, Sweeter, was released in September 2011 and produced the smash single, “Not Over You,” co-written with OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder. The track reached #1 on the Hot AC charts, was a top 10 hit on Top 40, and was certified double platinum.  In 2013 DeGraw released his fourth studio album, Make A Move, which included the hit song “Best I Ever Had”,” and garnered rave reviews from such publications as Billboard, People and Entertainment Weekly amongst many others. In addition, Gavin was nominated for his first Grammy for “We Both Know,” the song he co-wrote with Colbie Calliat for the 2013 film, “Safe Haven.”  Since then he has been consistently touring around the world, including sold out dates with the legendary Billy Joel and hit a milestone with the release of his first greatest hits compilation titled Finest Hour in the fall of 2014.  Gavin’s fifth studio album, Something Worth Saving, released last September through his longtime label RCA Records, and featured the hit single “She Sets The City On Fire.”  DeGraw is currently on the road in the US on the Gavin DeGraw RAW TOUR, which will showcase songs from DeGraw’s entire catalogue performed as a trio for the very first time in the US and will be diving deep into his catalogue presenting his songs in their truest live form.  For more information visit www.gavindegraw.com-facebook.com/gavindegraw - twitter: @gavindegraw.
Echosmith
Echosmith
What a difference a year makes. In 12 short months, Echosmith have gone from little-known Los Angeles alt-pop gem to Warped Tour's undeniable breakout band. Basking in the glow of a summer spent playing to thousands of fans all over the country, the quartet—which consists of Sierota siblings Jamie (vocals/guitar), Sydney (vocals/keyboard), Noah (vocals/bass), and Graham (drums)—is even more excited to share their music with all the people who weren't able to see them on the annual punk-rock summer camp.
"We were super excited when we found out we'd be playing [Warped Tour]," remembers Jamie. "So many bands grow from that and come out with tons of fans." Adds Sydney, "Going into it, I was totally nervous because we were so different, style-wise and age-wise, from almost every other band and I wasn't sure if that was going to work against us, but it ended up being the exact opposite." The band was originally slated to play just the first half of the tour, but the reaction was so overwhelming, they were invited to stay until the end, which meant more people would get to hear music off the band's upcoming debut album, Talking Dreams, out Oct. 1.
The full-length was produced by Mike Elizondo (Tegan And Sara, Gary Clark Jr., Maroon 5), who also happened to sign the band to Warner Bros. along with WBR chairman and fellow producer Rob Cavallo. Though the members of Echosmith might be young, they are heavily influenced by the music they listened to growing up—which includes a lot of early-'80s New Wave—and can be heard on songs like "Come With Me" and "The Safest Place."
The band's new album might not be out until fall, but if you go to any Echosmith show, in the meantime, you'll already hear the audience singing right along. In June, Echosmith released a 3-song Summer Sampler, featuring tracks from the LP, including fan favorites like "Come Together," "Cool Kids" and the debut's title track, the video for which was directed by famed actress Clea DuVall (Argo, American Horror Story).

"I remember the first time it happened [on Warped], it seemed so weird to me," remembers Sydney. "I'd get the chills every time—even though it was 110 degrees. It's just so cool to see other people as passionate about the band as we are."
With a blend of style and substance, it's no wonder Echosmith is connecting with both critics and fans. Alternative Press named them as one of the "100 Bands You Need To Know in 2013," MTV declared them a "Buzzworthy Obsession" and Seventeen called Sydney's voice "stunning." Plus, after seeing the band's electric live show, recent converts are constantly tweeting glowing endorsements like "I listened to @echosmith for four hours straight in the car yesterday" and "I am so freaking excited for the @echosmith new album!!! #cantwait."
One song that seems to get the loudest crowd response is "Cool Kids," a dreamy Smiths-esque strut that encourages people embrace our differences because that's actually what makes each and every one of us cool. With lyrics like, "I wish that I could be like the cool kids / 'Cause all the cool kids seem to fit in," it's no wonder fans of all ages are relating to the sentiment. Echosmith's "in crowd" of outsiders is sure to grow when the band hits the road for more tourdates this fall. So what's it like for them to look out on-stage and see a sea of smiling young faces staring back? "I think it's really cool to be the same age as our fans," explains Sydney, "because when we meet each other and start talking, it's like we're friends already."
Brooke Eden
Brooke Eden
Jana Kramer
Jana Kramer
Just ask Jana Kramer and she'll tell you she’s: “Just getting started.”And it’s that drive and love for music that has been the driving force behind her career. After all, in just a little over three years, she has become one of country music's brightest new stars. Her platinum debut single, "Why Ya Wanna," rocketed to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 2012 making her the most played new artist of that year. Her self-titled debut album hit No. 5. In 2013, the Academy of Country Music honored her with its Top New Female Artist Award, and this year she’s up for her first Female Vocalist of the Year award.That's a lot to have accomplished in just a little time. And Kramer is grateful for the success that has come her way. ”I still have a lot to prove,” she insists. "I'm better at what I'm doing than I ever was before. And I'm not going anywhere." Kramer, you see, was already a star when she broke into country music, with a massive fan base she had built as an actress in numerous films and TV shows.What few knew was that long before reciting her first scripted line, Kramer was a passionate lover of country music. In fact, she ended her high-profile, two-year run on The CW's "One Tree Hill" to focus on her singing, songwriting and onstage performance.Her bona fides were confirmed on Jana Kramer. "But that first album was an introduction," she explains. "This new one, is my baby album. Not that I don't love the first one, but the second album really represents who I am and where I've been throughout all of my life."That's clear from top to bottom, from the pulsing beat and affirmative message of the opener, "Boomerang," to the aptly titled "Last Song," a wistful but resolute farewell to a lost love.Strength, sass and sensitivity, romance, regret and maybe a bit of revenge -- a rainbow of emotions illuminates thirty one. Whether she's playfully laying out her boundaries to a prospective boyfriend on "Don't Touch My Radio" or savoring the innocence of romance on "Love," it's tempting to ascribe Kramer's insightful way with a lyric to her history of inhabiting roles as an actress. But once again, she is quick to point out, it's the music that came first and continues to define who she is. In October of 2015, thirty one debuted with career-best sales numbers, landing in the Top 10 of the all-genre Billboard 200 albums chart and at No. 3 on the Country Albums chart. 
"The only way that acting helps me with music is in my videos," she says. "Because these songs are so real to me, that's why I feel them so deeply. Acting is as real as it can be, but music is so personal. It's my life."That's especially true on thirty one, where Kramer shows she can craft a narrative and a compelling melody as well as anyone in her genre. "When I first got to Nashville, I was so shy and timid, knowing that I was writing songs with people who had written a million Number Ones," she admits. "But then I realized I have stories to tell too. So I came into the new album knowing exactly what I wanted to write -- and it had to be 100 percent about my life."If anything, Kramer admits, this means being even more country than much of what defines that genre these days. "I didn't want to follow what other people are doing," she says. "Of course, I love a lot of what I hear on country radio. But I definitely feel that Scott and I did a great job of bringing in elements of today's sound while keeping that country element I identify with too."Producer Scott Hendricks and Kramer had worked together on her first album. Each harbors respect for the other; both also have clear ideas of what they feel works best in the studio. That meant that as they regrouped for thirty one a bit of constructive head-butting would be inevitable.I wanted to make sure there were banjos and steel on the album because that's the stuff I grew up on. So we argued a little bit on a few songs. I really fought him on certain songs. I wanted us to challenge each other, because I know that Scott is such an amazing producer. And in the end, it was magic."The results testify to Kramer's authenticity as a singer with sturdy country roots and a rare gift for communicating through song. On “Bullet” she asserts her personality and drives the song home, delivering the title with an innovative stuttering enunciation and attitude-drenched drawl. ("It's a very empowering song for women, a way of saying 'I dodged a bullet' without calling the guy a jerk," she reveals, with a deep-throated laugh.)And, yes, thirty one is a monument to her determination not to back down when it comes to being true to herself -- and to her growing legion of true believers."I've been through a lot in my life, and I feel like country music saved me in a lot of ways," she states. "I think about Martina McBride's 'A Broken Wing,' which helped me get through a rough time. And I grew up listening to old-school country music. My grandma's favorite was Patsy Cline; she still has the same cassette tape and cassette player in her kitchen, where we liked to make cookies together.
"Do you want to know why I do this?" she sums up. "I'm giving back. That's what I love most about being on this platform that I have. I want to give that back to people. This was never just a hobby for me. I've always wanted to share my story and help change people's lives. That's how much this music means to me."Although by her own account she may be “just getting started”, Jana Kramer’s new album is proof she’s here to stay
The Rich Berra Band
The Rich Berra Band
Kaylor Cox
Kaylor Cox
Venue Information:
The Golf Club At Vistoso
955 W Vistoso Highlands Dr
Tucson, AZ, 85755
http://www.vistosogc.com/