I’m most interested in the Field General Admissions tickets, which are $34.75 (tax included). They also have General Admission Bowl Seating (stadium seating) for $29.75 and Pit General Admission (directly across from stage) for $45.25.
Gates open at 5:00 PM.
Independence Day Music Festival: Phillip Phillips
▪ Where you’ve seen Phillip Phillips: he was the champion of American Idol’s 11th season
▪ What you’ve heard from him: “Home,” which debuted in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and has since been certified quadruple platinum
▪ Songs you might hear live: his original “Man on the Moon,” “Gone, Gone, Gone,” or a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”
▪ Age he started making music: 14
▪ His voice: throaty and rich
▪ His face: chiseled to perfection by countless blown kisses
▪ His latest album: Behind the Light
▪ Bluesy rockers joining him: Sara Robinson and the Midnight Special
▪ Indie rockers joining him: The Senators
▪ Following in Phillip Phillips’ footsteps footsteps: young singer-songwriter Matt Kahler
▪ What the festival promises: “the largest fireworks show in the valley!”
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick: (http://saltriverfields.com/Events.aspx)
Amid the smell of blooming hyacinths and the colorful ensigns of freshly emerged butterflies, one need only turn to Salt River Fields at Talking Stick for proof of an encroaching spring. As the spring-training grounds for both the Colorado Rockies and the Arizona Diamondbacks, the park—named as an homage to the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community—sports 12 baseball diamonds, giving fans ample opportunity to watch the action and practice voicing play-by-plays of groundskeepers mowing the adjacent fields. In addition to spring-training bouts, Salt River Fields also hosts numerous special events, such as arts festivals and charity sports events.