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Ak-Chin Pavilion Country Music Schedule

CLN presents the Ak-Chin Pavilion Country Music Schedule. View details on your favorite country artist, location and dates with an interactive event design.

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Cowboy Lifestyle Network presents the Ak-Chin Pavilion Country Music Schedule. With CLN’s interactive event schedule, you can find details about your favorite country artist, dates they are playing, along with an interactive map that will lead you directly to the Ak-Chin Pavilion. Also, you can easily like and share an individual event or events with anyone you want on your preferred social outlet.

Although the Ak-Chin Pavilion venue is not located on tribal land, the current naming rights and official sponsor is the Ak-Chin Indian Community.

All dates, acts and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. Ticket prices subject to applicable fees.

Ak-Chin Pavilion Country Artist PerformancesAk-Chin Pavilion was originally known as Desert Sky Pavilion and had its grand opening on November 11, 1990. The very first performer to play at the venue was Billy Joel. Furthermore, Ak-Chin Pavilion was also formerly known as the Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion, Cricket Pavilion, Cricket Wireless Pavilion and most recently, Ashley Furniture Home Store Pavilion.
The famous amphitheater is located in Phoenix and is one of the main music venues in Arizona. In fact, the overall capacity is greater than Jobing.com Arena in Glendale and US Airways Center in Downtown Phoenix. The venue is rather large with a unique set up with a total capacity of 20,000. Seating around 8,000, under the Ak-Chin Pavilion roof and about 12,000 people can purchase General Admission tickets on a spacious grassy hillside behind the main stands.

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