Three days of live music, thousands of concert goers, two stages, and three nights of after hours shows at Crescent Ballroom - The McDowell Mountain Music Festival is going to take Downtown by storm. A big, music-loving storm.
If you haven’t purchased tickets yet for the March 22 – 24 blowout featuring the likes of The Shins and The Roots at Margaret T. Hance Park, now is a good time to get in on the fun. Good news: The lineup for the ninth annual installment spans genres and features several local bands alongside national acts like Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Yonder Mountain String Band, Balkan Beat Box and psychedelic rockers Dr. Dog.
Urban camping is available for $50 a night, while METRO light rail and a free Downtown bus to parking garages and businesses in the core will make transport to and from the festival easy for those commuting.
Stay tunes for special Deals Downtown being offered to festival ticket holders and a chance to win one of three VIP packages the Downtown Phoenix Partnership be giving away throughout March.
Tickets are $120 for all three days, $150 for the whole package, and between $40 and $55 for each day. You can get tickets here.
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