The first ever Punk In The Park – Arizona will celebrate the return of live music with an impressive lineup of punk rock icons on Saturday, May 29 at Big Surf Water Park in Tempe, Arizona. Headliners Pennywise will be joined by Face To Face, Strung Out, Good Riddance, H2O, Voodoo Glow Skulls, TheBombpops and Slaughterhouse.
Punk In The Park – Arizona will serve as a preview to the previously announced Punk In The Park – Orange County, which takes place November 6 & 7 at Oak Canyon Park in Orange County, California and features punk rock legends including headliners Pennywise (Saturday) and NOFX (Sunday). Tickets for both Punk In The Park – Arizona and Punk In The Park – Orange County are on sale now at www.punkintheparkAZ.com and www.punkinthepark.com.
Fletcher Dragge of Pennywise said, “It finally looks like we’re gonna get our day in the park; been waiting more than a minute to drink some cold beers with friends and listen to some good f*xking music. With some of my favorite bands playing and tons of booze flowing, it’s gonna be time to get loose and have some serious fun!!! Can’t wait for something that feels normal again! See you f*ckers in the pit…for real!!”
Punk In The Park – Arizona is produced by Orange County, California based Brew Ha Ha Productions (BHHP) in collaboration with promoter and Arizona local Nancy Stevens. Brew Ha Ha Productions is known for their diverse, award-winning beer-centric events and festivals across the United States. This all-ages event runs from 2:00 PM – 9:30 PM.
Big Surf Water Park features America’s first wave pool and is located at 1500 North McClintock Drive in Tempe, Arizona, just 10 minutes from Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. General Admission tickets for Punk In The Park – Arizona start at $45 (plus fees) and VIP tickets are $99 (plus fees). VIP tickets will provide access to designated areas with shade, upgraded restrooms and a VIP Bar.
Event producer Cameron Collins of Brew Ha Ha Productions said, “This is the happiest I have been in a long time…An event, an actual festival with live music! It’s been so long, and while 2020 wasn’t kind to any of us, it was devastating for live music and live events. To be coming back, and with such an epic lineup of artists, is an incredible feeling!”
Later in the year, Southern California’s 2-day Punk In The Park – Orange County will feature two days of legendary punk rock paired with craft beer tasting on Saturday, November 6 and Sunday, November 7 at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, CA.
The daily music lineup for that event is as follows, with more bands to be announced soon:
Saturday, November 6
Sunday, November 7
Me First & The Gimme Gimmes
Punk In The Park – Orange County attendees 21+ will enjoy unlimited samples, while choosing from more than 100 fan-favorite beers from some of the best craft breweries in the region. Breweries will include Orange County’s newest brewery (co-owned by Collins), Rad Beer Co., plus Artifex Brewing, Societe Brewing, Belching Beaver, TAPS, Bearded Tang Brewing, Bottle Logic and many more. Attendees will also enjoy food for purchase from local food trucks and vendors, with vegan options available.
General Admission single day tickets for Punk In The Park – Orange County start at $45 (plus fees) and weekend tickets start at $85 (plus fees). Early Admission, VIP, Meet & Greet, and All-Ages (no craft beer tasting) ticket options are available as well. Visit www.punkinthepark.com for details and to purchase tickets. VIP tickets will provide access to designated areas with shade, upgraded restrooms and a VIP Bar.
Doors open at Noon each day for VIP and Early Access ticket holders (21+) to enjoy four hours of unlimited craft beer sampling. General Admission doors open at 1:00 PM and attendees 21+ will enjoy three hours of craft beer sampling.
Brew Ha Ha Productions is California’s most successful and respected craft beer festival producer, known for its OC Brew Ha Ha, Brew Hee Haw at the OC Fair, Brew Ho Ho Holiday Ale Festival, Sabroso Taco, Craft Beer & Music Festival, Punk In Drublic and more.
As always, health and safety of festival patrons is of utmost importance. The festival producers are working with local health authorities in both markets to ensure that the events are safe and in compliance with all local regulations.The festival producers encourage attendees to drink responsibly.
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