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FLORENCE — With Country Thunder being one of Pinal County’s marquee events, the amount of security and law enforcement involved in keeping the event safe for all attendees is significant. Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb was in attendance, and he set the tone in making sure people had fun but …

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FLORENCE – Love was in the air at Country Thunder. With couples from all around the country making the trip to Florence for the four-day music festival, many of them had the chance to spend quality time with one another. One couple in particular, however, made Country Thunder their getaway t…

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FLORENCE – Country Thunder brings people from all walks of life together for four days of camping, attractions and live music. While people from around the country come out for the event, some four-legged friends made the trip to Florence as well.

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FLORENCE — There was a new booth at Country Thunder selling women’s and children’s clothing made from old clothes.

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FLORENCE — With Americana on full display at Country Thunder, bumping into a United States Marine Corps recruiting stall at a country music festival wouldn’t seem to be such a strange occurrence.

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FLORENCE — Opening day traffic to Country Thunder was noticeably lighter than expected early Thursday afternoon, thanks to many campers arriving Wednesday. But fans said long lines are still something the festival needs to work on. Although attendance is growing, they don’t think it’s too cr…

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FLORENCE — Pinal roadways heading into Florence were backed up Wednesday as campers arrived at nearby Canyon Moon Ranch ahead of the start of the Country Thunder music festival.

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FLORENCE — Country Thunder’s headline performances Saturday and Sunday nights will include fireworks, following approval Friday by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors.

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FLORENCE — Country Thunder Arizona opens on Thursday and to get music fans ready to dance and sing along with their favorite songs, PinalCentral reached out to a few of this year's scheduled performers, asking how they're feeling about their upcoming show.

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FLORENCE — On the final day of Country Thunder, Melanie Hesseldenz and Dawn Cox sat in front of their tent in the event’s upscale camping area, listening as Kameron Marlowe performed on the festival stage.

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FLORENCE — As Country Thunder 2021 came to a close, Pinal County Sheriff's Office deputies logged a total of 87 calls for service at the popular four-day music festival, according to PCSO public information officer Lauren Reimer.

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FLORENCE — Isz, a small and friendly black and white shitzu, likes country music. And as Country Thunder 2021 got underway Thursday, the 7-year-old dog was sporting a bright red bow in her hair as she enjoyed the sights, sounds and smells of Country Thunder.

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FLORENCE — After Dustin Lynch and the rest of the Country Thunder performers got everybody in the mood for a weekend of music and partying Thursday, festival goers returned to the stage areas near Florence on Friday to pick up right where they started.

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