Country Thunder Saskatchewan Tour 2023
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There is no doubt that the latest Country Thunder Saskatchewan tour is the biggest music even of the year. It is on everybody’s radar right now. First of all, every show keeps attracting hordes of fans and just connoisseurs of quality performances. Only the biggest venues get the chance to host these fantastic events. Thousands of people will be gathering around just to witness a star performing on stage.
Every fan will get a chance to experience the amazing performance of their favorite musician. If you are looking for cheap tickets then you have found yourself in the right place. Take the front row seat and enjoy the perfection of sound.
We make sure to offer the most competitive prices for tickets for different concerts. Moreover, you can choose your tickets based on seat preference. We know how important it is to choose the right spot from which you can listen to a great band performing live. You can book your tickets in advance and secure the lowest price.
Every Country Thunder Saskatchewan concert is a unique event that does not disappoint. Even the best headphones or the largest TV screen doesn’t compare to the feeling of excitement and emotion at a concert while being surrounded by thousands of people who share the same passion. Thousands of people are coming together like one big family just to share their experience and love for the performer. Simply check the concert’s details and see whether that’s exactly what you have been looking for.
When your favorite band arrives in your hometown, we will make sure to provide you with the best offers. Here you will find the Country Thunder Saskatchewan 2022 – 2023 tour dates and all the details related to their live shows.
Country Thunder Saskatchewan Tickets 2023 - 2022
Country Thunder Saskatchewan VIP Packages 2023 & 2022
About Country Thunder Saskatchewan
Country Thunder Saskatchewan (formerly the Craven Country Jamboree) is an annual country music festival, held in the Qu'Appelle Valley, near Craven, Saskatchewan, Canada.
The event was first held in 1983 as the Big Valley Jamboree, with Roy Orbison as a headline act. The event was originally founded by Roman Catholic priest Lucien Larré as a fundraiser for his youth housing charity Bosco Homes. A historic feature of the festival has been the "Gopher Run", a rush seating line where up to 3,000 spectators can bring their own chairs for the front row. In the late-1980's, the Jamboree came under government oversight due to an abuse scandal involving Larré. In 1993, the Jamboree was sold to the Alberta-based Vinco Foods, who began to hold a sister event in Camrose, Alberta. By then, the event had begun to see declines in ticket sales and revenue, leading to changes such as a cap on ticket sales, and replacement of the "Gopher Run" with reserved "VIP" seats in 1995.
A more raucous atmosphere also began to develop at the Jamboree (in comparison to its roots as a family-oriented event), to the point that the Ministry of Health distributed free condoms at it in 1993, a Regina-based company organized a strip show at the local curling rink in 1994, and an attendee in 1995 was quoted as saying she was in search of "fast horses, faster men and more beer".
After going into receivership, the Big Valley Jamboree was sold to the Queen City Kinsmen in February 1996, who ran the festival with a "back to the basics" approach with less commercialization. Unable to return the event to profitability, the Kinsmen relaunched the Jamboree as a classic rock festival in 2000, known as Rock 'N The Valley. In 2005, promoter Troy Vollhoffer (who had previously worked as a stagehand for early editions of the event) took over the festival, and relaunched it with a return to country music as the Craven Country Jamboree. The Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose has continued to be held.
On October 27, 2016, it was announced that the event had been rebranded as part of the Country Thunder series of festivals (which are run by Vollhoffer via his company Premier Global Productions), with organizers stating that the integration gave it more "buying power" in terms of attracting larger acts.
In 2020, the festival was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.