Doors @ 12:00 PM to 09:00 PM
178 E Commonwealth Ave - Chandler, AZ
General admission includes entry into the festival, chili samples, access to all entertainment, zones, vendors, interactive experience and activities. Food and beverages are not included with admission
Group admission includes entry into the festival, chili samples, access to all entertainment, zones, vendors, interactive experience and activities. Food and beverages are not included with admission
Includes: six, half (.5) oz bourbon samples*, soft drinks and water.
12:00 pm > 1:45 pm
Western Fusion was formed in the late 90’s by band leader Brian Childress. Brian’s goals were to have a band that sounded like radio and be composed of some of the best musicians Arizona has to offer. Western Fusion has been on the local scene for almost 20 years and has enjoyed playing various venues throughout the state. The band has opened for National Acts such as: Blake Shelton and Mark Wills at Graham Central Station (formerly Rockin’ Rodeo).
02:00 pm > 04:00 pm
With a mellow, easy voice and wise songwriting that hints of a life of honest living, Jim Bachmann has been entertaining the Phoenix scene over the past decade. Bachmann's music blends Americana, Roots, Blues and Country into a sound that stays true to tradition while serving up his own blend of Sonoran Desert soaked good-timin' stonerbilly.
04:30 pm > 05:45 pm
Chad Freeman & Redline was founded on March 13, 2009. It didn't take long before CFR quickly formed their own sound and started performing locally. Local shows quickly grew into regional shows as they became regulars in Las Vegas on the strip and performing for PBR and NFR. Over the years they have been able to hit the stage for NASCAR, Super Bowl, CMA Fest and countless festivals, events and weddings.
06:00 pm > 07:15 pm
The Cole Trains are a four piece rock / country band with red dirt roots from Safford, Arizona. Their first full length studio album “Lucky Stars” was recorded with Cody Canada on the legendary neve console at Dave Grohl’s studio 606 in Los Angeles, CA.
07:30 pm > 09:00 pm
Southbound was formed in 2007 with the idea of being one of the most professional and entertaining bands around. Since then they have played concerts/venues all over Arizona and Mexico and have played with national acts such as The Lost Trailers, Hal Ketchum, Ned Ledoux, G. Love, Craig Campbell, and Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers.
Very Old Barton
Few Spirits Rye
Four Roses Small Batch
George T. Stagg
Michters US 1
Smoke Wagon Bourbon
Colonel E. H. Taylor
Thumb Butte Rye
Tin Cup 10yr
Widow Jane Bourbon
Woodford Reserve Rye
Local home cooks and chefs will compete in a Chili Cook-Off. Festival guests will receive a tasting card to sample chili from the competitors and vote for their favorite. Local restaurants will offer a variety of spicy, traditional and regional chili bowls and sides.STAY TUNED FOR MORE COMPETITION INFO
Yes, there will be ATM machines located at both entrances and throughout the event.
There are street parking spots and lots located throughout the downtown Chandler area including a lot in front of the City building and a dirt lot at the north end of the Dr. AJ Chandler Park. Visit the DCCP online for a parking map.
Parking is free.
Yes, the Valley Metro system provides public transportation throughout the greater Phoenix metro area. Visit valleymetro.org for routes, pricing and tips to plan your trip.
Yes, the Historic Downtown Chandler area is home to many great hotels located within 2 miles of the event.
Picture I.D. is required to purchase or consume alcohol. Your I.D. will be checked at the drink ticket locations and could be checked randomly as asked throughout the event. Guests 21 years of age and older will be issued a wristband allowing alcohol purchase.
Credit Cards will be accepted at the box office and drink ticket booths. Not all food vendors accept debit or credit cards so please bring cash with you. ATM’s are available within the festival site for your convenience.
You can purchase your admission ticket in advance via the website using a credit/debit card. On the day of the festival, cash is the only accepted form of payment.
Children 12-years-old and under are admitted into the event for free with a paying adult.
All sales are final, there are no refunds.
This is a rain or shine event.
Service dogs only please.
The Chandler Police Department will be on hand to ensure your safety. Call 911 for any medical emergencies during the event.
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We are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and memorable experience for all event guests. In order to do so, a strict code of conduct has been created and all event participants and patrons are expected follow these rules.
Guests will show respect for the event location, grounds, coordinators, vendors, sponsors and participants by leaving the following items at home:
The following actions will result in immediate ejection of festival grounds:
An individual participating in any of these behaviors will be removed from the event and passes will be revoked. In certain situations, the offender may be arrested.