2020 Coors Light Birds Nest Back at TPC Scottsdale

Everardo Keeme

The Coors Light Birds Nest is back again for four nights of dancing and partying under the largest free-standing tent in North America, Jan. 29 through Feb. 1. The biggest bash on the PGA TOUR gets going after the ever-popular Annexus Pro-Am on Wednesday night, featuring some of the music industry’s most popular artists spanning a slew of genres and styles that are sure to light a dancing fire under your feet after the sun sets on TPC Scottsdale.

On Wednesday, Jan. 29, The Coors Light Birds Nest will open its doors featuring country music superstar Miranda Lambert, a two-time Grammy winner and nine-time Academy of Country Music Female Vocalist of the Year. Lambert will kick off the series with an opening set by Cody Johnson. Lambert is currently touring in support of her forthcoming album, “Wildcard.”

Thursday, Jan. 30, brings hip-hop star G-Eazy. The Bay-area rapper has had a meteoric rise since the release of his platinum sophomore album, “When It’s Dark Out,” which featured five-time platinum single “Me, Myself, and I” with Bebe Rexha.

Friday, Jan. 31 continues the country theme with perennial fan of the Birds Nest, Dierks Bentley, with special guests Austin Burke and Hot Country Knights, which is Bentley’s ‘90s-themed cover band that tackles all the hits from the era’s biggest country artists.

Closing out the final day on Saturday, Feb. 1 is international EDM superstar Kygo and special guest opener A R I Z O N A.

Coors Light Birds Nest general admission tickets start at $75, while VIP tickets are available starting at $275 each and provide exclusive access to the Jameson VIP area where guests are treated to a complimentary catered dinner, complimentary drinks and access to a newly redesigned premium viewing area for the shows. Organizers encourage fans to buy their tickets early as ticket prices may increase as the event draws closer. Tickets available at www.coorslightbirdsnest.com. –-Jonathan Crist

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