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'Concert for Conservation' gives a sneak peek at improvements at Thunder Ridge Nature Arena

Nearly two years after country superstar Garth Brooks took the stage at the beautiful Thunder Ridge Nature Arena, the exquisite venue is again open for business.  

 

Much improvement has been done in and around the arena to make it even more user-friendly, including increased parking, improved roads to the venue, safer walkways and much more.

 

Thunder Ridge Nature Arena is offering locals a sneak peek at their improvements with a fun-filled concert event on May 21. Billed as a Concert for Conservation, the proceeds from the event will benefit conservation efforts to protect the wildlife, the land and the natural habitats of the Ozarks area.

 

The upcoming event features music from Chris Janson, John Anderson, the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, The Petersens and Clay Self.  

 

The exciting evening also includes an air show, parachuting flag ceremony and a family-friendly fan zone.

 

Tickets for the May 21 event are only $10 per person, and there is no charge for parking. The concert event is slated to begin at 5:30 .pm.

 

Other upcoming concerts include Morgan Wallen (May 25), Chris Stapleton (June 13), Luke Bryan (July 27) and Slightly Stoopid and Dirty Heads (August 31).  An air show and other events are also on the Thunder Ridge Nature arena schedule for 2024.

 

For tickets or more information on the Concert for Conservation or any upcoming Thunder Ridge event, call 800-707-3520.

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