Every year, the residents of Chandler look forward to March as it brings the Pot of Gold Music Festival
It's held the 16th through 18th at the Rawhide Western Town & Event Center, and during the three days of fun, a variety of artists will take to the stage.
Those you don't want to miss:
Reo Cragun played music for most of his childhood, but when it came time to attend Washington State University, he decided to become a doctor. When his grandmother unexpectedly passed away, he had a change of heart and left school to devote his time to making music. Less than two years later, he released his breakthrough single "Inconsiderate" which amassed more than three million views on Spotify. Reo writes songs that make people feel accepted, and in addition to "Inconsiderate," his repertoire also includes songs such as "Peso," "Fallin'," and "It's Over."
Sturgill Simpson is a Grammy Award-winning country and roots rock singer who became known as a bold and raucous innovator after the release of his debut album, High Top Mountain. He has gained recognition from publications such as Rolling Stone as The New York Times, and his set list includes "Brace for Impact," "Welcome to the Earth," and "Keep it Between the Lines."
Dirty Heads is a reggae band that hails from Huntington Beach, California. Since this five-piece group released their the debut album in 2008, they have gained a solid fan base, and are known for entertaining audiences from start to finish. They have released six more albums to critical acclaim, and songs include "My Sweet Summer," "Radio," and "Hear You Coming."
The Pot of Gold Music Festival is just one of the events that you can enjoy if you call our apartments in Chandler home. Please contact us to schedule a tour where we can show you our amenities firsthand.
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