Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino will debut its new 5.6 acre, Festival Park with Sammy Hagar, the ‘Red Rocker’ and his Four Decades of Rock performance in conjunction with Phoenix Bikefest™, April 4 to April 6. This exciting new multipurpose outdoor venue boasts one of the valley’s best new entertainment options and is in a prime location, adjacent to the popular Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino.

“The all-new Festival Park at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino expands our entertainment and group business footprint,” said Michael Olujic, General Manager of Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino. “The Festival Park will allow us to accommodate up to 15,000 people in a concert setting and showcase major talent such as Sammy Hagar,” said Olujic.

The Festival Park encompasses 5.6 acres of outdoor land located between Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino and the recently opened Phoenix Premium Outlet Mall. The Festival Park is a multipurpose, outdoor facility designed to accommodate concerts and outdoor festivals of various sizes. Olujic went on to say, “With land and construction costs at a premium, we were able to economically design and build the Festival Park at Wild Horse Pass to meet the demands of smaller groups while also accommodating up to 15,000 guests for an outdoor concert. We estimate that the Festival Park can easily accommodate major outdoor festivals such as the inaugural Phoenix Bikefest™ or any other major outdoor festival.”

To unveil Festival Park to the public, Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino has partnered with Phoenix Bikefest and R Entertainment Company to offer a coveted lineup of entertainment. British rock band The Cult will kick things off with its Electric 13 Concert Tour on April 4 followed by headliner “The Red Rocker” Sammy Hagar on April 5. Tickets start at just $20 and can be purchased online at WinGilaRiver.com, by phone at 877.840.0457 or by visiting the box office at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino.

Guests can experience all the action in one place at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino with a spacious gaming floor featuring big-time tables, red-hot slots, Arizona’s only Shula’s, the best in live entertainment, a luxurious hotel and now, the all-new Festival Park.