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- $33 for a one-day ticket to the Heroes and Saints Music Festival (up to a $54 value)
- When: June 15–16
- Where: Avenue of the Saints Amphitheatre
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 12 p.m. on both days
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Rock Fest on Saturday, June 15, at 1:15 p.m.
- Country Fest on Sunday, June 16, at 12:15 p.m.
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Heroes and Saints Rock Fest
Better Than Ezra performing “At the Stars” live at the House of Blues
- Who you know at the Rock Fest: Better Than Ezra, Sister Hazel, Vertical Horizon, and Tonic
- Who you'll get to know better: Decoy and Richard Arndt
- Nickname for Better Than Ezra fans: “Ezralites”
- Best Better Than Ezra song to perk you up after your dog runs away: “Good”
- Best Sister Hazel hit to listen to in a hammock: “All For You”
- Sister Hazel adopted their name in tribute to Sister Hazel Williams, a beloved octogenarian minister from Gainesville, FL.
- What Tonic would have been named if they had their way: Radio Flyer
- Most recognizable Tonic hit: "If You Could Only See"
- Best Vertical Horizon hit to put on a mixtape when you're trying to woo Aphrodite: “You’re a God”
- Most surprising guest appearance on Vertical Horizon’s most recent album Burning the Days: Rush’s Neil Peart
Heroes and Saints Country Fest
Diamond Rio performing "I Believe" live in 2009
- Who you know at the Country Fest: Diamond Rio, Mark Wills, Sawyer Brown, and Emerson Drive
- Who you'll be glad you met: Locash Cowboys, JT Hodges, Rebel Road, and Danny Whitson
- Number of Country Music Association Awards given to Diamond Rio for “Group of the Year”: four
- Diamond Rio song that Diamond Rio could get away with lip-syncing due to the loud audience sing-along: “Meet in the Middle”
- Quality of Mark Wills’s larynx: it scored him the 1998 Academy of Country Music Award for “Top New Male Vocalist”
- Mark Wills’s number one hits: “Wish You Were Here” and “19 Somethin”
- When veteran country act Sawyer Brown was founded: 1981, the year ET’s mom and dad conceived ET
- Sawyer Brown hits most likely to be played: “Thank God for You,” “The Boys and Me,” “Drive Me Wild”
- Emerson Drive hit that anyone can dance to: “Fall Into Me”