The Waste Management Open in Phoenix, Arizona is known for being one of the more casual golfing events on the PGA Tour calendar. The course itself is unique because it demands more audience participation than any other course. For example, the 16th hole, nicknamed “The Coliseum,” has the crowd sitting in bleachers that enclose the putting green, leading to raucous cheering on a good shot and pandemonious booing on a bad shot.
While the Waste Management Open is a big reason to come to Phoenix, just a few miles away in Scottsdale is one of the biggest music festivals associated with a PGA tour event. The Birds Nest, sponsored by Coors Light, is an unforgettable music festival that brings out the more festive and rowdy side in all golfing fans.
If you want to experience the Waste Management Open and celebrate with four nights of live music at the 2019 Coors Light Birds Nest, book a trip with Superior Executive Services. Whether you are taking an important client, your business partners, or your family, we can cater a luxury golf and music festival package to fit your needs. For more information about our Birds Nest 2019 packages, visit our website or call us today at 888-981-6653.
Day: Waste Management Open
Before we dive into the party that is the Coors Light Birds Nest, a brief overview of the daytime entertainment is in order. The Waste Management Open started as simply the Phoenix Open. After a tumultuous start, the Open began running smoothly after 1939.
Because of the more laid-back atmosphere at the Waste Management Open, there have been some interesting moments at what many announcers call “The Greatest Show on Grass.” In 1997, Tiger Woods aced the 16th hole. In celebration, fans threw their beer cans and cups on to the tee box. Woods also received assistance from the crowd when he asked members of the gallery to roll a boulder out of the way in 1999.
The Waste Management Open also has a gnarly history of audience energy bringing golfers down. While Woods was able to harness the energy of the crowd to deliver stunning performances, Justin Leonard succumbed to the pressure and energy when he gave the crowd the middle finger after he missed a shot at the 16th hole.The Waste Management Open is so full of energy and drama that people often need a place to blow-off steam after the stressful tournament.
Night: Coors Light Birds Nest
Once the sun sets in Arizona, the party really begins. The Coors Light Birds Nest Concert Series partners with the Waste Management Open to deliver incredible entertainment for golf and music fans alike. There is no other event like this associated with the PGA Tour. Considered the biggest party in professional golf, the Birds Nest is a spectacle as much as it is a bacchanal festival.
The 2019 Coors Light Birds Nest has some incredible performers taking the stage over the course of four crazy nights. On Wednesday, January 30, country rock group Old Dominion will be rocking the Birds Nest along with Midland and Brandon Lay. On Friday, perhaps the biggest night at the Birds Nest Concert series, the stage will be graced by pop and hip-hop acts like The Chainsmokers and Kelley James. Friday night will also feature one of the most commercially and critically successful rappers in music history: Snoop Dogg.
With all of these incredible music performers coming to the Birds Nest, you won’t want to sleep on this experience. There is truly no other experience like the Birds Nest Concert Series on the PGA Tour, so if you want to treat your business partners to a unique golf and music extravaganza then the Waste Management Open is the perfect opportunity.
If you’re ready to attend both the Waste Management Open and the Birds Nest Concert Series, then be sure to book a golf vacation package with Superior Executive Services. We have fully customizable itineraries for you and your guests, so whether you want to spend just one night at the Birds Nest, or go all-in for the four nights, we have a vacation package just for you. Visit our website or call today at 888-981-6653 to book your unforgettable golf vacation package.