Pepsi Amphitheater: Main Stage

The Main Stage at the Pepsi Amphitheater is nestled among the tall pines in Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, AZ. This state-of-the-art facility holds up to 3,500 people and features a large grassy lawn and a seating area with over 500 built-in seats. The amphitheater’s construction was made possible by the voters of Coconino County and was funded by the Coconino Parks and Open Space Program, Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund grants and Coconino County. Pickin’ in the Pines leases Pepsi Amphitheater for the Pickin’ in the Pines Bluegrass & Acoustic Music Festival. You may be subject to search at certain events. The amphitheater management reserves the right to refuse admission. Get specific driving directions at the bottom of this page.

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Fort Tuthill County Park

Nestled in the cool Ponderosa pine forest 3 miles south of Flagstaff, AZ, the County’s premier 413-acre regional park is open year round as a recreation destination. Throughout the year, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the multi-use trails, archery, bike park, and the many events and outdoor recreation programs offered.

Pickin’ in the Pines is held on the grounds of Fort Tuthill County Park where we rent several areas and facilities for our events. Get driving directions at the bottom of this page.

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Location for Workshops, Band Contest & More

The Navajo
Ramada

Many workshops and jamming sessions are held in this outdoor ramada near the Commercial Building. See the workshop schedule for more information.

The Yavapai
Ramada

Smaller more intimate workshops are often held in this outdoor ramada closer to the main stage amphitheater. See the workshop schedule for more information.

The Workshop
Tent Stage

Our renowned band contest and many educational and lively workshops are held in the workshop stage tent throughout the weekend.

The Campgrounds

We offer camping accommodations for many types of camping. Please visit our Camping page for full details. All camping areas are a moderate, 1/8- to 1/4-mile walk from the amphitheater. There will be a free shuttle service between the campground and the amphitheater running approximately every 15 minutes beginning one half hour before the main stage opens, until one half hour after the main stage closes. The campgrounds connect to the Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS), where you can hike or bike for miles.

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Get Directions

Pepsi Amphitheater is 2 hours from Phoenix, 3.5 hours from Tucson, 3.5 hours from Las Vegas, 7 hours from Los Angeles, and 8 hrs from San Diego. The facility is located off exit 337 on I-17; the entrance is on Route 89A. Hotels and the city of Flagstaff are north of the facility on I-17 or Beulah Boulevard, Sedona is to the south on 89A.

Take Interstate 17 South to Exit 337. Turn right. Go straight at the roundabout into the park. Follow signs for “Amphitheater”.

Take Interstate 17 North to exit 337. Turn left. Go straight at the roundabout into the park. Follow signs for “Amphitheater”.

Merge onto Interstate 17 South via Exit 195 (toward Highway 89-A South/Sedona/Phoenix). Take Interstate 17 South to Exit 337. Turn right. Go straight at the roundabout into the park. Follow signs for “Amphitheater”.

Take Exit 195 (toward Highway 89-A North/Flagstaff/Grand Canyon). Merge onto Interstate 17 South via the exit on the LEFT toward Sedona/Phoenix. Take Interstate 17 south to Exit 337. Turn right. Go straight at the roundabout into the park. Follow signs for “Amphitheater”.