The Carolina Country Music Festival was postponed until this year due to health concerns amid COVID-19. The three-day event attracts thousands of country music fans to the beach.

 The Carolina Country Music Festival was postponed until this year due to health concerns amid COVID-19. The three-day event attracts thousands of country music fans to the beach.


Carolina Country Music Festival, which brings thousands of country music fans to Myrtle Beach, will return to the city this summer.

City Council agreed to approve a special event permit to organizers for the festival during a council meeting on Tuesday.

The festival will be June 10-13 from 1 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. everyday at the Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion Place. The event will feature all the same headliners announced last year, including Luke Combs, Eric Church, Darius Rucker and Jake Owen.

The three-day event was initially rescheduled for September of last year after it was canceled in June due to health concerns related to COVID-19. It was then postponed until June when conditions did not improve.

The event, which is expected to attract 25,000 to 32,000 people every day, will have food, beverage and merchandise vendors.

Anyone looking to attend the festival can purchase tickets on Eventbrite. Prices range from $209 to $1,899. Concertgoers can also purchases parking passes and tickets to the McDonald’s Thursday Night Kick Off Concert.

Road closures for the music festival include:

  • Ocean Boulevard between Eighth and Ninth Avenues North
  • Eighth Avenue North – All lanes and parking spaces from Kings Highway to Ocean Boulevard
  • Chester Street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenue North, and parking lanes
  • Ninth Avenue North – Lane and parking spaces running eastbound from Kings Highway to Ocean Boulevard
  • Eighth Avenue North Beach Access





Source link

Digiqole ad

Related post