In an effort to protect the health and safety of concert-goers, artists and staff, the Carolina Country Music Festival has made the difficult decision to postpone the highly anticipated festival until June 2021. The new dates for the festival will be June 10-13, 2021.
The Myrtle Beach based festival typically attracts thousands of country music fans to the area, all of whom are eager to see their favorite musicians perform.
The headliners for the 2021 festival will stay the same. Concert-goers will still be able to see Luke Combs, Eric Church, Darius Rucker and Jake Owen live in concert come June.
For individuals who already purchased tickets to the 2020 festival, their tickets will automatically rollover to the 2021 festival.
In a statement on the postponement of the festival, the Carolina Country Music Festival said, “Let’s just say it. 2020 sucks. We were all looking forward to partying together on the beach with these amazing artists (our best lineup yet!) and yet again, another event has been stripped from ALL our calendars.“
For more information on the postponement of the festival and the 2021 ticket rollover incentives, click here.