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Lady Antebellum, Eric Church to headline 3-day country music festival in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes at the festival announcement. Source: Stephanie Robusto Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes at the festival announcement. Source: Stephanie Robusto
Source: Full House Productions Source: Full House Productions
Hillary Scott of the band Lady Antebellum arrives at the 54th annual Grammy Awards. Source: AP Graphics Hillary Scott of the band Lady Antebellum arrives at the 54th annual Grammy Awards. Source: AP Graphics

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A three-day country music festival featuring Lady Antebellum and Eric Church is coming to Myrtle Beach June 5 through 7, Full House Productions announced Thursday.

“FHP is proud to announce that after thorough review and consideration of potential sites, Myrtle Beach is the natural fit for the Carolina Country Music Festival,” said Bob Durkin, President of FHP. “The city, mayor and Visit Myrtle Beach are the perfect combination for the longevity and success of this new festival. With a unique balance of headliners and up-and-comers, this will be the Southeast's largest country music festival.”

The event will host 35 of country music's biggest stars, also including Big & Rich, Sam Hunt and Hunter Hayes. New artists will be announced daily leading up to the inaugural festival.

“The Myrtle Beach area is excited that Full House Productions chose our beautiful beach destination to bring the Southeast's premier country music festival this June, which will be a perfect kick off to our summer season,” said John Rhodes, Mayor of the City of Myrtle Beach. “Country music is a natural fit with our 16 million visitors each year, and this event will give them yet another reason to make vacation plans to visit our area.“

For more information, and to buy tickets now, visit:

http://www.carolinacountrymusicfest.com/

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