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Sunday Celebrations on the Boardwalk series returns to Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Source: Sunday Celebrations on the Boardwalk Facebook page Source: Sunday Celebrations on the Boardwalk Facebook page
Source: Ground Zero Facebook page Source: Ground Zero Facebook page
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Sunday Celebrations on the Boardwalk is a free summer concert series returning June 21, 2015 to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.

The concerts will be held every Sunday at 7 p.m. in downtown Myrtle Beach, sited between Eighth Avenue North and Ninth Avenue North, states a news release from the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.

Downtown Ministries, Hampton Inn and Suites Oceanfront, KLove and His Radio are partnering with Ground Zero again this year to make the concert series possible, according to Ground Zero's website.

The weekly concert lineup is as follows:

·         June 21 – Finding Favour and The City Harmonic

·         June 28 – Building 429 and KJ-52

·         July 5 – Tenth Avenue North and Among the Thirsty

·         July 12 – Audio Adrenaline and Ryan Stevenson

·         July 19 – Colton Dixon and Coley

·         July 26 – Hawk Nelson and Rhett Walker Band

“Ground Zero offers high energy, positive experiences for teenagers to connect within a safe and inviting environment,” according to Ground Zero's Facebook page. It launched its Myrtle Beach ministry in 2006 and in 2011 began hosting the concert series with national Christian bands.

The summer concert series will run through July 26.

For additional information, please visit www.MyGroundZero.com or find Ground Zero and Sunday Celebrations on the Boardwalk on Facebook.

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