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Carolina Country Music Fest adds Chris Lane to lineup

(Source: CCMF) (Source: CCMF)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The Carolina Country Music Festival, taking place June 8 through 11, announced Friday morning that North Carolina native Chris Lane will be featured in the lineup.

Lane has topped country music charts, and has been certified gold in the U.S. and Canada, according to tweets from festival organizers. His 2015 single “Fix” peaked at number one in the U.S. Country Airtime charts, according to Billboard.

Lane will join already-announced artists Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, Lee Brice, Billy Currington, Chris Young, Kip Moore, Big and Rich, Granger Smith, Jordan Davis, Jordan Rager, Kevin Mac, Dee Jay Silver, and more. Festival organizers say there will be over 30 country music artists at the four-day event.

See a slideshow of artists that have been announced for the 2017 CCMF so far here

General admission tickets are currently priced at $189, VIP passes now run $429, and “Super VIP” passes are $1,299. CCMF organizers stated on Twitter that ticket prices will go up at midnight on April 28, and VIP tickets are nearly sold out.

Single-day tickets for the CCMF Kick-off Concert on Thursday, June 8 are also available, with a discount for local residents.

The 2016 Carolina Country Music Fest took place at the former Pavilion site on Ocean Boulevard from June 9 to 12, and an estimated 25,000 people attended. Headliners for that event included Keith Urban, Tim McGraw and Florida Georgia Line.

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