The tropical three-day music festival is set to return to Panama City Beach, Fla. for the fourth year, and the lineup is just as hot (if not hotter). Brad Paisley, Jake Owen and outsider Eric Church will headline one of each of the three nights, Sept. 2-4, with a bevy of other talent expected to hit the stage. “We’re beyond excited about our headliners and our overall lineup,” Rendy Lovelady, Festival Executive Producer, says. “We can’t thank Panama City Beach and the Tourist Development Council enough for the way they welcome our fans from across the country.”
Mark Sheldon, PCB Entertainment Chief Operating Officer, adds, “Our lineup is so huge this year we are reconfiguring the venue to make the fan experience perfect."
Tickets go on sale March 15. Three-day general admission starts at $129 and grants access to Frank Brown Park and includes shuttle access. VIP and other deluxe packages are also available here.
The Band Perry, Brett Eldredge, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Granger Smith, Sara Evans, Tyler Farr, A Thousand Horses, "Nashville" star Charles Esten, Neal McCoy, Colt Ford, Darryl Worley, Mark Chesnutt, Dylan Scott, Craig Campbell, Kirstie Lovelady, Galfriday Band, Chris Cavanaugh and Them Dirty Roses will also play.
Previous performers include Blake Shelton, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Carrie Underwood, Toby Keith, Eli Young Band, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Scotty McCreery and countless others.
Find out a detailed day-to-day schedule of the performers and grab tickets while they're hot right here.