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Greenville Country Music Fest is back with twice the fun

This year's event will take place this November at the CCNB Amphitheatre
Published: Jun. 20, 2022 at 6:30 AM EDT|Updated: Jun. 28, 2022 at 6:03 AM EDT
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GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Dust off your boots because Greenville Country Music Fest is back but this time with two full days of live country music and twice the fun.

This year’s festival will kick off Saturday, Nov. 5 with Zach Bryan headlining at CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park in Simpsonville and the will continue on Sunday, Nov. 6 with Turnpike Troubadours headlining.

“Last year was a huge success and we heard our fans loud and clear when they asked for more. We’ve added another day to the festival, allowing fans more time to enjoy some great country music,” said Bob Durkin, Greenville Country Music Fest founder. “This year’s lineup is a mix of American country, red dirt, bluegrass, and folk - bringing something new to Greenville Country Music Fest.

Here’s a look at the star-studded lineup:

Saturday, Nov. 5Saturday, Nov. 6
Zach Bryan (Headliner)Turnpike Troubadours (Headliner)
ErnestThe Marshall Tucker Band
Stoney LarueFlatland Cavalry
Charles Wesley GodwinLarry Fleet
Carter FaithThem Dirty Roses
Jonathan Peyton49 Winchester
The Piedmont BoysYesterday’s Wine
Taylor IngleHayden Coffman
DJ Slim McGrawFaith Schueler

“We are excited to have some of the best selling acts in music right now as part of our two-day lineup,” said Braxton Wilson, co-owner of Greenville Country Music Fest. “The response from ticket buyers and music industry has been electrifying.”

Organizers say not only will fest-goers be able to enjoy live music on multiple stages but there will be plenty of other activities to enjoy such as line dancing, bull riding, axe throwing, tons of fest food options, and fun.

Early bird tickets go on sale Tuesday, June 28 at 10 a.m.

For more information, click here.

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