The East Coast’s largest 3-day outdoor country music festival is headed back to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 7-10, 2018, and there is so much to look forward to this year! With new and improved sound and video throughout the festival, along with more surprise performances, we know it will be a weekend to remember. This festival seems to grow every year, and thousands are headed to Myrtle Beach to see some of the fantastic country music artists that are lined up to perform. If you’re coming to visit (or thinking about it!), here is a round-up of festival information:

Lineup

The headliner lineup for 2018’s Carolina Country Music Festival is Toby Keith, Luke Bryan and the Zac Brown Band. Other artists scheduled to perform include: Brett Eldredge, Old Dominion, Chris Lane, Dylan Scott, Kane Brown, Michael Ray, Morgan Wallen, Devin Dawson, Jon Langston, Russell Dickerson, Tracy Lawrence, Deana Carter, Stephanie Quayle, Kasey Tyndall, Kennedy Fitzsimmons, Runaway Jane, Muscadine Bloodline, the James Barker Band, Josh Phillips, Tim Montana, Davisson Brothers, Jimmie Allen, Dee Jay Silver, Brett Young, and Colt Ford.

Tickets

Ticket prices went up after pre-order ended May 20, but tickets are still available! 

  • McDonald's CCMF Thursday Night Kick Off Concert - $49
  • 3-Day General Admission Access Pass - $199
  • 4-Day Pass Main Stage VIP Carolina Country Special - $499
  • 4-Day Super VIP Carolina Country Special - $1,799
  • 4-Day Ultimate CCMF Experience Pass - $2,199

Discounts are available to military personnel and first responders through GovX. You can find more information on what each level pass includes and purchase your tickets here. 

Wristbands

Through a cashless wristband system, attendees will be able to pay for all onsite expenses with their wristband. Wristbands are mailed to the address on file for those who purchased tickets prior to May 20. Festival organizers recommend that those who receive their wristband in the mail prior to the event register their wristbands ahead of time to avoid long lines. You can do that here.  If tickets are purchased May 21 or later, wristbands will be available for pick up at will call. The wristband is also your entry into the festival. Concert goers will also be able to pay by credit card or cash.

Parking

CCMF is offering two different parking and shuttle pass options. A single day parking pass can be purchased for $24.99, or a 4-day parking pass can be purchased for $69.99. Both can be purchased here. For the 2018 event, attendees will be able to park at 2400 North Oak Street in downtown Myrtle Beach, just minutes from CCMF. A continuous shuttle will run from Thursday at 5 p.m. until midnight, and then Friday-Sunday from noon until midnight.

CCMF Partnership with Disabled American Veterans

Carolina Country Music Festival has partnered with the non-profit Disabled American Veterans to honor 10 injured vet’s to watch the weekend’s concerts for free. This is the second year they’ve done this. The 10 selected veterans will be recognized and honored at Friday night’s concert, and if you’re planning to attend CCMF you won’t want to miss this. It’s always a moving reminder about what Memorial Day weekend is really about.

Carolina Country Music Fest App

One of the neat features about this music festival is their official app. By downloading the app, festival goers are able to view the lineup, create their own personalized schedule, learn more about each performing artist and view a number of helpful maps, including a site map including locations for things like ATMs, refreshments, activities and more. For more information on the app and to download, click here.