The Carolina Country Music Fest announced four more acts Tuesday, including a group made up of South Carolina natives.
Outshyne will bring its edgy country rock sound to the music festival in June. The group, which has roots in Laurens and Anderson County, is known for hits such as ‘Moonlight Crush’ and its latest single ‘That Girl.’ Outshyne has opened for artists such as Gary Allan, Colt Ford and Eric Church.
The Davisson Brothers Band will be in town to play its hits ‘Big City Hillbilly,’ ‘Country Just Like Me’ and ‘Jesse James.’ This group, formed by two brothers, hails from West Virginia.
Asheville, North Carolina native and UNC grad Chase Rice will perform his hit single ‘Ready Set Roll.’ Rice also co-wrote Florida Georgia Line’s hit song ‘Cruise.’ Rice also is a former contestant on ‘Survivor: Nicaragua.’
Country newcomer Brett Young has also joined the music fest lineup. His hit debut single is ‘Sleep Without You,’ the first song released from his self-titled EP.
Other artists already announced: Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Kelsey Ballerini, Cole Swindell, Jake Owen, Joe Nichols, A Thousand Horses, Michael Ray, Chase Bryant, Lauren Jenkins, Maren Morris, Chris Lane, Kane Brown and Gary Allan, who will perform at the oceanfront stage on the former Pavilion site.
The festival will run June 9 through June 12.
Tickets can be purchased at www.ccmf.com, with discounted, three-day general admission tickets available while supplies last. Go to www.carolinacountrymusicfest.com/2016-tickets.