CCMF postponed to 2021

By Cassidy Moore
August 11, 2020

The Carolina Country Music Fest slated for 2020 has been postponed until June 2021, organizers announced on Aug. 11. 

CCMF 2020 had originally been moved from June to September due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but organizers said the best move was to hold off until 2021. 

“The uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 made it increasingly clear that moving CCMF to 2021 was the best decision to protect the health and safety of fans, the community, artists and CCMF staff,” organizers said in a statement. 

Headliners Luke Combs, Eric Church, Darius Rucker and Jake Owen are all set to perform at the 2021 event, which will be June 10-13, 2021,  in downtown Myrtle Beach. 

Ticket holders can hang onto to their tickets for the 2021 CCMF or request a refund. Event organizers are offering incentives for those who roll their tickets over to the updated event. Incentives include: 

  • 30-minute early entry into the festival each day
  • Pre-loaded $20 on CCMF wristbands to spend on drinks or merchandise

  • Entry into the Ultimate CCMF prize pack, which includes Super VIP tickets, meet and greets, backstage tour, extra money on your wristband and free beer for a year from Coors. 

  • Chance to win more prizes from organizers and partners

Ticket holders who would like to request a refund instead can reach out to event organizers through a form on the CCMF website

The Carolina Country Music Fest in an annual festival held on the oceanfront at the former Myrtle Beach Pavilion site. Past headliners have included country mega stars such as Eric Church, Rascal Flatts, Sam Hunt, Lady Antebellum, and Luke Bryan. The event draws thousands of country music fans to the 4-day outdoor festival.