Greenville Country Music Fest in Simpsonville, SC

Oct 18, 2024  ·  CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park

Greenville Country Music Fest
Oct 18
Greenville Country Music Fest

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Owen Riegling, a country artist from Mildmay, Ontario, blends personal tales with universal emotions in his music, known for its laid-back charm. Winner of the 2022 Emerging Artists Showcase at Boots & Hearts.
Nashville's Josh Ross blends modern country rock with a warm vocal rasp. Known for the #1 ballad "Trouble" in Canada and over 300M streams. Won CCMA Breakthrough Artist, tours with stars like Nickelback.
Statesboro, GA native Dylan Marlowe blends traditional country with rock. Known for his viral cover of "Driver’s License" and hits like “All About It.” Opened for Cole Swindell, penned No.1 hit for Jon Pardi.
From Bradford, TX, Kolby Cooper became a streaming sensation with over 330 million streams. Known for relatable break-up anthems and bold lyrics, his album "Boy From Anderson County To The Moon" showcases versatility in country music, earning acclaim as "Country Music’s Newest Badass."
Flatland Cavalry, from Lubbock, crafts earthy TX country ballads & gritty folk. Known for songs like "Come May," & albums like "Humble Folks." Cleto Cordero leads with heartfelt lyrics. Formed in 2012.
Nashville's The Cadillac Three, known for "COUNTRY FUZZ" sound, blend country and rock. Members include Jaren Johnston, Neil Mason, and Kelby Ray. Famous for party anthems and heartfelt ballads, they’ve received ACM and CMA nods. Johnston has also penned hits for Tim McGraw and worked with stars like Steven Tyler.
Born in Nashville, Chase Rice is a country star known for hits like "Eyes On You" & "Drinkin' Beer. Talkin' God. Amen." A dynamic artist, his music has evolved across albums like Lambs & Lions and Ignite the Night, blending life's truths into his evolving sound. Collaborated with Florida Georgia Line.
From Mobile, AL, The Red Clay Strays are a fast-rising band famed for their eclectic rock style. Their hit, "Wondering Why," topped various charts and their album, Moment of Truth, ranks #2 on the Americana Albums Chart. Known for electric live shows and a historic sell-out at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.
Formed in Castlewood, Virginia, 49 Winchester is known for their grassroots rock style. With albums like "The Wind" and "III", they've built a reputation for engaging live shows and progressive songwriting.
Jon Pardi, born in Dixon, California, is a country star known for his dynamic style and hit singles like "Head Over Boots" and "Dirt on My Boots." His albums, including "California Sunrise" and "Heartache Medication," have topped charts. Pardi, who reflects hardcore country, collaborated with Luke Bryan and has numerous accolades.
Genre-blending Whiskey Myers, famed for energetic shows & unique sound, has opened for The Rolling Stones & headlined iconic venues. With 1.5M albums sold & hits in shows like "Yellowstone," they boast 4 RIAA certs.
Parmalee, born in North Carolina, is a top Country band with four #1 hits like "Carolina" & "Just the Way," and over 1B streams. They hold multiple platinum records and collaborated with Blanco Brown.
Georgia-born Austin Snell, a former Air Force vet, mixes hard rock and country into "grunge country." Known for the hit "Excuse the Mess," he's a SiriusXM Highway Find and Artist Accelerator. Collaborated with Presley Aaron and others.
Oklahoma-born Wyatt Flores, a Mexican-American singer-songwriter excels in country music with hits like "Travelin' Kid" & "Please Don’t Go". Known for his raw, honest style, he made his Grand Ole Opry debut and was signed by Island Records.
Country duo Muscadine Bloodline from Mobile, Alabama, blends contemporary vocals with masterful guitar. Known for Billboard-charting EPs, sold-out shows, and a notable Grand Ole Opry debut.
Nashville's ERNEST, known for blending Eminem and George Jones influences, has a unique twist-heavy style earning him 9 No. 1 hits. Winner of 2 CMA Triple Play Awards and 2023 ACM nominee, he's famous for the FLOWER SHOPS albums.
Georgia-born Megan Moroney, inspired by Classic Country and Americana, debuted with "Pistol Made of Roses." Known for "Tennessee Orange" with 156M streams, she's a 2023 CMT nominee and tours nationally.

Venue Info

CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park

861 SE Main St, Simpsonville, SC 29681, USA Directions

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