Big Pine Festival all set to make its presence felt

The stages are all set in place, the vendors are shifting their wares on place and the forty music artists are all set for this weekend’s 1st Big Pine Music Fest that starts tonight at 6 pm at Exchange Club Fairgrounds. Arranged mainly by 340 Creative Group, the Big Pine Fest would feature national artists like Shovels & Rope, John Anderson, Clarence Carter, Chris Stapleton ans Drake White & Big Fire, as well as well known regional acts such as Highway 55, Saint Francis, Evan Barber & the Dead Gamblers, Dusty Boots and the Bo Henry Band.
As they set up the primary Big Pine Stage at fairgrounds on Wednesday night, the 340 principals Justin Andrews and Evan Barber cautiously admitted to optimism as the event kickoff rapidly approached. In different conversations, both of them stated that they feel a lot better regarding the whole fest now than he did at this time previous week.
Evan Barber said that in the past few days advance ticket sales have picked up. It appears that the last couple of weeks that everyone’s talking about the festival. The ticket sales have gone up, and there appears to be a lot more excitement regarding what’s going on.
Andrews stated that nineteen vendors, each selling unique and different — have signed on to be a part of the activities of the weekend. Evan stated that he really expects that their community would come out and back the fest. It would really be a great time and there would be a great music.

The stages are all set in place, the vendors are shifting their wares on place and the forty music artists are all set for this weekend’s 1st Big Pine Music Fest that starts tonight at 6 pm at Exchange Club Fairgrounds. Arranged mainly by 340 Creative Group, the Big Pine Fest would feature national artists like Shovels & Rope, John Anderson, Clarence Carter, Chris Stapleton ans Drake White & Big Fire, as well as well known regional acts such as Highway 55, Saint Francis, Evan Barber & the Dead Gamblers, Dusty Boots and the Bo Henry Band.

As they set up the primary Big Pine Stage at fairgrounds on Wednesday night, the 340 principals Justin Andrews and Evan Barber cautiously admitted to optimism as the event kickoff rapidly approached. In different conversations, both of them stated that they feel a lot better regarding the whole fest now than he did at this time previous week.

Evan Barber said that in the past few days advance ticket sales have picked up. It appears that the last couple of weeks that everyone’s talking about the festival. The ticket sales have gone up, and there appears to be a lot more excitement regarding what’s going on.

Andrews stated that nineteen vendors, each selling unique and different — have signed on to be a part of the activities of the weekend. Evan stated that he really expects that their community would come out and back the fest. It would really be a great time and there would be a great music.

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