SHINEDOWN, 311 And WEEZER To Headline Third Annual SANDJAM Festival

SHINEDOWN, 311 And WEEZER To Headline Third Annual SANDJAM Festival

SHINEDOWN, 311 and WEEZER will headline the third edition of the SandJam annual rock music festival, set to take place April 24-26, 2020 at Panama City Beach, Florida's M.B. Miller Pier. Another 20 acts are scheduled to perform on two massive stages set right on the beautiful white sand over the three days.

Tickets will be available beginning Friday, November 29 at www.SandJamFest.com.

The headliners will be joined by:

THE STRUTS
JUDAH & THE LION
AJR
RIVAL SONS
SKILLET
MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA
LOVELYTHEBAND
SIR SLY
WHITE REAPER
DOROTHY
THE HIP ABDUCTION
THE STEEL WOODS
MAGIC CITY HIPPIES
DEVON GILFILLIAN
STRAND OF OAKS
SWEET LIZZY PROJECT
HERITAGE
OLIVER HAZARD
SLEEPWALKERS
BONES OWENS

"To be able to hit the ground running with a lineup like this is incredible," said SandJam executive producer Rendy Lovelady. "The headliners alone have over 12 million social media followers, so we're anticipating thousands of avid fans heading to PCB in April."

Unique to large-scale music festivals, the two stages face each other at opposite ends of the beach. The opening act performs on one of the stages, and subsequent artists alternate between the two, so there is very little down time between performances. Music will be virtually non-stop over the three days.

"Transforming the M.B. Miller Pier area into a music venue is fascinating," said SandJam COO Mark Sheldon. "We lay hundreds of sheets of DuraDeck, the same material used by the military to build temporary roads, on the sand to accommodate heavy equipment moving tons of gear, staging, sound and lights into place. The same material acts as sidewalks to help with accessibility during the festival."

Food, drink, clothing and craft vendors fill the M.B. Miller Pier parking lot, creating a fun atmosphere for attendees to eat, drink, shop and catch up with friends.

Stay tuned to www.SandJamFest.com, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for 2020 SandJam updates regarding talent, tickets, lodging, special offers and more.

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