CCMF Lineup & Tickets
The Carolina Country Music Fest is back and better than ever! The 2022 event is being held at the usual location – Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion Place – between 8th and 9th Avenues N in front of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Will Call is again being held at Ground Zero, just off 9th Ave N across from the Main Festival Entrance. Its hours of operation are June 7th & 8th from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and June 9th-12th from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Starting on Thursday evening (June 9th) and continuing through late Sunday (June 12th), CCMF’ers will have the opportunity to hear more than 50 internationally renowned and up-and-coming country artists perform across five stages. Here’s the daily schedule breakdown:
- Thursday, June 9th – 6:00-11:30 p.m.
- Friday, June 10th – 1:00-11:30 p.m.
- Saturday, June 11th – 1:00-11:30 p.m.
- Sunday, June 12th – 1:00-11:30 p.m.
The 2022 CCMF headliners are Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban and Chase Rice. Other notable country music artists performing at this year’s festival include Chris Lane, Riley Green, Chris Janson, Jon Pardi, Jimmie Allen and Gabby Barrett. Pursue the full 2022 Lineup plus any past lineups on the ].
As of May 18th, tickets for CCMF 2022 are SOLD OUT, but don’t worry! We have insider information to help you secure a legit ticket and still attend this year’s festival. First, review these tips for purchasing CCMF tickets from a 3rd party site. As the dates of the festival draw nearer, more and more fake tickets and scam ads will begin appearing. Do your research before making any rash purchases.
Second, be on the lookout for businesses giving away tickets. In the weeks leading up to CCMF 2022, radio stations, restaurants near the concert and other local establishments will start advertising last-minute ticket giveaways. One of these last-minute giveaways includes Gator 107.9 radio station who is offering seven giveaway opportunities from May 20th to June 4th. Take advantage of these free CCMF tickets!
Planning Ahead For CCMF 2022
As the days on the calendar keep ticking away, you are surely starting to get ready for the upcoming Carolina Country Music Fest and your visit to Myrtle Beach. No matter if you are staying at Dayton House Resort or another oceanfront resort in the area, we’re here to help you prepare and pack for your upcoming trip. Here are a few helpful reminders as you begin preparations:
- Download the 2022 CCMF app for venue maps, vendor lists & more.
- Register and activate your CCMF wristband as soon as it arrives in the mail.
- Embrace the cashless experience of CCMF by connecting a credit or debit card to your RFID wristband – accepted by all on-site vendors.
- Review CCMF 2022 Theme Nights to be sure you pack just the right outfit & accessories.
- Check CCMF bag policies beforehand to help decrease the amount of time it takes to get through festival security.
How To CCMF Like A Pro
Now that your mind is in festival preparation mode, we’ve created a simple survival kit list to help CCMF’ers have the best possible experience in 2022. Depending on your mode of transportation to Myrtle Beach, you may want to purchase some of these items once you are in town. In any case, here are the must-have items to have in order to CCMF like a pro:
- Appropriate footwear. While we know style is very important, don’t forget the amount of time you will be standing and the grassy/sandy ground you’ll be walking on.
- Cheap sunglasses. Eye protection is a must, but don’t wear your most expensive pair of shades. There is always the chance at a concert that your sunglasses will get lost or stepped on.
- Sunscreen. Myrtle Beach’s typical temperatures in June are in the mid-80s which means lots of sunshine. Be prepared and don’t get burnt on day one.
- Portable charger. There’s nothing worse than being at an amazing concert without a way to document the experience. Be prepared.
- Beach towel. When it’s time to take a break between performances and grab a bit to eat, pull out your cute beach towel and easily create the perfect picnic spot.
- A hat. The shade created by a big floppy hat will not only protect your eyes but also provide shade for your shoulders.
- Deodorant. Let’s be honest, everyone sweats, but you can easily stay fresh and clean.
- Extra hair ties. These nifty tools can keep the hair off your neck or help tie up your t-shift.
- Adhesive bandages. Easily protect an accidental scrape or unwanted blister. (*Three First Aid tents are located inside the festival.)
CCMF Parking & Event Traffic Patterns
If you are staying at an oceanfront resort, like Dayton House, it’s simple to walk from your hotel suite to the festival and escape the hassle of parking. Even if your hotel seems too far to walk to at the end of the night, you can easily grab a ride using Uber or Lyft. If you must drive to the festival, we have helpful information on parking, traffic patterns and entrance locations.
Gates typically open 30 minutes prior to start time, but we advise festival attendees arrive early to secure their place in line. The official CCMF parking lot is at the old Myrtle Square Mall location where a free shuttle is provided from the lot to the festival grounds. A parking pass is required for this lot, available in a single-day pass or four-day pass, which can be purchased online or on the app. This lot is open Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to midnight and Friday – Saturday from noon to midnight.
Whether you are walking or driving, use the quick links below to easily navigate to CCMF’s official parking lot, the Main Festival Entrance and the two VIP Entrances.
Event Traffic Patterns For CCMF 2022
Each year, the City of Myrtle Beach does its best to protect CCMF’ers while also keeping a steady flow of traffic around the festival. This year will be no different. Plans are being made to close sections of 8th & 9th Ave N around the festival and a portion of Ocean Boulevard in front of the festival. There will also be a special traffic pattern set up during concert times to divert traffic away from the main roads and keep traffic moving. While the official announcement has not yet been made, we predict it will be very similar to last year’s plan.