Friday, May 31, 2013
WEZL, in a partnership with the Town of Mount Pleasant, presents the third annual Party in the Park, each Tuesday evening in June at the Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park.
The much anticipated artist line-up for this year’s Party in the Park is as follows:
June 4 – Joe Nichols, Rachel Farley, Saul Brooks Band
June 11 – Chris Cagle, Gregg Bates, Southwood
June 18 – Tate Stevens, Jon Pardi, Bryson Jennings
June 25 – Easton Corben, Maggie Rose, Brady Smith
Sponsored by Hardees, Party in the Park is the largest outdoor concert series in the Tricounty area. WEZL, the Lowcountry’s number one country station, hosts the free event each Tuesday evening, beginning June 4 through June 25. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and artists take the PET Diary stage at 6:30 p.m. The event attracts all demographics and showcases live, local music and national performing artists.
The 2013 Party in the Park Summer Concert Series is presented by: The Town of Mount Pleasant, Hardee’s, PET Diary, Low Country Chevy Dealers, Boot Jack, Budweiser, Children’s Discovery Center, Cricket Wireless, Don’t Sweat It, Firefly, Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union, The ManCave of The Lowcountry, Maybank Animal Hospital, Palmetto Exterminators, Seel’s Outboard, Sparians, Windwood Family Services and Wine and Design. Food will be available for purchase from Carvel, Hardee’s, Panera, Papa John’s, Melvin’s BBQ and Refueler’s Mobile Café. The official Party in the Park after-party will take place at The Shelter Kitchen + Bar on Coleman Blvd.
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