The first annual High Tide Country Music Festival will take place on November 21 at CoolToday Park in North Port, FL with featured headliner, Walker Hayes. Special guests include Cody Webb, along with one other national recording artist, who will be announced soon. Proceeds from the concert will benefit Suncoast Charities for Children. Local residents, Michelle Hazeltine and Christine Robinson, will serve as Co-Chairs for the Festival.
“We are extremely excited to bring this concert event to CoolToday Park and partner with such a great charity that supports several local non-profits in the South County providing programs and services to children, teens, and adults with special needs,” said Mike Dunn – Vice President of FL Operations for the Atlanta Braves. Suncoast Charities for Children supports Children First, The Florida Center for Early Childhood, Loveland Center, Sarasota County Special Olympics, and Venice Challenger Baseball which are all located in the South Sarasota County area. “The impact that these agency programs and services have on clients with special needs, and their families, is tremendous.
The High Tide Country Music Festival will enable us to raise more money for them and we are extremely grateful to the Atlanta Braves organization for this opportunity,” said Lucy Nicandri – Executive Director for Suncoast Charities for Children.
Tickets start at $25 and go on sale May 1. Preferred and limited VIP seating will also be available. For event sponsorship information call (941) 706-3685.
To purchase tickets, and for concert details, visit the Festival’s website hightidecountrymusicfestival.com (Website going live on March 20).
photo from Suncoast Charities for Children Facebook Page