High Tide Country Music Festival Postponed Until Next Year

Coconut Telegraph

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Organizers for the first annual High Tide Country Music Festival, scheduled to take place on November 21 at CoolToday Park in North Port, FL, announced today that the Festival will be postponed until November 20, 2021. Featured headliner, Walker Hayes, and special guest, Cody Webb, were scheduled to perform with proceeds benefitting Suncoast Charities for Children. Local residents, Michelle Hazeltine and Christine Robinson, will continue to serve as volunteer Co-Chairs for the Festival. “We are disappointed to make this announcement and want to be sure we do what is best for the artists, attendees, our employees, and the charity. We are committed to make this Festival happen at the right time and intend to support it as an annual event for Suncoast Charities for Children,” said Mike Dunn - Vice President of FL Operations for the Atlanta Braves.

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