Thursday, September 15, 2016

Entertainment schedule for this weekend's Boots at the Beach country music festival announced

The official entertainment schedule for North Wildwood's second annual Boots at the Beach country music festival has been released.

Bands listed below will perform on the Main Stage on Olde New Jersey Avenue (bios from the official event website)...

Friday, September 16th

3 - 6 PM:  The Sherwood Brothers

Influenced by 50s rockabilly, classic country, and 70s & 80s rock, the Sherwood Brothers deliver everything from Johnny Cash to Peter Gabriel, the Beatles to Rush, Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones to Big & Rich and The Charlie Daniels Band. The band’s unique set list features kick-ass acoustic renditions of rock and country essentials, from classic and southern to contemporary and alternative.

6 - 9 PM:  Shot of Southern

Shot of Southern is a pure in-your-face country band providing today's country hits and a little of the past. The band was picked by Tim McGraw and his team to open up for him at this summer's beach concert in Wildwood - now they're ready to bring the party to Olde New Jersey Ave!

Saturday, September 17th

Noon - 3 PM:  Steel Creek

SteelCreek is a six-member band located in the Lehigh Valley Area of Pennsylvania. We sing LIVE "new country" cover songs as well as some classic tunes. They select danceable music so this is your band if you enjoy country line dancing. But, if you prefer listening to music, instead of dancing, SteelCreek will have you clapping and swaying in your seats.

3 - 6 PM:  Shot of Southern

If you don't get to catch Shot of Southern on Friday, here's the second chance!

6 - 9/10 PM:  Philbilly

Philbilly is the Philadelphia area's answer to country music. A unique collection of musicians from varying backgrounds, each member was selected not only for their musical prowess, but their ability to put on a show. Philbilly brings an insurmountable amount of talent and energy to each and every performance. With dozens of songs in their repertoire, hundreds of fans follow them up and down I-95.

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