Tidelands Health to serve as official health system for Carolina Country Music Fest in Myrtle Beach
The tens of thousands of people who descend on Myrtle Beach for Carolina Country Music Fest this summer will benefit from expert health and wellness tips from Tidelands Health.
The region’s largest health care provider is once again serving as the official health system of the premier festival, which attracted a sell-out crowd of 35,000 people last year.
“Our team of experts is happy to share useful tips to help festival-goers have a safe experience as they take in all the fun and incredible performances that Carolina Country Music Fest offers,” said Ashley Capps, vice president of nursing and operations at Tidelands Health.
Set for June 9-12 at Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place, CCMF will feature performances by more than 30 artists including Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban and Chase Rice.
In advance of CCMF, attendees will be able to find useful health and wellness information through emails from event organizers, social media and the CCMF app. The tips will continue during the event on the jumbo screens at the festival.
Tidelands Health representatives also will be on site throughout the festival to distribute health and wellness information.
“The safety tips and support Tidelands Health provides are always well received by attendees,” said Bob Durkin, president of Carolina Country Music Fest. “Tidelands Health has proven to be an incredible partner in helping our attendees stay healthy as they enjoy the live music, food, vendors and the entire multi-day CCMF experience.”