Next Big Entertainment has announced a new music festival called Music for Life, which will take place this summer in Greenville, South Carolina.
The festival will include more than 30 events from the local area, with the festival taking place on Saturday, June 26.
The announcement was made during a panel discussion on Sunday at the Savannah Music Festival, which was moderated by The Savannah Morning News’ Michael Hines.
The Savannah Music and Arts Festival was established in 1999 and has hosted hundreds of music events, with more than $6 million in revenue.
Last year, more than 70,000 people attended Music for a Cause, which brought together local musicians to perform and have workshops, live music, workshops, workshops and music.
“Music for Life is an exciting new opportunity to engage in the arts,” said Greenville Mayor Steve Hill, who was also on the panel.
“Our music community has a lot of talent, but I know we’re a hard city to break into.”
The festival will also have local food trucks, a craft beer garden, an entertainment venue, food trucks and more.
The first phase of the festival is scheduled to run through June 26 and feature more than 40 music acts.
Greenville is located just off Interstate 25 and will be the second city in the South to host a music festival.
In November, the city hosted a free festival called Savannah Music Fest, which also featured local bands and musicians.
In 2015, Greenville hosted the Atlanta Music Fest and it was one of the best events in the country.
The event drew over 300,000 attendees.