I can’t even believe we can say this, but the Barefoot Country Music Festival happening on Wildwood Beach this summer is less than two weeks away!
Kicking off Thursday, August 19, you’ll see Lee Brice, Billy Currington, Dan and Shay, Jimmie Allen, Carrie Underwood, the Zac Brown Band and more taking the stage on Wildwood Beach for four amazing days. of country musical performances! Time is running out to score a pair of tickets.
Luckily, we’ve got you covered this weekend.
On Saturday August 7th, be sure to meet us and qualify for a pair of tickets to the Barefoot Country Music Fest at Buy Rite Liquors in Hammonton or Joe Canals in Rio Grande!
Go up to Hammonton first. You’ll find us on South White Horse Pike at Buy Rite Liquors from noon to 1 p.m. Then go down the AC highway and take the promenade where you will get off at the Rio Grande exit. You will meet us at Joe Canals on Route 47 (Delsea Drive) from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
I’ll be there (Jahna Michal of the Cat Country Morning Show) with your shooting a pair of Barefoot tickets every 20 minutes. If you are good at math then you have already figured out that you will have three chances of winning at each stop. So, 3 chances at Buy Rite and 3 chances at Joe Canals means you have six chances to win tickets on Saturday!
You have to be there to win. The earlier you get to each stop, the better. This way you will be eligible for all three designs!
We see each other on Saturday!
While you’re in Wildwood for the Beach Concert, see how many of these classic motel signs you can spot:
Let’s take a tour of the old and glorious neon signs that still sit atop many 1950s and 1960s motels in Wildwood Crest.
The Beach Fest is in Wildwood; See how the rest of the South Jersey beaches measure up:
A new article currently ranks all beaches in NJ, but we’re focusing on where each beach in South Jersey falls on the scale.
Beach concert weather: hope there is no fog like this during the show
Fog so thick on the Ocean City boardwalk you couldn’t even see the waterline.
The concerts on the beach are great, but there is so much to love about life in New Jersey:
Based on a recent study, New Jersey was recently crowned the Best State to Live in for 2021. Given that New Jersey typically receives heaps of hate every day, you can imagine why Jersey natives were super excited. to hear this news! For them, NJ is not just number one this year, but every year. There is more to love in Garden State than the average person thinks.