Panama City, FL –
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Florida (WMBB) – Residents of Panama City Beach were treated to two festivals over the weekend.
The Unwined event sold out on Friday and Saturday, with a total of 1,800 tickets sold.
Panama City Beach public relations director Lacee Rudd said she was looking forward to putting the event on hold.
“This is something that is being prepared. We had to postpone the event to 2020 due to COVID-19, so this is something we’ve been working on for a year, ”Rudd said. “We are so excited and delighted with the participation and how it all turned out.”
Unwined featured 70 vendor tents and shows. Later, another success story, the Gulf Coast Jam.
“Looks like after the dust settles and everything is gone, we’re going to run it somewhere close to 70,000 people in the park for three days,” said Rendy Lovelady, executive producer of Gulf Coast Jam.
The annual Gulf Coast Jam was canceled on the last Labor Day due to COVID-19. To make up for it this year, Gulf Coast will be back for the second time in 2021, in the fall.
“Labor Day Weekend. September 3, 4 and 5. Chris Stapleton, Old Dominion, and one of my personal favorites that I picked to close our show – Brooks and Dunn, ”Lovelady said.
Next year will be the 10th anniversary of Gulf Coast Jam.
“And I can promise you the names I’m looking at, you’ll be blown away,” Lovelady said.
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