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Cavendish Beach Music Festival announces more names

Cavendish Beach Music Festival 2018.  ©THE GUARDIAN
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Three more artists have been added to the growing list of entertainers coming to the Cavendish Beach Music Festival.

The mega country and pop music weekend takes place July 6-9.

Just announced on Wednesday were Jon Pardi, who will take to the stage on Sunday, Jimmie Allen, also on Sunday’s list, and the Viper Creek Band, which will entertain the masses on Friday.

Festival passes will be increasing in price this Friday at 10 a.m. A general admission three-day weekend pass will cost $179.50 while a four-day weekend pass will cost $229.

The Cavendish festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.

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Just last month, the festival announced it was branching out into the pop music field by adding multi-platinum selling Canadian artist Shawn Mendes.

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2017 Cavendish Beach Music Festival in photos

As it stands now, here is how the lineup breaks down:

On Friday, July 6, it will be Brett Eldredge, Chase Rice, Meghan Patrick, The Road Hammers, and Viper Creek Band.

On Saturday, July 7, the stage welcomes Chris Young, Dallas Smith, Terri Clark and Lindsay Ell.

On Sunday, July 8, it will be mega-star Luke Bryan, Granger Smith, James Barker Band, Petric, Jon Pardi and Jimmie Allen.

On Monday, July 9 it will be Shawn Mendes, Dan + Shay, Broods, Lauv, Cashmere Cat and Alec Benjamin.

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