The Gulfport Music Festival: The Biggest Party on the Coast

The Gulfport Music Festival: The Biggest Party on the Coast

Ready to check out "The Biggest Party on the Coast"? The annual Gulfport Music Festival is just that. People come from all around to enjoy the two-day outdoor music festival in Gulfport, Mississippi.

Join thousands to enjoy two full days of your favorite music on the main stage. Three Doors Down and Ludacris headline the festival this year. It's packed with other great acts as well. Check out Fuel, Sister Hazel, Shaggy, Quad City DJs, Bubba Sparxxx, Sugar Ray and many more. There are 16 acts in all. Check out the lineup to see the complete schedule. 

The Gulfport Music Festival takes place Friday, October 6th, and Saturday, October 7th. It is held at Jones Park, also known as the Front Yard for the State of Mississippi. Jones Park is located at the very south end of Highway 49, in the center of the city of Gulfport. 

Corona, Miller Lite, and Pepsi are some of the sponsors of the event. They will be selling beverages in different areas throughout the festival at reasonable prices for all festival-goers. 

Secure an earlybird General Admission Weekend Pass now for only $35. Tickets are given assigned seating, but the entire festival is general admission only. Each ticket includes a pass for both days and unlimited reentry before 6 pm each day. VIP Weekend Passes are also available. They include unlimited reentry throughout the weekend, access to the VIP viewing area near the stage, as well as free food, beer, water, and soft drinks in the VIP tent.

Need more information? Call (228) 388-2001 or email gulfportmusicfest@alphamediausa.co with any questions. Be sure to also like the Gulfport Music Festival on Facebook and follow the Festival on Twitter to keep getting up-to-date information on the Festival.

Ready to join in the fun? Tickets are going quickly. Be sure to reserve your tickets now to save yourself a spot.

If you are looking for a hotel for this event, you can reserve one of our suites today.


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