New Outdoor Action Sports Park Hosting Country Music Festival
Photo courtesy of Florida Tracks & Trails
The excitement surrounding the grand opening of the outdoor action sports park Florida Tracks & Trails in Punta Gorda, Florida, has thrill seekers ready to hit the dirt, but the addition of an inaugural music festival will make this a must-visit destination.
According to a statement from the Florida Tracks & Trails management, the outdoor park will be first opened to the public for the 2015 edition of the Country Life Music Festival, which will take place on the fairgrounds in the park from April 24-26.
The lineup for the festival is impressive for country music fans, and should be enough to entice people to visit the outdoor park. With performances from Reba McEntire, Hank Williams Jr, Billy Currington, Big & Rich, Charlie Daniels, .38 Special and many other stars, this should be the perfect mixture of action packed adventure and a Southern party atmosphere.
Founder of the Country Life Music Festival, Brad Maloney, released a statement about the backdrop of this year’s event:
“This venue is amazing, there is nothing like this in this part of the country. Folks are just not going to believe their eyes when it is complete. It is an outdoorsman's paradise, a great destination for families and the perfect venue for our festival brand.”
Visitors who purchase a festival pass will have access to several dirt bike trails—including the amateur, beginner, peewee and side-by-side tracks—the ATV trails, the paintball park and the beach. The park itself will be opened for full-time business in May, but this is the first opportunity for fans to get a sneak peak at what everyone is talking about.
For those who seek adventure on vacation, Florida Tracks & Trails is a 1,000-acre park featuring 22 miles of off-road-vehicle trails, four motocross tracks, 80 acres of paintball fields, a 12-acre freshwater beach and lake and the 56-acre event grounds that hosts the 2015 Country Life Music Festival, according to the park’s official website.
If your family is looking for a little more adventure in a late-April vacation, be one of the first to tame the terrain of the new Florida Tracks & Trails while enjoying some great country music.
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