SandJam Presented by Pepsi has released the full lineup for the 2nd annual rock music festival set for April 26, 27 & 28, 2019 at Panama City Beach’s M.B. Miller Pier. KINGS OF LEON, THIRD EYE BLIND and YOUNG THE GIANT are set to headline, and over 20 more acts are scheduled to perform on two massive stages set right on the beautiful white sand over the three days.
The headliners will be joined by COLD WAR KIDS, DIRTY HEADS, THE REVIVALISTS, BLACKBERRY SMOKE, ANDERSON EAST, KONGOS, MAX FROST, JJ GREY & MOFRO, YEASAYER, ALICE MERTON, THE SHADOWBOXERS, BRANDON “TAZ” NIEDERAURER, THEM DIRTY ROSES, HERITAGE, MATT AND KIM, COIN, PARACHUTE, WE THE KINGS, THE WAR AND TREATY, KIRSTIE LOVELADY and WELLES.
We are beyond excited about these headliners, Kings of Leon and Third Eye Blind are absolutely huge, and Young The Giant looks like they’ll have their first #1 single when the Festival rolls around.Rendy Lovelady – SandJam Executive Producer
Setting up two large stages directly on the beach is unique to large-scale music festivals. Artists alternate from one stage to the other, so there is very little down time between acts, and music will be virtually non-stop over the three days.
Over 20,000 music lovers descended on Panama City Beach at the inaugural SandJam Presented by Pepsi. Last July, the Bay County Commission, The Panama City Beach Tourism Development Council and SandJam organizers committed to bring the festival back to the same location for at least the next three years.
Transforming the M.B. Miller Pier area into a music venue was no small task at the inaugural event. Over 800 sheets of DuraDeck, the same material used by the military to build temporary roads, were placed on the sand to accommodate semi trucks and trailers and other heavy equipment moving tons of gear, staging, sound and lights into place. Food, drink, clothing and craft vendors filled the parking lot, creating a fun atmosphere for attendees to eat, drink, shop and catch up with friends. A massive fireworks display capped an incredible event immediately following Incubus’ headline performance on the final night.