TidalWave Music Festival Partners With Rock The Ocean

Article Contributed by THE GREENROOM | Published on Wednesday, May 11, 2022

The inaugural TidalWave Music Festival announced today a partnership with Rock The Ocean, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, to help bring awareness to ocean conservation issues. Rock The Ocean has raised millions of dollars for the cause as a result of their long withstanding partnership with Tortuga Music Festival and will now further the cause at this year’s TidalWave Music Festival, coming to the Beach in Atlantic City from Friday, August 12 through Sunday, August 14.

During TidalWave Music Festival, Rock The Ocean will welcome a group of regional and national nonprofits at the festival’s onsite Conservation Village to educate fans on the problems facing oceans and marine life. These will be focused on 5 Core Issues: Turtle Conservation, Shark Conservation, Marine Pollution, Overfishing, and Coral Reef Degradation. Any nonprofit organizations interested in participating in Conservation Village can email [email protected] or CLICK HERE The festival will be doing a number of sustainability efforts including no plastic straws, hosting an Eco Exchange (trash for trade program), encouraging fans to bring their reusable water bottles and more.
 
TidalWave Music Festival is destined to be the summer of 2022’s hottest ticket and the scenic ocean-side festival’s first year will be anchored by headliners Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan and Morgan Wallen. TidalWave Music Festival will comprise of two stages, with additional main stage acts including Lauren Alaina, Blanco Brown, BRELAND, Travis Denning, Riley Green, Lindsay Ell, HARDY, Jon Langston, Tracy Lawrence, Chase Rice, Runaway June, Elvie Shane, DeeJay Silver, Mitchell Tenpenny, Lainey Wilson. Three-day passes for the one-of-a-kind experience are on-sale now at tidalwavefest.com.

TidalWave Music Festival is the latest addition of country festivals spread across the country including Watershed in George, WA;  Tortuga Music Festival in Ft. Lauderdale. FL and Seven Peaks Music Festival in Colorado. New Jersey's Atlantic City Beach is one of the few American beaches with boardwalks. Fans traveling to TidalWave Music Festival will have the opportunity to  stroll along the Boardwalk and enjoy ocean views on one side and shopping on the other, ranging from high-end retail to saltwater taffy shops, visit one of the many spectacular casinos and restaurants and enjoy the amusement rides at legendary Steel Pier. The free beach and Boardwalk activities include surfing, kayaking, windsurfing and fishing.

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