CMC Rocks has announced an exclusive event on Apple Music, ‘CMC Rocks Your Yard’, that will take Australia’s love of country to the world.
From Friday March 19th to Sunday March 21st between 7PM AEDT (6PM QLD) and 9PM AEDT (8PM QLD), ‘CMC Rocks Your Yard’ will stream live on Apple Music Country globally. It will deliver the hottest mixture of local and international country music, never-before-heard interviews, some of the best live performances ever to hit the CMC Rocks stage, and so much more.
Australia and the world can join host Morgan Evans as he takes a trip down memory lane: starting at 2008’s first annual CMC Rocks in the Snowy Mountains, he’ll make his way to 2019’s epic sold out CMC Rocks QLD which was headlined by Florida Georgia Line, Luke Combs, and Thomas Rhett.
“CMC Rocks QLD may have been postponed for 2021, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get the family together safely, to have a bit of a party next month! We know everyone’s feeling it, it’s been a tough time for a lot of people. We’re missing it too, that amazing energy that comes each March when CMC Rocks kicks off. But I think together with Apple Music, we’ve put together the next best thing – CMC Rocks Your Yard. It’s gonna be a hoot!”, said Michael Chugg, Festival Director.
Across the weekend that the 2021 festival would have taken place, CMC Rocks and Apple Music are encouraging music lovers near and far to gather their mates, laugh, dance, reminisce, and celebrate all things country music with this special streaming event.
Listeners can expect live performances from Luke Combs, Kelsea Ballerini, Dean Brody, Dan + Shay. Festival favourites Lee Kernaghan, The McClymonts, The Wolfe Brothers, Brothers Osborne, and Lee Brice join the party, sharing some favourite moments from their CMC Rocks visits, what they think makes the event so special, and why Australian country fans are the best in the world.
Head to Apple Music, tap Radio, and scroll down to Apple Music Country to hear CMC Rocks Your Yard from Friday March 19th to Sunday March 21st between 7PM AEDT (6PM QLD) and 9PM AEDT (8PM QLD).