PANAMA Metropolis Beach — Northwest Florida Beaches Worldwide Airport (ECP) is bringing back its Wheels Up Summer season Songs Series for a next year to celebrate the pleasure of traveling to spot beaches.
Wheels Up will attribute reside performances from neighborhood musicians providing a entertaining shock for passengers touring via the airport on Saturdays in July.
“Passengers might observe airports and airways alike are functioning challenging to rekindle the pleasure of touring by giving far better foodstuff and beverage possibilities or much more in-flight entertainment possibilities,” mentioned Parker McClellan, ECP executive director. “At ECP, we are bringing back the ECP Wheels Up Summer time Tunes Sequence as an extension of ECP Benefits consumer appreciation efforts.”
The performances — that includes a combine of nation, pop and rock — will take put at the airport’s terminal around the TSA safety checkpoints.
Here’s a look at the lineup:
July 2 — Gene Mitchell, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
July 9 — Gene Mitchell and Bryan Whitley, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
July 16 and 23 — Christon Birge, noon to 3 p.m.
July 30 — Chris Alvarado, midday to 3 p.m.
The live shows are made to rejoice the airport’s Tremendous Summer time Weekends and are geared toward vacationers who might use the time amongst flights to appreciate dwell tunes. McClellan explained the goal is to revitalize the pleasure of traveling after the limits brought about by the COVID pandemic.
“We are always in search of techniques to elevate the passenger practical experience at ECP,” McClellan explained. “Our passenger activity degrees more than the earlier calendar year convey to a optimistic tale — one of optimism and an eagerness for travel. The ECP Wheels Up Summertime New music Collection is one particular of the means we thank our passengers for selecting our airport.”
For more details on ECP’s tunes sequence, go to www.iflybeaches.com.
This short article originally appeared on The Information Herald: Reside Audio Series returns to Bay County airport on Saturdays in July