Pearl Day Festival 2018 will kick off Saturday, May 5th at 10am at Pearl City Park.
Vendors will be set up on the west side (Mary Ann Drive) of the park.
For more information on Pearl Day Vendors, please contact The Pearl Chamber of Commerce at 601-939-3338
Kidzone will be on the east side (Center City Drive) of the Park.
There will be free inflatables and a free petting zoo.
There will also be a dunking booth with proceeds benefiting the Pearl Police Department.
On the Small Stage, local entertainment will be:
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Dwight Brown
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Jessie Howell
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Gypsie-Blu
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Answered Prayer Gospel Band
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM Pearl Jamz
We are very excited about our main entertainment this year; the BIG Stage will be inside the PJH Track and Football Field. Gates will open at 4pm.
Tickets for The Pearl Day Festival concert will be $10 and will go on sale soon.
At 5pm, we welcome to the stage
BURNHAM ROAD from Brandon, MS
Burnham Road is country band with an edge. Lead vocals are split between the brother and sister duo; TJ and Laura Leigh Burnham
NASHVILLE SOUTH from Houma, LA
Nashville South is a rocking country band from South Louisiana and the surrounding region. The Band has established a distinguished history in the short time they have been together. Their musical sound is that of the newer rocking country with some of the true classics that could never be forgotten.
At 8pm, we welcome to the stage; our HEADLINE ENTERTAINER!
She’s had five #1 singles, sold millions of records, won the Academy of Country Music’s Top Female Vocalist Award and claimed a Country Music Association trophy for her signature song, “Born To Fly.”
Sara Evans is one of country’s iconic modern singers and her music has resonated on country radio, at concert halls and amphitheaters, and in fans’ personal playlists.
Her resume now includes 14 Top 20 country hits, ranging from her reassuring first #1 – “No Place That Far,” featuring background vocals by Vince Gill – to the neo-traditional “Suds In The Bucket” to the elegant, spiky pop feel of “Slow Me Down.”