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Bearded Face Productions presents the strongest lineup to date for the 7th Annual Mustang Spring Jam with five national touring bands playing nonstop live music at Mike Dianna’s Grill Room in Corolla from 1pm-10pm on Sunday, May 20.

The Marcus King Band from Greenville, South Carolina will headline Mustang Spring Jam 7, bringing soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock to the event. The highly sought-after band is a group of masterful musicians who play everything from funky R&B to Americana.

Other bands that will be rocking the two stages at Mustang Spring Jam 7 are progressive American folk band Fireside Collective of Asheville, NC, indie rock-reggae band Of Good Nature from Charlotte, NC, progressive southern funk rock band Porch 40 from Cullowhee, NC, and Outer Banks reggae band Sensi Trails. Student bands from the Mustang Outreach Program will also take the stage at Mustang Spring Jam.

Below is the stage lineup for Spring Jam:
- Doors open at 12:30pm
Mustang Outreach Program student bands on the main stage at 1pm
Porch 40 on the main stage at 3pm
Sensi Trails on the deck stage at 4pm
Of Good Nature on the main stage at 5:15pm
Fireside Collective on the deck stage at 6:30pm
The Marcus King Band on the main stage at 8pm

Mike Dianna’s Grill Room will be serving their outdoor cookout menu and selling beer, wine and cocktails throughout the event.

Mustang Spring Jam 7 tickets are $25 in advance and $30 day of show. Children 12 and under are free. A very limited number of advance only VIP tickets are available for $99. The VIP tickets will provide the ultimate guest experience with access inside Mike Dianna’s Grill Room for a fabulous brunch and delectable dinner, three beverage tickets and a private bar. VIP guests will also have early access to the venue.

Tickets to the family-friendly event can be purchased HERE, at Trio in Kitty Hawk and at Mike Dianna's Grill Room in Corolla.

A portion of the proceeds from Mustang Spring Jam 7 will go to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund and the Mustang Outreach Program. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund protects, conserves, and responsibly manages the herd of wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs roaming freely on the northernmost Currituck Outer Banks. The Mustang Outreach Program supplements the cultural arts programs in local schools with world class music performances, residencies and mentoring programs.

For sponsorship information, please click here.