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Ocala singer wins chance to open for Cole Swindell, Dylan Scott

An Ocala singer will open for Dylan Scott and Cole Swindell at next month’s SunFest in West Palm Beach after winning the opportunity through a vote-based competition.

Noah Hunton will perform on the Ford Stage at the concert on Saturday, May 4. According to the festival schedule, Hunton and his band will perform after three other acts, opening for Dylan Scott. Hunton is scheduled to take the stage at 6:45 p.m., while Scott is scheduled to take the stage at 8 p.m.

Noah Hunton has won the chance to open for Dylan Scott and Cole Swindell at this year's SunFest in West Palm Beach. (Photo: Noah Hunton)
Noah Hunton has won the chance to open for Dylan Scott and Cole Swindell at this year’s SunFest in West Palm Beach. (Photo: Noah Hunton)

Swindell is scheduled to perform right after Scott at 9:45 p.m.

Hunton was one of two artists who won the opportunity to “Open For an Icon,” winning the popular vote in the country artist category.

SunFest kicks off on Friday, May 3 in West Palm Beach. For more information on the festival, or to purchase tickets to see Noah Hunton, visit SunFest online.

Hunton is no stranger to the big lights, having previously opened for Hinder, Tristan Tritt, Colt Ford, and Craig Campbell, among other big-name acts.

Over the past year, the Ocala country singer has released several new singles. On Monday, Hunton previewed a new single that will drop on the same day that he performs at SunFest.

Entitled “A Little Less Jack, And A Little More Jesus,” Hunton is encouraging his followers to presave the album through streaming services.

Last month, Hunton released “Everywhere Else” across all platforms.

In November, Hunton released “Bartender,” and in October, he released “Shotgun Ridin’.” Both songs have accumulated thousands of streams across various platforms.

On Friday, Hunton will perform at the Levitt AMP Concert Series

For more information on one of Ocala’s rising young country artists, visit Noah Hunton online, or follow him through Apple Music, Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, or TikTok.