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What is being built on the site in Hampstead where the Spot Festival has been held?

Although the land is being developed, nothing is being built on 14221 N. U.S. 17 in Hampstead, which is the site that hosts the N.C. Spot Festival.

According to a post on the Spot Festival’s Facebook page, the property grounds are being leveled to make the land more marketable. The land has been for sale for several years, but had not been sold as of mid-July.

“They are not leveling the ground for the purpose/benefit of the festival, it is for the purpose of marketing the land better,” the post stated. “However the level ground will be awesome for the festival.”

The Spot Festival Committee said it was in regular communication with the property’s owner and were thankful for being allowed to use the land for so many years.

Should the land be sold, the post stated, the festival would find a new home, but the 2017 Spot Festival will be held in the same location on U.S. 17 in Hampstead.

The festival runs from Sept. 23-24. For more information, visit http://www.ncspotfestival.com/.

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Leon Elam

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