Freestyle Music Park has only been rollin’ since May and although they say this year was overall successful the park is facing 16 lawsuits for debts owed. The latest lawsuit against Freestyle Music Park was filed by Sheriar Press Inc., a Myrtle Beach company that filed a collections suit in Circuit Court last Tuesday. Despite the recent lawsuits, Freestyle spokesperson Michelle Cantey says they are looking forward.
“We’re making every effort to get in touch with each of our vendors and working out payment terms with them on moneys owed. We are very fortunate that we are being able to move forward on the future of Freestyle Music Park and hope to have an announcement in the very near future,” says Cantey.
Cantey says they expect good things to come in the near future.
“It’s a matter of paperwork at this point, so once everything is confirmed we’ll be happy to make a public announcement,” says Cantey.
Freestyle may be struggling paying its debtors the money owed, but Cantey says the amusement park doesn’t want that to ruin its reputation.
“We think we had a wonderful inaugural season. We had great response from the public who did come out, and our season pass holders were fantastic fans. We have had wonderful response from the community, as far as they loved the improvements we did to the park. We added our family section, the kids section,” says Cantey.
Freestyle was previously the site of Hard Rock Park , which went bankrupt.