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Gulf Coast Jam 2024: Morgan Wallen, Jelly Roll and More

Gulf Coast Jam 2024 has a stacked line-up of country artists. Read on to learn who is performing and what to expect from the festival.

The Gulf Coast Jam takes place in Panama City Beach, Florida. The festival begins on May 30th and lasts until June 2nd, 2024.

Morgan Wallen’s appearance in 2024 is warmly welcomed. The country artist could not attend this year’s event due to a six-week vocal rest. We previously covered said vocal rest and the controversy that ensued.

Festival Executive Producer Rendy Lovelady commented on Wallen headlining the event.

“As we said last year, Morgan Wallen is one of the most requested headliners we have ever had in the history of Gulf Coast Jam, and his star is continuing to shine even brighter,” Lovelady shared. “We’ve been working feverishly with Morgan and his team over the last three weeks to figure out a way to get him down here next year, and we’re happy to announce he is locked for 2024!”

Regarding rapper turned country singer Jelly Roll, Lovelady commented the following.

“Jelly Roll is absolutely exploding, and he was one of the top artists our Jammers kept raving about when we started putting our lineup together,” Lovelady said. “We can’t be more excited to have him as one of our headliners next year.”

Gulf Coast Jam Presented by Jim Beam COO Mark Sheldon added the following.

“Jelly Roll sold out Bridgestone Arena in Nashville last year, he’s winning awards, and his music and his amazing story are connecting with fans in a huge way,” Sheldon added. “We can’t wait to have him on our stage next June!”

Gulf Coast Jam: More Info

The 2023 Gulf Coast Jam drew in 30,000 fans. It was the first time the festival ever sold out. Safe to say the organizers are hoping for a similar turn-out next year. Headliners for 2023’s edition included Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Kane Brown and Hardy.

Tickets for the festival are available via Gulf Coast Jam’s official website.

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