Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam will make its return to Panama City Beach, Florida from June 1 - 4 2023.
Confirmed as the four headliners are Kenny Chesney, HARDY, Miranda Lambert and Kane Brown. Kenny steps in to replace Morgan Wallen on the line-up, due to the latter being placed on six weeks of voice rest after re-injuring his vocal chords during a recent run of shows.
The festival has also confirmed there will be 30 more artists playing the 2023 festival, making one of the biggest versions of the festival yet. Joining the headliners will be big-name acts such as Justin Moore, Ernest, Chase Rice, Gabby Barrett and more.
Listed by Billboard as one of “The 10 Best Country Music Festivals,” the Gulf Coast Jam Presented by Jim Beam is the largest music event in the southeast. Organisers added an extra day in 2022 to commemorate the festival’s 10-year anniversary. The fourth day was such a success, the decision was made to make the additional day a permanent part of the schedule.
Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam had a huge year in 2022, presenting sets from headliners Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion, Brooks & Dunn and Brett Young.
Gary Allan, Chris Janson, Scotty McCreery, Jordan Davis, Maddie & Tae, Mitchell Tenpenny, Tracy Lawrence, Randy Rogers Band, Frankie Ballard and Jameson Rodgers also joined in on the festivities.
Tyler Rich, Darryl Worley, Corey Smith, Niko Moon, Ryan Griffin, Steve Moakler, Elvie Shane, Casi Joy, Tigirlily, Nate Barnes, Confederate Railroad, Presley & Taylor and Chandler Flint completed the 2022 bill.
For the full Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam 2023 line-up so far, see below:
Thursday June 1st
Them Dirty Roses
Friday June 2nd
Saturday June 3rd
Sunday June 4th
In addition to this, the festival has confirmed that there will also be four Jim Beam Welcome Sessions Artists.
Tickets to Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam 2023 are now sold out, but fans can sign up for the waiting list here.
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