Some of the biggest country stars of today are heading to northwest Georgia this October for the 2023 edition of Rome River Jam. Set to take place October 21-22, the two-day event will be once again be held at the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds.
Bringing together thousands of country music fans to Rome each year, the 2023 weekend will see headlining sets from the likes of country darling Lainey Wilson, Texas tunesmith Parker McCollum and the electric Bailey Zimmerman.
Elsewhere during the two days of music, fans will be treated to performances from Tracy Lawrence, Chase Matthew, Jon Langston, Gavin Adcock and Baylee Littrell.
Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news on line-up announcements, the latest ticket and festival pass details, and any further exciting info and details for 2023.
Rome River Jam held its first event in 2007 after its founder, Jay Shell, cleaned up Ridge Ferry Park while working for the Rome Department of Parks and Recreation. Seeing the potential for the park to host a concert, he took out a loan against his house to fund the first show which was headlined by alternative rock band, Sister Hazel.
Seamlessly blending together new faces and big hitters alike, the festival's stage has been graced by Jamey Johnson, Brantley Gilbert, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Blackberry Smoke, Old Dominion, Cole Swindell, Sam Hunt, Tracy Lawrence and several others.
2022 saw another successful roster of talent, featuring acts like Jelly Roll, Riley Green, Koe Wetzel, Kolby Cooper, Clay Walker, Priscilla Block, Hunter Chastain and Dalton Dover.
When tickets to Rome River Jam 2023 are released, they'll be available to purchase below: