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HARDY, Jelly Roll and Eric Church to Headline Rock the South 2024

October 30, 2023 1:16 pm GMT
Last Edited December 18, 2023 9:48 pm GMT

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Rock The South has unveiled its star-studded 2024 line-up, with HARDY, Jelly Roll and Eric Church confirmed as the blockbuster trio of headliners for the much-loved country extravaganza.

Also set to perform at the Alabama festival is Parker McCollum, Oliver Anthony, Warren Zeiders, Nelly, Flatland Cavalry, Priscilla Block, Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Nate Smith and more.

Attendees at the July 18-20 event will be keenly looking forward to seeing HARDY deliver a range of his rock-tinged anthems, with the ‘wait in the truck’ hitmaker continuing to establish himself as one of the most revered songwriters of his generation.

Eric Church is another colossal draw, with the North Carolina native having spent much of 2023 out on the road as part of his hugely popular Outsiders Revival tour.

Jelly Roll completes the list of headliners, with the genre-blending maverick set to light up the Cullman stage with his arsenal of fiery, soul-stirring offerings, including his two Country Radio chart-toppers, ‘Son of a Sinner’ and ‘Need A Favor’.

As has become tradition at Rock The South, along with some of the biggest names in country music, ticket-holders will get the chance to witness an array of exciting up-and-coming acts.

Wyatt Flores, Alana Springsteen, Warren Zeiders, Oliver Anthony, Treaty Oak Revival and Nate Smith will all provide eagerly anticipated sets, while more established acts such as Parker McCollum and Flatland Cavalry will also attract a packed-out crowd.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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