The rescheduled Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, featuring Luke Bryan and Brad Paisley, might have just wrapped up last month, but fortunately, the annual Labor Day weekend three-day event is only a couple of months away, and features another list of amazing talent.
Chris Stapleton, Old Dominion and Brooks & Dunn will headline the upcoming Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, which boasts an all-star lineup that also includes Gary Allan, Chris Janson, Scotty McCreery, Tracy Lawrence, Darryl Worley, among others.
We are back at Gulf Coast Jam this year! Excited to play September 4th! It’s always a big party with great music!! pic.twitter.com/zY9j9ty8Tv
— Darryl Worley (@darrylworley) June 30, 2021
“We just got the stage taken down from last month’s rescheduled Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, and we are doing another one Labor Day Weekend!” Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam Executive Producer Rendy Lovelady tells Everything Nash. “We’re incredibly excited about this lineup. We really try to have a little something for everyone, and it’s going to be really special to have Darryl Worley back with us to sing ‘Have You Forgotten’ for the 20th anniversary of 9/11.”
The previous Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, which was rescheduled twice from its original September 2020 date, over coronavirus concerns, marked the largest music festival in 15 months, since the start of the pandemic, when it took place June 4 to 6. More than 23,000 people attended each day, topping the attendance record set in 2019.
“We knew our Jammers were ready to get out, but we sure didn’t expect to break records,” Lovelady said after the event. “We waited 20 months for this to happen, and it was definitely worth the wait.
“The best comment I heard from someone was, ‘it was great to get out and feel music again,'” he added.
The Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam will take place September 3 to 5 at Frank Brown Park. Military and first responder discounts are available. Find more information, and purchase tickets, by visiting GulfCoastJam.com.