After canceling this year’s Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, due to the pandemic, the 2022 event is coming back even better than ever, adding a fourth night to the star-studded event. Brett Young will headline the night, taking place on June 2, with performances by Jameson Rodgers, Niko Moon and Casi Low.
“We already had the biggest lineup in our history, and we decided to break tradition and add a fourth day to make our 10th anniversary truly a huge celebration,” Executive Producer Rendy Lovelady explains. “We’re excited to have Brett back at the beach, along with all of these other amazing artists.”
“Adding this fourth night of music gives us a great opportunity to bring even more entertainment to an already incredible lineup,” said Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam COO Mark Sheldon. “This is a great option for locals who may not be able to attend all three nights to have the chance to buy a one-day ticket. This also gives us the opportunity to have an extra day to show off our beautiful beaches, great restaurants and other attractions.”
The fourth night is being presented by Royal American Companies and People’s First Insurance
“Royal American Companies and People’s First Insurance are proud to partner with Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam and give back to the wonderful people who make Bay County a great place to live, work and play,” David Chapman, President of Royal American, says. “We want to help local residents and organizations have greater access to attend this amazing event, and presenting an additional night of world-class entertainment for the great citizens of this area both excites us and brings even greater economic impact to the local community.”
The new lineup joins a previously announced list that includes Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion and Brooks & Dunn, who will serve as the event headliners. They will be joined by Scotty McCreery, Gary Allan, Chris Janson, Maddie & Tae, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jordan Davis, Tracy Lawrence and more.
“Next year is our 10th anniversary, so we’re adding more acts to really up the excitement and make this a huge celebration,” Lovelady said when announcing the lineup. “These times continue to be challenging for all of us, and next June is going to be a party!”
“We hated having to move the Labor Day event, but starting fresh next June is exciting for everyone,” Sheldon remarked. “The first weekend in June will be the festival’s permanent new home, and we look forward to hosting our Jammers from all over the world.”
Those who purchased tickets for the Labor Day event will automatically get the fourth night free. Thursday-only tickets will be available beginning at just $29.
The 2022 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam will take place June 2 to June 5 at Frank Brown Park in Panama City Beach, Florida. Tickets can be found at GulfCoastJam.com.