Set for September 4-6 at Frank Brown Park in Panama City Beach, Florida, the annual Country on the Coast Festival will feature a diverse batch of talent, including Billy Ray Cyrus, Tenille Townes, Jordan Davis, Riley Green and more. Now back for its eighth year, the festival announced it would proceed as planned last week despite lingering COVID-19 concerns — and according to organizers, fans have welcomed the news with open arms.
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“The enthusiasm we’ve seen through ticket sales and comments on social media since we announced the headliners last week has been nothing short of amazing,” said Executive Producer Rendy Lovelady. “There’s nothing like seeing your favorite artists on stage, and we’ve put endless hours into coming up with a lineup we feel our Jammers will love.”
Tickets for the three-day festival are on sale now, with general admission starting at $139 ($119 for military/first responder/medical personnel passes).
Here are the daily lineups for just-announced performers at the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam’s 8th annual Country on the Coast Festival: