Although summer is still a few weeks away, festival season is gearing up to be one of the best with the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam nailing in its dates on the beach for the Labor Day weekend.
The shoreside festival hosts three days and nights of country music fun, with thousands of fans flocking the sand to catch their favorite artists in the genre jam out under the shining sun. This year, acts like Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett will all headline the main stage for evenings filled with rambunctious energy and spirit.
No other performers have been announced for the Gulf Coast Jam at this time.
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In prior years, anyone from Luke Bryan to Blake Shelton to Lady Antebellum have rocked out as a part of the headlining group. Even last year brought out about 64,000 fans to soak in that salty air while dancing around to the songs of summer. The producer of the festival hopes for the same wild atmosphere to carry on into this year’s shows, and can’t wait to see all that Florida has to offer.
“Last year was absolutely amazing, and we’re beyond excited about our headliners and can’t wait to get our entire lineup out there for this year,” said Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam Executive Producer Rendy Lovelady in a press release. “We’re proud to have built this into the biggest country music festival in the Southeast, and we love showing off our fourth headliner – the beautiful beaches of Panama City Beach.”
The 2018 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam will be held in Panama City Beach, Florida, on Labor Day weekend from August 31 to September 2. Tickets for the festival will go on sale to the general public on Sunday, April 15.