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2021 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam Headliners Announced

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The rescheduled 2020 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam in Panama City Beach, Florida is on this weekend! It kicked off last night as the first large-scale music festival to play in the U.S. since March of 2020. Lynyrd Skynyrd closed out the first night and just prior to that, Executive Producer Rendy Lovelady took the stage to make an announcement to the 25,000 plus fans in the park – the largest Friday night crowd in the festival’s history. He revealed the headliners of the 9th Annual Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, September 3-5th, 2021 at Frank Brown Park in Panama City Beach. Set to top the bill are Chris Stapleton, Brooks & Dunn and Old Dominion.

Photo credit: Bill McClintic/90 East Photography for Think Country

Photo credit: Bill McClintic/90 East Photography for Think Country

“This has been an emotional week to hear music blaring from this stage a full 20 months after our 2019 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam. We are beyond excited about Chris Stapleton, Brooks & Dunn, Old Dominion standing on this very stage just three months from today, and we can’t wait to reveal the full lineup in a few weeks.” ~ Rendy Lovelady, Executive Producer

Better yet, Lovelady also shared that General Admission ticket prices for the 2021 festival will be offered at the unheard of price of $99. This special deal, not seen since 2013, will be available only through Monday, June 7, 2021 at GulfCoastJam.com.

“We know the past 15 months have been difficult for our Jammers, and we want them to know how much we appreciate them with this special ticket price. If you’re in our beautiful city this week, you know how lodging is at a premium, so we encourage our fans to get tickets and book rooms and condos early for September.” ~ Mark Sheldon, COO, Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam

Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cody Jinks, Lindsay Ell, Joe Nichols, CJ Solar, Jon Langston and Frank Ray performed Friday night. Cole Swindell, Brad Paisley, Billy Ray Cyrus, Rodney Atkins, Shy Carter, Tenille Townes and Alex Hall will take the stage today. Sunday’s lineup features Luke Bryan, Riley Green, Brothers Osborne, Shelly Fairchild, Tenille Arts, Walker Hayes and the Pepsi Southern Original winner. Mixing up the jams on stage each night of the festival will be Dee Jay Silver.

Numerous safety precautions have been implemented for the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam including 3P America sanitizing, a specific COVID survey required for entry each day, the use of RFID wristbands for all on-site purchases and more. There will be no cash payments accepted at the festival. When wristbands are registered, patrons will be asked to add a credit/debit card to the band and select a security pin for all payments. Credit/debit cards will also be accepted on site. Contactless pickup for merchandise, ticket upgrades and various other purchases will also be offered at the festival.

Jammers are encouraged to follow Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam at GulfCoastJam.com | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram for special announcements about the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam.

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*Featured image courtesy of Campbell Entertainment Group


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