Since 2012, Rock the South has welcomed hundreds of thousands of fans alongside a premier list of country music stars like Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson and Thomas Rhett to Cullman. Now, the producers of this legendary three-day country festival are bringing country music across the nation.
Rock the Country will travel to eight cities across the country next summer. The first show will be in Gonzales, La., and conclude in Anderson, S.C.
The new music festival won’t overlook Alabama, however. The festival will be held in Mobile at The Grounds on June 21 and 22.
This year’s lineup includes Jason Aldean, Kid Rock, Miranda Lambert, Hank Williams, Jr., Travis Tritt and more.
“Rock The Country is for everyone who makes this country run and loves America,” said Kid Rock. “Nobody knows how to party like Small Town America!”
LiveCo president of Touring and Strategic Expansion Shane Quick said the concert intends to bring the large-scale music festival experience to small towns around the United States.
“With seven big shows in seven different towns, this event promises to be an experience like never before,” he explained. “Fans can expect a weekend filled with incredible performances, great food, and a sense of community that only small towns can offer.”
Rock the Country tickets go on presale Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. CT. Options include general admission, VIP, elevated reserved seating and RV and car camping. Learn more on Rock the Country’s website here.
Meanwhile, Cullman will still host Rock the South in July, featuring popular country and pop music acts such as Eric Church, Jelly Roll, Hardy and Oliver Anthony.
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