Platinum and VIP passes are sold out to the event taking place June 3-4 at Heritage Park, but two-day general admission tickets — priced at $79 — remain available at the festival’s official website.
Rhett headlines the June 3 concert that also features 38 Special, John Michael Montgomery, Kane Brown, Frank Foster and Downsouth. Florida Georgia Line will headline the June 4 lineup with Swindell, Kelsea Ballerini, Joe Diffie and Cort Carpenter.
Dee Jay Silver will appear both days of the festival hosted by Ryan “Daddy” Richards and Mattie Breaux of CMT’s Party Down South.
Rock the South was created after tornados ripped through the state of Alabama on April 27, 2011. Originally intended to be a one-year celebration of recovery from that horrific day, Rock the South launched in 2012 and has continued to expand to become a massive celebration of this area and what it has to offer.
Since the first Rock the South in 2012, the festival has continued to be an important community partner, giving back over $200,000 to local charities including the Link, Alabama Forever, Children’s Hospital of Alabama and many more.
Previous festivals have featured include Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Little Big Town, Alan Jackson, Tyler Farr and Travis Tritt, among others.