Alabama’s June Jam lineup features Randy Travis, Jamey Johnson + more

Alabama'S June Jam 2023
June Jam is back for the first time since 1997. (Terence Rushin)

June Jam 2023 was confirmed early this year when Alabama lead singer Randy Owen and bassist Teddy Gentry announced the concert’s return to Fort Payne. This week Alabama has announced this year’s lineup and for all you country music lovers out there—you’re gonna want to see this.

Mark your calendars

During the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce awards banquet in February, Owen and Gentry announced the band will revive their beloved June Jam concert this year.

For the first time since their original run ended in 1997, this year’s June Jam is planned for June 3 in the band’s hometown. Here are the details:

June Jam lineup

Group ALABAMA statues in downtown Fort Payne (John Dersham / Fort Payne Facebook)

In addition to Alabama, performers of past June Jams included Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels Band and so many more. This year, the group is bringing some country classics and they’re ready to rock out with the people of Fort Payne and beyond. Featured artists include:

  • Daily & Vincent
  • Dee Jay Silver
  • Exile
  • Home Free
  • Jake Owen
  • Jamey Johnson
  • Mark Wills
  • Neal McCoy
  • Randy Travis
  • The Frontmen (country supergroup comprised of Richie McDonald, Tim Rushlow and Larry Stewart)
  • The Malpass Brothers
  • The Oak Ridge Boys
  • Special guest performers will be announced at a later date

How can I get tickets?

After seeing that line-up, we know you’re itching to get your hands on tickets to June Jam 2023. You’re in luck—general admission tickets are for sale here. Tickets start at $49 each.

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Callie Morrison
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