A FOUR DAY MUSIC FESTIVAL ON THE WATER!

If you’re seeking that magical combination of music, water, and good times with friends, look no further than the Tennessee River Jam, the third weekend in June. It’s not just a concert; it’s four days of live performances from over thirty artists at nine unique venues. The venues are as varied as the musical genres and include family-friendly eateries, hopping bars, exciting marinas, the charming Eiffel Tower Park, and a fabulous amphitheater on the water. Set against the shimmering backdrop of Kentucky Lake at Paris Landing State Park, the signature event is a country song in the making. Whether you experience it from the water or from the riverbank, this June evening under the stars with your country favorites is unforgettable.

Kick-off the weekend Thursday night, June 16th, with a free concert from The Marshall Tucker Band as the streets fill in downtown Paris. Nothing screams Americana more than a summer night in a rural main street full of people, food trucks, and live music.

Experience one of the best views on the water as you jam with The Kentucky Headhunters on

Friday, June 17th, at Breakers Resort and Marina. This venue seats over 300 on the deck of the

marina. Enjoy a variety of bands surrounded by beautiful boats and picturesque views.

Don’t miss the biggest party on the river on Saturday, June 18th, with country superstars Big &

Rich with Cowboy Troy.

“One of my favorite elements of this festival is that we get to bring national artists to our rural

area, while highlighting our local and regional talent, too,” commented Travis McLeese, CEO of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce and Executive Producer of the Tennessee River Jam. “We strive to provide a unique experience that fits our brand.”

Other venues during the festival include Blues Landing, Ace’s Restaurant, LL’s Bar and Grill,

Peppers Automotive, and Dew Drop In Restaurant.

Previous headliner artists include; Joe Diffie, The Oak Ridge Boys, Diamond Rio, Darryl Worley, The Kentucky Headhunters, and Confederate Railroad.

Tickets for the Big & Rich concert go on sale on April 1st… get them while they last!

For a full list of artists and information on the event visit tnriverjam.com!