Morgan Wallen left a lot of fans disappointed when he had to cancel this weekend’s Gulf Coast Jam performance. As one of the headliners on the ticket for the 4-day music festival in Panama City Beach, Morgan unfortunately hurt his vocal chords, twice, and doctors advised him to go on six week vocal rest.
Kenny Chesney stepped in and replaced Wallen on the ticket, but organizers made sure Wallen would come back and headline next year, confirming it earlier today.
“As we said last year, Morgan Wallen is one of the most requested headliners we have ever had in the history of Gulf Coast Jam, and his star is continuing to shine even brighter,” says executive producer, Rendy Lovlady. “We’ve been working feverishly with Morgan and his team over the last three weeks to figure out a way to get him down here next year, and we’re happy to announce he is locked for 2024.”
Tickets for the 2024 festival, from May 30th to June 2nd, are available now at gulfcoastjam.com. Additional headliners will be announced in coming weeks.