Rock the South Gets Underway With Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line

Rock the South Gets Underway With Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line

Cullman, Alabama, is being turned into a country music mecca this weekend (June 3-4) as the fifth annual Rock the South festival kicks off.

The festival, headlined by Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line, was originally intended to be a one-time event to help those in Alabama recover from the damage and devastation caused by tornadoes that ripped through the state on April 27, 2011, but Rock the South is still going strong in it’s fifth year and continuing to help out the community.

In addition to TR and FGL, artists scheduled to head to Cullman this year for the festival include 38 Special, John Michael Montgomery, Kane Brown, Cole Swindell, Kelsea Balllerini, Joe Diffie and more.

Visit Rock the South website for tickets and festival information

Looking back over the festivals five-year history, here are 5 things you don’t want to miss at Rock The South.

5. The Fans

 

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4. The Ferris Wheel

 

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3. Bull Riding

 

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2. The Pool

 

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1.The Performances

 

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