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Diamond Rio, The Oak Ridge Boys Headline Tennessee River Jam 2021


PARIS (April 16) — The Tennessee River Jam is back! Rocking the shores of the Tennessee River June 17-20, the four-day music festival will feature 27 artists, 15 concerts, at eight venues and promising something for everyone.
Headlining the river event on June 19 are country stars Diamond Rio and Darryl Worley. Opening the concert is Johnny Mac and 24 Seven. Tickets are $25 for General Admission and $75 for VIP. Tickets can be purchased online at tnriverjam.com.
The kick-off event starts Thursday night, June 17 in Downtown Paris with a free concert with The Oak Ridge Boys. Paris Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce CEO Travis McLeese said music fans and tourists have the opportunity to spend the whole weekend enjoying great music and delicious food with the best backdrop around.

Henry County Mayor John Penn Ridgeway said, “I’m really excited about this. Music is a huge part of Henry County’s background. Not only is tourism a significant economic driver for our community, but it also adds to our quality of life. I applaud the creativity and work that the Chamber staff is doing to produce events like this.”
McLeese added, “It’s humbling to be sitting here looking into the eyes of so many people who have come together to make this happen–board members, staff, partners, venue hosts, people who have invested time and money to this. Thank you for trusting us with this.”
Other venues include Blues Landing, Ace’s Restaurant, LL’s Bar and Grill, The Eiffel Tower Park, Marker 66 and The Breakers Resort and Marina.
Other artists include Evie Grace, Randall French, Josh McKee, Ethan Torsak, Ray Lewis Band, The Paula Bridges Band, Mark Nessler, Lance Miller, Sydney Mack, Chandler Stephens, Levon, Matt Boone, Hotwired, Leight July, Candi Wilette, The After Dark Band featuring Nikki Bobo, Britnee Kellogg, The Trace, and Bethel University Alumni Mandi Thomas, James Mays and Cherry Avenue.