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The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with multiple partners for the annual Tennessee River Jam. The four day music festival starts Thursday, June 1 and runs through Sunday, June 4 in Paris and Henry County.
“Trolinger’s is stoked to be the presenting sponsor for 2023 Tennessee River Jam. Our family loves food and music, which goes hand-n-hand supporting this event to bring a wide range of acts to the community. We are excited to get out the door and start jammin’,” commented Michael Trolinger, Executive of Trolinger’s.
The lineup includes a wide variety of artists ranging from local acts and bands that will be returning to nationally known musicians and newcomers. The artists will perform over the four days at different venues throughout Henry County.
This event would not be possible without the support of Henry County Tourism Authority, City and County Leadership, our Board of Directors, Tourism Committee, and most importantly our sponsors. Thursday, June 1 is a free concert in downtown Paris, featuring local artist Nikki Bobo, followed by Almost Famous and Jason D. Williams.
The main event at Paris Landing State Park will be held on Friday, June 2. Johnny Mac opens for Drake White and Chris Janson. Tickets can be purchased today at www.universe.com/events/tn-river-jam-2023-tickets-SKZL2R
June 3-4 is promised to be just as exciting with various artists performing at local venues. A full weekend schedule will be released in the coming weeks. Visit www.tnriverjam.com for more information.
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