Luke Combs & Eric Church Just Announced As Headliners Of Rock The South Music Festival

Luke Combs / Eric Church / Instagram

For the past 8 years, fans have flocked to Alabama for a music festival called Rock The South.

The first seven years the festival was held at Heritage Park in Cullman, Alabama but for the 8th – and now the 9th – annual, the festival was moved to a 140-acre space not far away.

Rock the South is set to take place on May 29 & 30th, 2020, which the festival announced back in December.

For a little over a month, fans have wondered who the performers would be. Last year’s Rock the South performers include Colt Ford, Jimmie Allen, Mitchell Tenpenny, Morgan Wallen, Jake Owen, Brooks & Dunn, and headliners Kid Rock and Florida Georgia Line.

Over the summer, the festival had the fans start voting on who they would like to see at the 2020 festival. Luke Combs, Alabama, AC/DC, Kenny Chesney, Guns-N-Roses, Jason Aldean, and Aerosmith were just a few names on the ballot.

Well, on Friday (Jan 31), Rock The South made a surprise announcement to reveal the two headliners, as well as some performers!

The announcement, which they posted on their social media accounts, revealed that Luke Combs and Eric Church would both be headlining! Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBryde, Diamond Rio, and Tracy Byrd are among other names set to perform.

Pre-sale tickets are available on February 7 and can be purchased here.

Coincidentally, the two Rock the South headliners have a single called “Does To Me” together. Make sure to give it a listen below.