Eric Church, Jelly Roll & Parker McCollum to Headline WE Fest 2024


The three-day festival will return to Detroit Lakes, Minn., next August.

Eric Church at Day 3 of the CMA Fest held on June 10, 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Eric Church, Jelly Roll and Parker McCollum are set to headline WE Fest when the three-day festival returns to Detroit Lakes, Minn., on Aug. 1-3, 2024.

Also on the lineup are Carly Pearce, Koe Wetzel, Elle King, Trace Adkins, Lauren Watkins, Warren Zeiders, Tanner Adell and more. Additional artists set for the July 31 pre-concert party on the Bacardi Country Club Stage and the Barn Stage have yet to be announced.


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Tickets, camping and add-on packages go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 9 a.m. at

Church and Jelly Roll recently teamed up during the former’s Outsiders Revival Tour concert in Phoenix, where they performed his 2011 hit “Homeboy.”

Jelly Roll recently earned his second No. 1 Country Airplay hit with “Need a Favor,” which also made history along the way, when the track became the first song ever to appear in the top 10 of both the Mainstream Rock Airplay and Country Airplay charts. Jelly Roll is one of the most nominated artists leading up to this year’s CMA Awards; the singer-songwriter-rapper scored five nominations, including nods for single of the year (“Need a Favor”) and male vocalist of the year.

Church recently served as artist-in-residence for two shows at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s CMA Theater; meanwhile the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s exhibit Eric Church: Country Heart, Restless Soul continues through June 2024.

McCollum is nominated for new artist of the year at the upcoming CMA Awards, and his current radio single, “Burn It Down,” resides at No. 41 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

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