TidalWave Music Festical 2023


Arden Lambert


December 13, 2022


December 13, 2022


December 13, 2022

Some of country music’s biggest stars will once again gather as the Tidal Wave Music Festival 2023 has now been set and official! The three-day festival will make its return to Atlantic City Beach, New Jersey, from August 11 to August 13, 2023.

Of course, most of our country favorites will be present! Brooks & Dunn, Jason Aldean, and Thomas Rhett have been confirmed as headliners of the show. Joining the three country superstars are Cole Swindell, Jelly Roll, Dustin Lynch, Randy Houser, Dylan Scott, Jo Dee Messina, Mitchell Tenpenny, Lindsay Ell, Priscilla Block, Lilly Rose, and Nate Smith. 

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Fans and attendees will also have the chance to get to know the promising up-and-comers, such as Mackenzie Carpenter, Peytan Porter, Dylan Marlowe, Aaron Raitiere, John Morgan, Lauren Watkins, Chase McDaniel, Mackenzie Porter, George Birge, and so much more. Pretty sure you’ll find brand-new artists you’ll be rooting for.

Here’s How You Can Join The Festival

Tidal Wave Music Festival 2023 was set up in partnership with the Rock The Ocean Foundation and aims to raise awareness of ocean conservation. With the help of festival fans, more than $2,000,000 was already raised and provided to over 60 partners in ocean conservation, as well as to five universities and sponsored research in the United States, Asia, and the Bahamas.

The three-day admission pass for this one-of-a-kind experience can be purchased on the website of the Tidal Wave Music Festival starting December 16. However, for anyone who has attended the festival in prior years, presale details were sent via email. Alumni Presale begins December 13.

Prices start at $259, while children ages six and under can receive free general admission.

Without a doubt, Tidal Wave Music Festival 2023 will give you three of the most exciting days of your life!


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