Date(s) - 5/20/22 through 5/21/22
9:00 pm - 12:00 am

The Adelphia Music Hall


Get your tickets for Jordan Rowe now!

Tickets: General Admission $20 | At the door $22

Openers start @ 8:30 PM!

Seating is first come, first served

All shows are 18+

About Jordan:

Jordan Rowe’s love of music and dream to become a successful country artist began when he was just a kid in the small town of Adel, tucked away in the heart of South Georgia.

Rowe’s musical artistry has been a part of him as long as he can remember, growing up on songs made classics by his inspirations like Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Kenny Chesney and more. Described by critics as “traditional as Alan Jackson, but as fresh, young, and fun as Jon Pardi,” Rowe brings a modern take on traditional country music.

Rowe studied agribusiness, agricultural and applied economics, and music business at the University of Georgia. While attending college five hours from music city, he would travel back and forth on breaks and weekends to intern at River House Artists. He began to write with some of country music’s most recent hit songwriters, such as Ray Fulcher, Thomas Archer, and Cole Taylor before making the move to Nashville in 2019.

In 2021, the “small-town-born country upstart” (CMT) launched his merch line “Support Local Farmers” which raises scholarship funds for students pursuing an education in agriculture. Rowe’s debut album, Bad Case of the Good Ole Boy, dropped on Aug. 6 and features some of Nashville’s hottest rising artists and country legends. Produced by award-winner Derek Wells, the debut record has already notched over 4M streams. Garnering critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, CMT and more, Bad Case of the Good Ole Boy showcases Rowe’s ability to mix in progressive production while staying true to his traditional roots.

Rowe has shared the stage with touring sensations such as Luke Combs, Cody Johnson, Jon Pardi, Cole Swindell, Riley Green and Chris Janson, and is gearing up for his own headlining dates across the South in 2022.