Award-Winning Country Artist, Jelly Roll, is set to Perform on Q Casino’s Back Waters Stage on August 20th. He has made headlines for countless things on and off the stage. He has truly become a sensation and a man of the people.

If you've been trying to see Jelly Roll live, this summer is the perfect time to do so.


More About The Show

Q Casino announced today Back Waters Stage will welcome Jelly Roll, a
Nashville native and recent CMT award winner, to the stage on Sunday, August 20. He will be joined by opening acts Caitlynne Curtis and Struggle Jennings. This concert is a part of Q Casino’s popular 2023 Summer Concert Series and the latest stop announced on Jelly Roll’s multi-city “Backroad Baptism” tour this summer.

The Back Waters Stage Summer Concert Series is presented by MidWestOne Bank, fueled by Kwik Stop, and sponsored by Verlo Mattress, Turpin Dodge, Conlon Construction and Giese Sheet Metal.

About Jelly Roll

A 3X CMT Award winner, Jelly Roll has independently amassed more than 4 Billion career streams to date. He scored his first No. 1 on Country radio with his debut Country single “Son Of A Sinner” and earned a two-week Rock No. 1, that “cemented his rising mainstream stardom” (Tennessean) after dominating Billboard’s Emerging Artist Chart for a record-breaking 25 consecutive weeks - ultimately breaking the record of most weeks spent at No. 1.

Jelly performed his breakout song, “Save Me” for the first time on television during this year's ACM Awards on Amazon, bringing the crowd to its feet with an unexpected surprise duet version of his massive hit, featuring Lainey Wilson.

“His music takes those raw, unreserved verses and melds elements of country, rock, and hip-hop into his own signature style.” -Billboard

Have a great time at the show!

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