Pearl, Miss-Mayor Jake Windham is excited to announce country star Jameson Rodgers will headline the 2022 Pearl Day Concert slated for Friday, April 29 outside of Trustmark Park. The concert will include an opening performance by country artist Niko Moon.

“This is going to be a great show to help us celebrate the city’s birthday,” said Mayor Windham. “Jameson is going to bring a party atmosphere that I know our residents and visitors are really going to enjoy. The outdoor venue provided by Trustmark Park gives folks the opportunity to get a great view from anywhere.”

The concert will take place in the north lot of Trustmark Park with general admission seating.

Gates will open at 6 p.m. with a wide range of food and beverage options for sale. Niko Moon will open the show, taking the stage at 8 p.m. followed by Jameson Rodgers at approximately 9:45 p.m.

Tickets are $20 and will go on sale Tuesday, March 8 at 10 a.m. online through Eventbrite

Attendees are encouraged to bring folding lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy the show. A full list of allowed and prohibited items are listed on the Eventbrite tickets page.

The City of Pearl will be celebrating its 49th birthday after being incorporated back in 1973.

About Jameson Rodgers:
Raised on the country rebels of old, country music’s newest powerhouse Jameson Rodgers currently finds himself basking in the success of two consecutive No. 1 hits, with his Platinum-certified debut “Some Girls” and follow-up Platinum smash “Cold Beer Calling My Name,” featuring label mate Luke Combs, making back-to-back runs up the charts. And now, with the release of his debut album Bet You’re from a Small Town, the soft-spoken yet edgy country traditionalist just might find himself landing in superstar territory. An already established singer/songwriter on multi-Platinum-selling hits for Florida Georgia Line (Top 10 single “Talk You Out of It”) and Chris Lane (No. 1 smash “I Don’t Know About You”), Bet You’re From a Small Town is a gritty country music masterpiece effortlessly travels both sonically and lyrically between love songs (“Porch with a View”) and breakup songs (“Girl with a Broken Heart,”) party songs (“Cold Beer Calling my Name”) and songs that tell the story of the deepest of losses (“Good Dogs.”) “All these songs make me feel something,” he admits. “That’s the whole goal of music, isn’t it?”. For more on Jameson visit