Champions Lane is a new, free attraction at Alabama home games this season put on by Crimson Tide Sports Marketing.

Part of the Champions Lane experience has always been great live music along with multiple vendors with free giveaways and more.

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Past performers at Champions Lane include former American Idol winner Taylor Hicks, Restless Road, the Alex Butler Band and now a major special performer has been announced for the Alabama and LSU game on November 4th.

According to a press release sent to Townsquare Media, Jameson Rodgers is set to perform as part of Champions Lane Pregame Fanfare in November.

Country singer Jameson Rodgers will take the stage next Saturday, November 4th on Champions Lane following the Walk of Champions at 4:45 p.m. Admission is free.

Champions Lane, an extension of Crimson Tide Sports Marketing's pregame entertainment, was added in 2023 and is located to the northwest of Bryant-Denny Stadium on the lawn behind the Tusk statue. In addition to the sound stage, Champions Lane includes food trucks, lounge with casual seating, sponsor activations, LED videoboards for fans to watch other college football games in action, Crimson Tide student-athlete autograph tent and more.

Jameson Rodgers made his name on the road. The hard-touring upstart has spent nearly a decade honing his rowdy live show, whether he’s headlining his own electric sets or opening for the likes of Luke Combs, Florida Georgia Line, Darius Rucker, Sam Hunt, Luke Bryan and many more.

A MusicRow Discovery Artist of the Year winner and iHeartRadio Music Awards nominee, Rodgers immortalized his live show on his latest project Live from Oxford, MS, recorded at a sold-out show at The Oxford Theatre. Featuring early career standouts like “Midnight Daydream” plus his back-to-back, Platinum-certified No. 1 hits “Some Girls” and follow-up smash “Cold Beer Calling My Name,” (originally featuring label mate Combs), the collection captures the raucous atmosphere that has become Rodgers’ calling card.

Named to breakthrough artist programs including CMA KixStart and Opry NextStage, Rodgers released his debut album Bet You’re From A Small Town in 2021, and recently offered his first taste of new music with the reflective “Things That Matter.”


Also an in-demand songwriter, the country traditionalist has co-penned multi-Platinum 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”), plus deep cuts for Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Jon Pardi, and more.

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