After 21 years, Jfest is bigger and better than ever at the River Park!

Jfest 2019 is in the books, and it was a great success! The crowd of over 9,600 people enjoyed a day full of music, fun and family time together. The perfect weather along with seven awesome artists, made for an incredible event, not to mention the hundreds of decisions made for Christ during Matthew West’s decision time.

“God really blessed us. Jfest 2019 exceeded all of my expectations. The Tennessee Riverpark is the perfect festival venue, and we had the largest crowd we have ever had with the perfect weather. Who could ask for more?” exclaimed Jfest Festival Director, Ted Gocke.

Thousands came from all over to join in the music, with festival goers arriving from multiple states away, and of course, from all over our home state of Tennessee. Mike Powers said, “It was my wife and I’s anniversary today and we spent the weekend in Chattanooga. Drove over on Friday from Memphis. It was our first time to JFEST and we had a blast! Hopefully not our last!”

Overall, Jfest 2019 was one to remember and we cannot wait to see what God has in store for the future.




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