Stuckey sees his “Alive Day” as a chance to connect with family, friends and fans and to revel in the joy of living and music. It is a day dedicated to positivity and to uplifting the community. The inaugural concert featured 8 artists, a variety of activities for families, food trucks, perfect weather and over 500 music-lovers in attendance! Mayor Robert Reichert honored Stuckey by issuing a proclamation naming September 29th “Joey Stuckey’s Alive Day in Macon/Bibb.” The second annual festival in 2018 saw around 1500 attendees.
Says Stuckey, “The outpouring of love and support is humbling. I am looking forward to this year’s festival!”
Join Macon/Bibb in celebrating by mayoral proclamation the 6th Annual Joey Stuckey Alive Day Friday, September 29, 2023 at the historic Douglass Theatre!
Free Family Friendly Music Festival!
5:00 pm Doors open
5:30 pm Screening of Joey’s Blind Man Drivin’ Music Video and the mini-Documentary “Don’t Blink” A short look at Joey’s life and music!
6:00 pm The jazz piano stylings of Tom Rule.
6:30 pm The Americana magic of Pam Bedwell.
7:00 pm The sweet Southern sounds of Nick Malloy!
7:30 pm Question ATL brings happening hip hop.
8:00 pm A fusion of musical genres from the blind sage of blues, Joey Stuckey, with special guest Rob Walker of Stillwater.