Country Jam lineup finalized,tickets on sale
With lineups for the 25th annual Country Jam festival finalized, single day tickets are now available starting at $89.
The event takes place June 16-19, 2016 at Jam Ranch outside Grand Junction, featuring world-class entertainment and on-site camping in the high desert.
Other options for music fans include four-day general admission tickets starting at $165, reserve tickets starting at $385, and weekend VIP tickets starting at $735. General admission campsites are still available starting at $159.
The daily lineups on the Main Stage are:
Thursday – Headliner Lee Brice, along with Tyler Farr, Chase Bryant, Halfway to Hazard and Stephanie Quayle
Friday – Headliner Brad Paisley, along with Joe Nichols, Easton Corbin, Neal McCoy and Drake White and The Big Fire
Saturday – Headliner Blake Shelton, along with Big & Rich, Darryl Worley, High Valley and Annie Bosko
Sunday – Headliner Zac Brown Band, along with Trace Adkins, Canaan Smith, Aaron Watson and Lindsay Ell
Jack’s Place and the West Stage, featuring performances from a diverse mix of rising country music talent, will be part of the festival’s array of entertainment throughout the weekend including:
High Rollers, Stephanie Quayle, Kory Brunson Band, Logan Brill, The Williams Brothers Band, Andrea Vasquez, McKenna Faith, Kaitlyn Baker, Dylan Jakobsen, Adley Stump, Annie Bosko, Lauren Ashley & The Trainwreckers, Jake Worthington, Ashley Martin and The Scotty Mac Band round out the talent performing at Jack’s Place and the West Stage throughout the weekend.
“We are extremely excited with our 25th anniversary lineup and can’t wait for the festival to kick off this year,” said Dhruv Prasad, Executive Vice President, Live Events, Townsquare Media Inc. “By releasing single day tickets now, we’re ensuring our fans have enough time to make their plans so we can welcome them to the Ranch in June.”
More information about Country Jam can be found online at http://www.countryjam.com.
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