26th Annual Country Jam Announces Additional Artists To Superstar Lineup

Gretchen Wilson, Parmalee, Smithfield, Cody Johnson, Sammy Arriaga, Sasha McVeigh and Devon Worley Band have been added to the superstar lineup for “Colorado’s Biggest Country Music Party”…the 26th Annual Country Jamfestival at Jam Ranch outside Grand Junction, CO on June 15-18, 2017.

These artists join the stellar lineup which includes Chris Young, Old Dominion, Frankie Ballard, Kane Brown and Sammy Kershaw for the celebration of one of country music’s most beloved and longest running festivals.

These artists will join previously-announced headliners Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean,Thomas Rhett and co-headliners Justin Moore and Randy Houser.

Country Jam features world-class entertainment and on-site camping in the “high-desert” country of Western Colorado. The four-day festival has established itself as a must-do for country music fans, with last year’s Country Jam featuring performances from superstars, legends and the hottest rising newcomers in country music including Zac Brown Band, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley and Lee Brice, as well as Trace Adkins, Big & Rich, Joe Nichols, Tyler Farr, Easton Corbin, Chase Bryant, Darryl Worley, Neal McCoy, Halfway to Hazard, Canaan Smith, Aaron Watson, Lindsay Ell, High Valley, Drake White and The Big Fire, Stephanie Quayle and Annie Bosko and many others.

Tickets are available now for Country Jam 2017. 4-day general admission tickets start at $145, with reserve tickets starting at $365, and VIP tickets starting at $725. More information on VIP ticket details, along with camping options and pricing are available online at http://countryjam.com/tickets.

More information about Country Jam can be found online at www.countryjam.com.

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