ENTERPRISE, AL – Today, the 3rd Annual Verizon Wireless BamaJam Music & Arts Festival announced additional performers to the ever-growing star-studded lineup. 2010 Grammy award winning Zac Brown Band [pictured],multi-platinum hit-makers Travis Tritt andTrain, Nashville Star winner Chris Young, RFD-TV host and Grand Ole Opry member Marty Stuart & his fabulous Superlatives, ACM award winner Rodney Atkins, and American Idol alum Danny Gokey join the dozens of fellow Grammy award-winning, platinum selling artists in Country, Rock, Bluegrass and Alternative music, all at one one-of-a-kind jam packed 3-day festival taking place, June 3-5 in Enterprise, Alabama.
More than 40 entertainers are set to appear on Verizon BamaJam’s four stages during the 3-day extravaganza. To date, organizers had announced superstars Jake Owen, Miranda Lambert, LoCash Cowboys, Dierks Bentley, Randy Houser, Jamey Johnson, Colt Ford and Blackberry Smoke, along with country newcomers Matt Kennon and Houston County. Multi-award winning entertainer Kenny Chesney will headline the 3rd annual event, offering a rare opportunity to catch Chesney in one of just 10 appearances he’ll make in 2010! The one and only Hank Williams, Jr. will also appear at BamaJam in what will be his only Alabama appearance in 2010! Are you ready for some BamaJam?!
Purchase your tickets now and take advantage of special early bird pricing before it is too late! Purchase 3-day festival tickets now until March 13 for $99. One day flex tickets are available only until March 13 for $49. Note the dates and changes below on pricing:
- Beginning March 13 – May 1, 3-day tickets: $130 general admission
- Beginning May 1 – June 2, 3-day tickets: $160 general admission
- June 3 – 5, gate prices: $179 general admission
- Youth (ages 7-15) 3-day tickets: $99 general admission
- Children 6 & under: free
Three-day, Premium Preferred seating is being offered for the first time. “We wanted to offer fans an opportunity to purchase a guaranteed seating location,” says festival executive producer Tony Conway. The Premium Preferred purchase will include a logo chair which fans may take home after the event, and a great up close view of the stage. Drink vendors and special parking are also part of the package. The special limited Premium Preferred seating area will be called THE PEANUT GALLERY, as the festival site sits on a former peanut field. Three-day reserved seats are $365.
To order three-day tickets, along with camping packages, and the Peanut Gallery Premium Preferred seats are available for purchase by calling 877-422-6252 or visiting www.bamajamfestival.com