Nashville, TN - Dec. 12, 2014 - Country music superstars Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Toby Keith will headline the first-ever Delaware Junction, a three-day country music and camping festival at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington, DE on Aug 14-16, 2015. In partnership with Highway One, the festival is the latest addition to Live Nation's list of mega country music festivals including Watershed, Faster Horses, Route 91 Harvest and FarmBorough. Tickets go on sale Dec. 19 at 10 AM EST with three-day passes start at $199 and multiple camping options available to festival-goers with pricing starting at $150 per site. Additional artists and more details will be announced in the coming days. To purchase tickets and for the latest information, visit www.delawarejunctionfestival.com. "We came up with the name for this festival as sort of a nod to the storied railroad history in that area," said Brian O' Connell, Live Nation President of Country Touring. "The Delaware State Fair has always been such a great supporter of country music and we couldn’t think of a better location to host this three-day event in what we hope will become a yearly institution. As I said when we held our press conference back in October, my goal was to deliver a world class festival that is unique to Delaware, the surrounding community and the mid-atlantic in general. I feel like we have put together an incredible lineup, and delivered on our promise in spades!" Highway One's Alex Pires noted: "After two years of effort, we are proud to announce this first class music festival. The lineup is exciting. The 360 plus acres of green fields and trees provide room for everyone. We promise a stand-alone event you won't want to miss." Follow further Delaware Junction updates on Facebook: facebook.com/delawarejunctionfestival, Twitter: @DEJunctionFest, Instagram: @delawarejunctionfest and join the conversation on Twitter, using #DEJunctionFest.
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