An all-encompassing community and creative arts experience, BamaJam will feature the Rowdy Frynds Tour [with Alabama native Hank Williams, Jr. and Alabama favorite sons, Lynyrd Skynyrd] and ZZ-Top. Alabama’s own Randy Owen will kick off the 2-day/3-night extravaganza on Thursday, June 5. Combining the elements and character of Bonnaroo, Woodstock, Telluride and Country Thunder, the festival will present more than 30 award-winning country, bluegrass, classic rock and alternative acts, performing on three separate stages across 600 acres of rolling countryside. Other artists performing on the country stage include Trace Adkins, Little Big Town, Tracy Lawrence, Miranda Lambert, Darryl Worley, Jason Michael Carroll, Eric Church, James Otto, Ashton Shepherd, Heartland and Rio Grand.
Acts confirmed to date to appear on the alternative stage include Gov’t. Mule, Old Crow Medicine Show, Yonder Mountain String Band, Corey Smith, Nanci Griffith, Keller Williams, Marc Broussard and Zac Brown Band.
“Establishing an entertainment mecca such as BamaJam for our entire community and friends from neighboring states to enjoy has been a life long dream,” said Ronnie Gilley, owner of Ronnie Gilley Properties and Ronnie Gilley Entertainment. “BamaJam is a music and arts festival created to celebrate the human spirit and the spirit of music.”
Situated in Bama Village (BamaJam’s all-inclusive outdoor community plaza), will be Bama Market, Bama Music Lounge, Bama Media Lounge, BamaJam Sponsors Plaza, BamaJam Thrill Zone, and BamaJam Camping Park. The sounds of music will surround Bama Village where world-class artists will perform on three individual stages. Festival goers can camp out under the stars; RV’s are also welcome.
BamaJam is a Ronnie Gilley Entertainment Production. A portion of the proceeds from BamaJam will be donated to The Harlon Gilley Small Man Foundation, Inc. and The Jimmy Bowden Foundation, Inc.—501 (c) 3 public benefit corporations created by Ronnie Gilley to assist in enhancing and improving the lives of the people and community of Coffee County and the surrounding area.
Tickets to BamaJam can be purchased online at www.bamajammusicfestival.com, at all participating O’Reilly Auto Parts Stores, or by calling BamaJam headquarters at (877) 4BAMAJAM. (General Admission: $49.50 - $129.50 • VIP Tickets: $159.50 - $339.50). When ordering tickets, IBMA members will receive a discount of $10.00 on a single-day ticket and $20.00 on a 3-day ticket by providing the code “IBMA2008.”
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