Technically speaking, this year marks the first time BamaJam – June 3-5 in Enterprise, Ala. – has offered tickets for specific days. The festival has previously offered a limited number of early bird “flex tickets” that enabled festival goers to pick which day they wished to soak up the country music vibes.
Kenny Chesney is this year’s BamaJam headliner, performing on the festival’s last day. Because Chesney is playing only a handful of dates this year, his appearance makes BamaJam extra special.
Chesney isn’t the only big name appearing at BamaJam. Zac Brown Band, Dierks Bentley, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Miranda Lambert, Robert Earl Keen and Marty Stuart are just a few of the acts appearing on one of four stages June 3, while next day’s lineup includes Hank Williams Jr., Travis Tritt, Blackberry Smoke, Colt Ford, Randy Houser, Lucero and Train. In addition to Chesney, BamaJam’s final day includes Gretchen Wilson, Gregg Allman & Friends, Rodney Atkins, Buddy Guy, Stoney LaRue, Jake Owen and Edgar Winter.
Let’s talk ticket prices. June 3 single day tickets are priced at $50; June 4 at $60 and June 5 at $75. However, these are advanced prices and it will cost you more if you decide to join the walk-up crowd on the day of the show.
We also need to point out that even though you can purchase single day tickets, buying three-day general admission tickets will save you money, with adult three-day passes going for $160 while youth three-day passes (for ages 7-15) cost only $99.
Along with offering specific three-day passes, BamaJam is crowing about another first – offering a limited number of reserved three-day seats in the enclosed “Peanut Gallery” near Stage A for $365.
BamaJam’s single-day tickets go on sale May 7 and are the tried-and-true first-come, first-served. For more information, click here for the Verizon Wireless BamaJam Music & Arts Festival website.