BamaJam, which took a year off in 2011, will once again rock Enterprise, Ala., June 14-16. The event is held at the 1600-acre BamaJam Farms, which includes ATV trails, camping/RV sites and a water park.
Darryl Worley, who has been designated the BamaJam 2012 spokesman, will perform and host the first night of the festival. Tim McGraw closes out Thursday’s show.
Zac Brown Band headlines Friday and Kid Rock takes the stage Saturday.
“I’m looking forward to coming to ‘Sweet Home’ and playing with my friends, Zac Brown Band and Tim McGraw,” Kid said. “Turn it up! We’re gonna set this place on fire!”
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 2. Three-day general admission tickets will be priced at $99 for a limited time. Tickets purchased at the gate the day of the event will be $179.
Premium seating tickets, which gets fans into a fenced off space directly in front of and surrounding the stages, are $399.
Camping and hotel rooms will also go on sale March 2. General camping tickets range from $85 for tent camping and $1,500 for a RV full hook up. RV camping in the south, north and central lots is also available, priced between $150 and $300.
For more information, click here for BamaJam 2012’s website.