The newest addition to the country music festival lineup will be located at the Tennessee Fair Grounds June 11-14, 2015, the same weekend as CMA Music Fest in Downtown Nashville. Country FanJam announces the first inaugural Icons, Legends, and Emerging Artists music festival at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds since the last Fan Fair in 2001. The Festival will provide 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s Iconic and Legend performers as well as emerging artists to an audience of 50,000 plus attendees on 117 acres.
The festival will tailor to the rooted blue collar demographic at an inexpensive price of $100 over a four-day period. FanJam will also offer a day rate of $25 each day.
“I feel like the fan has been over looked for to long, so I wanted to bring back something exciting to the average country fan, that both old school and new school music lovers can enjoy for a reasonable price, thus brings the Country FanJam,” explains Dale Guthery, Festival Creator and Owner/Producer of The Sound Office recording studio.
Along with three main stages, the festival will include food, and arts and craft vendors, meet and greet signing booths for the playing artists, interactive sponsor booths, saw dust dance party barn, kids zone, fantasy fan stage with live band karaoke, celebrity chef pavilion, amusement park rides, plus so much more.
“Country FanJam wants to bring back country music to the fans that have been hard core country fans for many years.”
“Country FanJam wants to bring back country music to the fans that have been hard core country fans for many years,” Guthery continues, “as well as a place they can bring their families to enjoy the festivities along side them.”
Country FanJam will be announcing the first round of headliners in mid October and will continue releasing playing artists within the following months. In addition, Country FanJam will be offering an Early Bird ticket release to the first 5,000 fans for only $50. Tickets to Country FanJam are available for purchase at countryfanjam.com as well as box office purchases at 707 18th Ave South in the heart of Music Row.
Among four day general admission ($100) and single day tickets ($25), Country FanJam will offer VIP and “Country Star Status” passes to accommodate every fan experience. Ticket pricing for these will be announced in October as well.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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