A Colorado favorite comes back with the twang of country western. Starting as a concert series in the nineties, Country Jam has grown into Colorado’s biggest festival for country music and camping.
After getting cancelled last year, fans are dancing the weekend away knowing Country Jam is back.
“Oh my gosh, it’s amazing,” Joanna Rogers expresses, “I feel like everyone is vibing so differently because we’ve been going through this pandemic together as a whole, and now we’re all coming out and engaging in country music.”
While fans from near and far are stoked to enjoy the festival, organizers want to stay safe and prepared for anything.
No matter the weather, singer-songwriter Lainey Wilson feels that performing at huge venues like Country Jam is a great return to live music.
“The music industry took a big hit, for sure. but we’re back and we’re gonna be better and stronger than we ever have.” Lainey Wilson shares, “I’ve missed it so much and it’s just already done my soul some good and I think it’s doing everybody some good.”
Within three days, Country Jam features two dozen artists, including superstar headliners. The return of the festival results in sold out shows every day on the Country Jam ranch.
Country Jam 2021 returns under the organization of Live Nation.