Headwaters Country Jam announces the full line-up

Headwaters Country Jam ® has announced the full line-up for this year’s event in Three Forks, Montana. Dustin Lynch, Midland, and Clay Walker will headline the 3-day festival taking place June 18-20, 2020 at The Bridge, just outside of Three Forks.

Headwaters Country Jam is entering its 13th year in the Three Forks area. The event takes place in a 12-acre arena inside The Bridge. With 2,000 campsites, festival-goers are in for a full weekend of non-stop fun.

Other artist hitting the stage include Ashley McBryde, Mitchell Tenpenny, Craig Morgan, Tanya Tucker, The Cadillac Three, Blanco Brown, Rayne Johnson, Meghan Patrick, Madison Kozak, Ryan Griffin, and Tim Montana.

Tickets for Headwaters Country Jam go on sale Friday, January 24 at 8 am MST.  Take advantage of the Early Bird ticket prices with 3-Day General Admission available for $125. 3-Day VIP passes will be available for $285. All admission and camping options can be purchased during on sale at the lowest prices of the season.

The festival is produced in part by Neste Live!. Neste Live! is the largest festival talent producer in North America and is part of LNE: Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s leading live entertainment company.

“Headwaters Country Jam is indeed a very unique Country Music Festival,” said Gil Cunningham, President of Neste Live!. “Montana is a hotbed of Country Music lovers and the 2020 line-up is the most comprehensive ever! From some of Country’s exciting new stars to some of the most iconic artists. There’s something here for everyone.”
See the full lineup and purchase tickets at www.HeadwatersCountryJam.com.
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