Tim McGraw Signs With Big Machine
Tim McGraw Signs With Big Machine

The BamaJam Festival in Enterprise, Ala. has become one of the most anticipated country music events of the year, and with the announcement of Tim McGraw, the Zac Brown Band, and Kid Rock as headliners of the 2012 edition, it's safe to assume that interest in the festival will be at an all-time high.

Fans of all music genres will experience non-stop entertainment by today's most popular acts from dual headline stages set at BamaJam Farms, a 1600-acre farm which includes such amenities as ATV trails, camping/RV sites and even a water park. Country star and BamaJam 2012 spokesman Darryl Worley will perform and host the opening night of what promises to be one of the grandest outdoor entertainment extravaganzas. Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 2, 2012, and will feature a special three-day $99.00 price, available for a very limited time only.

McGraw will close out the lineup on June 14. The singer recently topped the Country Album charts with "Emotional Traffic," his final release for Curb Records, and is currently climbing the singles charts with 'Better Than I Used To Be." The Zac Brown Band will end the performance day on June 15. Currently climbing the charts with "No Hurry," the band has been at the forefront of the industry since their 2008 release The Foundation, and their debut single "Chicken Fried."

Kid Rock, the adopted "Son of the South," is set to close out the final day of performances at BamaJam 2012. Racking up sales of almost 25 million units from eight studio albums since 1998, Rock is one of the biggest concert draws in the touring industry. Released in 2007, "Rock 'N Roll Jesus" was the biggest-selling rock album of 2008 and not only debuted at No. 1 but stayed on the charts for 100 weeks. In November 2010, Atlantic Records released the platinum-selling "Born Free," which was inspired by events taking place in Rock's hometown of Detroit, Mich.


"I'm looking forward to coming to 'Sweet Home' and playing with my friends, Zac Brown Band and Tim McGraw," said Rock in a news release. "Turn it up! We're gonna' set this place on fire!"