Just one year out from its 25th anniversary, Colorado’s Country Jam is a household name in the country music world. Some of the genre’s biggest acts grace the stages for country fans of all ages. With dozens of performances over the course of five days, Country Jam is the perfect way for country fans of all ages to kick off the summer.
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Country Jam Colorado Dates and Locations
Country Jam Colorado Lineup
For the entire lineup, check out the official page. We’ve picked out some of the big-name performances.
Thursday, June 15
Randy Houser: 8:30-9:45 p.m.
Justin Moore: 10:45-11:55 p.m.
Friday, June 16
Chris Young: 8:30-9:45 p.m.
Jason Aldean: 10:45-11:55 p.m.
Saturday, June 17
Kenny Chesney: 10:00-11:30 p.m.
Farewell Angelina: 11:30-1:00 a.m.
Sunday, June 18
Kane Brown 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Thomas Rhett 8:45-10:15 p.m.
Country Jam Colorado Tickets
1-day GA Pass – $119 (Sunday $109)
4-day GA Pass – $165
4-day Student Pass – $125
4-day VIP Seating – $750
VIP members have access to the VIP lounge which includes free food and drink options and premiere seating for the concerts.
4-day Reserved Seating – $390
Reserved seating near the stage.
How to Get to and From Country Jam Colorado
Air – Denver International Airport is almost a four-hour drive from the festival. However, you can catch a regional flight from Denver to Grand Junction, which is just an hour flight.
Car – The festival directions page offers driving direction from the west and the east. The ranch is located just off of I-70.
Where to Stay for Country Jam Colorado
The festival offers camping options which are perfect for those who just can’t bring themselves to leave the festival. For those of you who want a little break in between concerts and maybe some privacy, we’ve picked a few off-ranch options that might catch your eye.
Camping – The festival offers a variety of campsite options ranging from 20×40 VIP sites right outside the festival grounds to standard 20×30 sites further from the entrances. Check out the festival camping page for me information.
Airbnb Camping – This campsite sleeps up to four and offers grills, hammocks, fire pits and picnic tables just a few minutes by car from the festival area. For those who want to camp, but prefer a little privacy and a change of scenery, this option is perfect. Reserving the site costs $28 per night.
Airbnb – This quiet bedroom would be a perfect recharge area for a tired couple attending the festival. The hosts are a mom and daughter and although they’re new to Airbnb, the room gets a solid 4.5 stars. Booking is just $62 per night.
Hotel – The Grand Junction Ramada is a no-frills hotel option that would also provide a respite from the festival environment. A shuttle runs directly from the hotel to the festival so don’t sweat transportation. Booking starts at $144 per night.