Country Jam Ranch

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The Country Jam is an annual musical festival in the Western Slope of Colorado which started in 1992. Its 28th occurrence was in 2019.

The festival is estimated to have an $11 million annual impact.[1]

It is a four-day "rain or shine" event. Many attendees stay in the festival's campground area.

In the 2017 festival, Old Dominion debuted three new songs, reported Taste of Country, which also said few artists "do a sing-along like Old Dominion. "Said Nobody," "Beer Can in a Truck Bed" and their version of Sam Hunt's "Make You Miss Me" (co-written by Ramsey) filled the Grand Valley as the sun went from yellow to a deep orange."[2]

The 2019 festival featured Alabama and others.[3]

Country Jam USA's previous lineups have included some of the biggest names in country music.

Country Jam Ranch

The festival is held at the Country Jam Ranch, a 240 acre ranch and music festival concert venue located in the Grand Valley (Colorado-Utah) near the town of Mack, Colorado, United States.[4] The Country Jam Ranch is a permanent festival site.

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