Festival season is in full swing, and thousands of country music fans flocked to Enterprise, Alabama over the weekend for BamaJam 2012.
After a one year hiatus the popular BamaJam festival, now with Pepsi onboard as a sponsor, returned to BamaJam Farms in southeast Alabama June 14-16. The event offered dual music stages for constant musical entertainment and the all-star lineup included Tim McGraw, Zac Brown Band, Kid Rock, Eric Church, Alan Jackson, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson, NEEDTOBREATHE, Yelawolf, Casey James, Gov’t Mule, Ronnie Milsap and more. The grounds also offered camping, ATV Trails, and a water park.
A series of severe storms interfered with the schedule on Thursday night (6/14) and forced several performers, including Broken Bow up-and-comer Dustin Lynch, to cancel their sets. But when he heard about two fans who drove from Virginia just to see him, Lynch turned his tour bus around and gave them a special private performance of “Cowboys and Angels.” Check it out here. Thursday evening headliners Eric Church and Tim McGraw went on and performed as planned after the weather cleared.