It's Montana's Biggest Country Festival and it's back again this summer!

Of course, we're talking about Headwaters Country Jam and we've got some big news coming this Monday. Headwaters is a three-day country music festival with several different acts and a couple of stages under the big sky of Montana.

So maybe you've been thinking to yourself, so what about the 2022 Headwaters Country Jam?

Great question and this coming Monday we have some answers. We're excited to once again team up with Headwaters Country Jam and we will have some big announcements starting on Monday. Plus, we will have some "Win Them Before You Can Buy Them" opportunities as well.

Credit: Alienated Productions
Credit: Alienated Productions

After a year off for the Pandemic, Headwaters came roaring back last year with country superstars such as Midland, Clay Walker, Dustin Lynch Blanco Brown, and Jameson Rodgers.

Credit: Alienated Productions
Credit: Alienated Productions

Headwaters started off as an idea back in 2007 and became a reality one year later. Over the years the festival has brought big time country starts to Montana.  Some of the past performers include:

  • Montgomery Gentry
  • Tracy Lawrence
  • Lonestar
  • Bellemy Brothers
  • Mark Chesnut
  • Sammy Kershaw
  • Eli Young Band
  • Trace Adkins

Headwaters Country Jam does a fantastic job of mixing both the old and the new so the audience gets exactly what they want. With a great mix of acts from the '90s, today's artists, and up and comers.

Credit: Alienated Productions
Credit: Alienated Productions

Make sure you listen to 100.7 XL Country Monday Morning or check out for more details regarding the 2022 Headwaters Country Jam.

Headwaters Country Jam 2021

It's Montana's Biggest Country Music Festival and has become a tradition for friends and families alike. Folks from all over the state and the country, gather three days for the very best in Country Music and Camping in Three Forks, Montana.

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