Tim McGraw, Zac Brown Band and Kid Rock are just a few of the big-name acts who have signed on to perform at the 2012 BamaJam festival, which set for this June in Alabama.

The festival is lined up to take place in Enterprise, Ala. from June 14-16, when artists from all walks of life will perform. The three-day event will be hosted by Darryl Worley, who is the official spokesman of the fest. Worley will also perform on opening night on one of the two stages set up on BamaJam Farms. The location is a 1,600-acre farm that includes various amenities, including ATV trails, camping/RV sites and a waterpark for fans to cool off at in between the must-see performances.

McGraw is slated to close out the first day of the BamaJam (June 14), while Zac Brown Band is scheduled to take the stage as Friday’s headliner on June 15. Kid Rock will serve as the final performance for the event, closing the festival gates when he plays on June 16.

“I’m looking forward to coming to ‘Sweet Home’ and playing with my friends, Zac Brown Band and Tim McGraw,” Rock says. “Turn it up! We’re gonna set this place on fire!”

Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 2. The fest will offer a special three-day $99.00 price, available for a very limited time only. For more information about BamaJam 2012, including a full list of artists scheduled to perform, parking options, vendors that will be on site, or to purchase tickets once they are on sale, visit the official website for the event by clicking here.

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