Monday, November 27, 2023


Iconic Event Returns to Fort Payne, Alabama’s VFW Fairgrounds on June 1, 2024

Tickets On-sale Via Ticketmaster This Friday, December 1, at 10 AM / CT

Pre-sale Begin Tomorrow, November 28, at 10 AM / CT

Today, legendary country band ALABAMA announced June Jam XVIII, taking place in Fort Payne, Alabama at the VFW Fairgrounds on June 1 of next year. Tickets for the iconic festival, benefiting charitable causes throughout the state of Alabama, go on-sale this Friday, December 1 at 10 AM / CT via Ticketmaster. Pre-sales are available tomorrow, November 28, at 10 AM / CT.

Following a 16-year hiatus, ALABAMA co-founders Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry resurrected June Jam this past summer, drawing nearly 11,000 fans to Fort Payne, raising hundreds of thousands. Owen and Gentry are thrilled to continue the tradition and plan to keep June Jam going for years to come.

Collectively, the past 17 June Jam events have raised over 20 million dollars for the state of Alabama. Money raised goes to The June Jam Foundation which donates to those in need across the state, including disaster relief.

"What a great way to help raise money for many charities and those in need and at the same time, having a great party in a field with our guest artists and fans," says Gentry. "Come join us."

“Looking forward to another great June Jam," adds Owen. "It’s gonna be fun!"

ALABAMA will announce next year’s lineup of talent in the coming months.

June Jam was created by Fort Payne’s sons, ALABAMA, and brought some of the biggest names in country music together for charity. The first June Jam benefit concert took place in 1982 and continued annually for sixteen years, making it one of the biggest country music events in the nation. Previous performers include Garth Brooks, Charlie Daniels, Alan Jackson, The Judds, Tim McGraw, Toby Keith, Wayne Newton, Dolly Parton, Trisha Yearwood, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson and many more.

June Jam XVIII is produced by Outback Presents and Conway Entertainment Group.

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