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Kid Rock, Gary Allan, Blake Shelton, Pat Green play BamaJam

Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Kid Rock, Gary Allan, Blake Shelton and Pat Green will play the second annual BamaJam Music & Arts Festival in Enterprise, Ala in June 2009. Also named to perform were Luke Bryan, Aaron Tippin and John Anderson.

Shelton, Bryan and Anderson will kick-off the festival on Thursday evening (June 4).

Kid Rock will close the show on Saturday evening (June 6) along with Allan, Green and Tippin.

Other performers are Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson, Taylor Swift, Charlie Daniels, 38 Special, Jason Aldean, Heidi Newfield, Jamey Johnson, LoCash Cowboys and Houston County.

BamaJammers is offering a 3-day general admission ticket currently priced at only $139.50, saving $40. "We understand the economic conditions; it's hard times for everyone," said Billy Graham, Vice President, Ronnie Gilley Entertainment. "So, we've created this early bird special and four installment payment plan to make it more affordable than ever to plan a budget and purchase tickets so that you won't miss out on the best-of-the-best music entertainment money can by. Get your tickets now and save."

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