Keith joins Country Jam

Thursday, January 22, 2015 – Toby Keith was been added as the fourth headliner for the 24th Annual Country Jam music coming this June to Colorado.

The festival, slated for June 18-21, will be at Jam Ranch outside Grand Junction, Col.

Keith joins previously announced headliners Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and The Band Perry.

Keith's current single is "Drunk Americans."

"We are very happy to add Toby Keith to our superstar lineup," said Dhruv Prasad, Executive Vice President, Live Events, Townsquare Media, adding, "We're not finished yet - all I can say is there are more great acts to be announced, so stay tuned."

Tickets are available now for Country Jam 2015. General admission tickets start at $140 for a 4-day pass and VIP packages start at $640 for a 4-day "Silver Pass," with "Gold Pass" packages available as well. More information on VIP package details and pricing is available online at http://countryjam.com/tickets.

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