Best Suwannee River Jam yet will feature Zac Brown Band, John Fogerty, Travis Tritt, Kansas, John Michael Montgomery, Colt Ford, Justin Moore, LoCash Cowboys, Jason Michael Carroll, Josh Thompson, Mountain Heart and David Cooler

Best Suwannee River Jam yet will feature Zac Brown Band, John Fogerty, Travis Tritt, Kansas, John Michael Montgomery, Colt Ford, Justin Moore, LoCash Cowboys, Jason Michael Carroll, Josh Thompson, Mountain Heart and David Cooler

SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE MUSIC PARK, LIVE OAK, FLA Hold on to your hats, Suwannee River Jam fans, the best Jam ever at the biggest country jam in the South is about to happen April 21-24! Performing artists will be 2010 Best New Artist of the Year Grammy winner Zac Brown Band, John Fogerty, Travis Tritt, Kansas, John Michael Montgomery, Colt Ford, Justin Moore, LoCash Cowboys, Jason Michael Carroll, Josh Thompson, Mountain Heart and David Cooler.

This year’s Jam will mix high energy music and entertainment with some of the biggest artists in country music at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP). The South’s biggest country music festival, the Suwannee River Jam, will be four days of fun and great music. Thousands upon thousands of country music fans will converge on North Florida to enjoy the atmosphere along the banks of the historic Suwannee River and gather family and friends to enjoy camping and their favorite country music superstars.

The Suwannee River Jam gets underway Wednesday night, April 21, at the SOSMP Music Hall, where weekend ticket holders will be treated to a free kick-off party with a scorching hot, emerging regional artist. Thursday night, April 22, on the outdoor 1st Street Music & Sound Party Zone stage there will be a jamming good time where you will see some of the most up- and-coming country artists on stage. Friday and Saturday nights, April 23-24, will showcase some of the biggest names in country music and southern rock on the Jam stage, as well as the brand new Ms. Suwannee River Jam contest. It’s a week that is not to be missed!

Early Bird Weekend tickets priced at $90 ends at midnight, Thursday, Feb. 4. Get your tickets now by calling the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park office at 386-364-1683 or go to suwanneeriverjam.com. Advance ticket prices begin Friday, Feb. 5: Adult weekend ticket $130; Kids (6 -12) $45; single day adult $75; Gold VIP $400 and Silver VIP $200. Tickets may be purchased at www.musicliveshere.com; by calling the SOSMP at 386-364-1683; in person at the SOSMP front office; or online at suwanneeriverjam.com. Weekend and single day tickets may be purchased at all S&S Food stores at reduced rates (Weekend $110 and Single Day $65, taxes and processing not included). All tickets are priced per person; tickets are non-transferable; camping is not included in ticket price.

While at the Jam, you may want to enjoy jam sessions with other musicians, check out the Country Store, Craft Village or just hang out and reminisce near the crackling campfires. The Spirit of Suwannee Music Park offers canoe trips, biking, putt putt or pro quality disc golf, swimming pool for overnight guests, endless mesmerizing trails, golf cart rental to tour the park for miles and miles of pristine woods, delicious foods and beverages at the famed SOS Café and Restaurant or you can just sit, relax and enjoy the sights and sounds on the banks of the beautiful Suwannee River… the possibilities are endless! Camping, RV and recreational vehicle parking sites are available, but you must hurry as these sell out quickly for Jam week.

Located between Interstates 75 and 10 in North Florida, there are hundreds of improved campsites, park model rentals and nearly 1,000 acres of primitive camping, all on the banks of the historic Suwannee River. The SOSMP is close to most every big city in North and Central Florida and South Georgia.

For more information, call us at 386-364-1683, go to the website at www.musicliveshere.com or email us at spirit@musicliveshere.com to find out more about Jam tickets, primitive camping, RV parking or cabin accommodations. Ya’ll come now, you hear!