Country FanJam 2015 debuts in Nashville

country fan jamMore than 100 top artists appear at Nashville Fairgrounds June 11-14

The great legacy of country music in Nashville is the inspiration behind Country FanJam, the brainchild of entrepreneur, Dale Guthery.

Guthery, owner of Country Fan Association, brings a shining new festival to the Nashville Fairgrounds June 11-14, showcasing country artists from the 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s, along with special guests and an array of emerging artists. The inaugural Country FanJam promises a full slate of performances by top names in Country and Acoustic Music, and will introduce rising acts as well.


“I love the fans of country music and I am thrilled to bring the Country FanJam to Nashville,” Guthery says. “We’re not just a concert, we are an event.”


In partnership with iHeart Radio, Clear Channel, Lamar Advertising, Famous Energy and Nashville Rising Star the festival boasts both emerging artists and a jaw-dropping lineup of beloved hit-makers. Wade Hayes, Ray Scott, Buddy Jewell, Tonya Watts, the Bellamy Brothers, Darryl Worley, Andy Griggs, Jamie O’Neal, Ty Herndon, Doug Stone, Adley Stump, Mark Collie, David Ball, Mark Wills, Ken Mellons, Sammy Sadler and Anthony Smith are just some of the stars set to appear.


Country Fan Jam is a four day, all-ages music festival being held June 11-14, 2015 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds near Nashville, Tennessee. The festival features top Country artists from the 80s, 90s and 2000’s, plus many emerging artists who are making a buzz in the industry. More than just a concert, there will be activities for families, children, vendors, food, exhibit booths and more. Multiple stages will present a variety of country music styles and talent. Tent camping is available. Visit to buy tickets and/or reserve camping. Country FanJam (CFJ) is not affiliated with any other event.

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