Cole Swindell Added to Headliners for 2018 WCOL Country Jam + Campout
Cole Swindell has been announced as one of the headliners for the 2018 WCOL Country Jam + Campout, joining a lineup that brings together some of the top talent in country music over the course of three days of live shows.
The largest country music event in Ohio takes place at the historic Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio, just outside of Columbus, from Thursday, Aug. 30 until Saturday, Sept. 1. Swindell joins a lineup that includes Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi, Maren Morris, Dan + Shay and more of the biggest artists in country music today. Brett Young, Chris Lane and Craig Campbell have also been added to the festival, which expands to three days in 2018 to present the biggest lineup in the history of the event.
In addition to three days of music, the 2018 WCOL Country Jam — presented by 92.3 WCOL in Columbus — will feature an all-star monster truck demo, a 4-wheel drive truck and tractor pull, professional ATV racing and more, along with games, contests, BBQ, beer and more fun and refreshments.
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92.3 WCOL Country Jam + Campout will also host Ohio’s biggest honky-tonk, Woody’s Saloon, featuring one of the premier line dancing DJs in country music. There will be line dancing workshops, mechanical bull rides, surprise sets by some of country’s best DJs, oversized games including beer pong and giant Jenga and more, along with contests with chances to win VIP upgrades, backstage tours, merchandise and other prizes.
Tickets for 92.3 WCOL Country Jam + Campout are on sale now at the festival's official website. Camping add-ons start at $99.50 for General Admission Camping for up to four people, $159.50 for VIP Camping for up to four people, $199.50 for dry RV Camping for up to four people and $999.50 for Tent Ready Camping for up to two people, which includes a tent, two blow up mattresses, two sleeping bags and a pair of VIP Lounge Passes for the weekend. All package prices are subject to additional fees.
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