BamaJam-Day 3

It's the last day for concert-goers at BamaJam.

The 3-day festival ends tonight with big performances from Kenny Chesney, Travis Tritt and Hank Williams Jr.

Festival officials estimate tonight's crowd will be the largest audience in history.

“This is very significant and I hope people realize that. It can create an extension of trading commerce that we've never seen before,” says Ronnie Gilley of Ronnie Gilley Entertainment.

This festival took a year to plan.

"We've already started planning for next year. We're trying to improve on the mistakes we made this year and try not to make them again next year,” says Gilley.

Mr. Gilley has big plans for the future of BamaJam.

"When we get an opportunity, we will be the entertainment capital of the worlds," says Gilley.


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  • by henry Location: abbevilleal on Jun 6, 2010 at 04:43 PM
    iam handicap and my wife is also we are first time going to bamajam and we may not go again because we had to park so far away nobody would let us through the gates after she saw me with my walking i ask the lady could please go through the open gate so i would have to walk so for down at the end of the line but she would not let me i enjoyed the people you had at bamajam but its my last henry
  • by Mary Rodgers Location: New Brockton, Al on Jun 6, 2010 at 08:55 AM
    First time getting to go. It was so great! So much to see and do. So many acts. Would have loved to see them all but didn't get around to them all. This definitely puts our Coffee County on the map.
  • by jmftem Location: dothan on Jun 6, 2010 at 06:57 AM
    And it will be,Thanks RG.
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