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The Big Valley Jamboree is thrilled to announce the final performers rounding out the festival's complete 2019 BVJ lineup (August 1-4, 2019). Pam Tillis, High Valley, and Mackenzie Porter will be joining the likes of Toby Keith, Brooks & Dunn, Old Dominion, Brothers Osborne, Kane Brown, Lindsay Ell, James Barker Band, Brett Kissel, Billy Ray Cyrus and many more names previously announced.
 
 
Pam Tillis is a country music legend who knows all about breaking the platinum barrier. With 6 number ones and 14 top ten singles, more than 30 singles charting on US Billboard, and the sale of over 7 Million copies of her studio albums, Pam has earned her spot among country music royalty. Her main stage performance adds even more depth to one of BVJ’s best lineups yet. 

BVJers will also get to see the high-energy performance of Alberta’s own High Valley, a duo who didn’t really know how country music was supposed to sound when they began crafting their music. This outstanding pair steadily honed an old school modern style once their remote town of La Crete, Alberta got an FM radio station, and the result is one of the best acts in country music today. 

Rounding out our complete 2019 lineup is another Alberta native, Mackenzie Porter. Growing up on the family farm near Medicine Hat, Porter’s dad and grandfather always had country music playing on the radio, providing an authentic soundtrack to her bonafide rural roots. It wasn’t long before she found her voice as a singer and songwriter, and CCMA and Juno nominations soon followed. An ex-pat living in Nashville, Porter’s presence on the BVJ mainstage will be a welcome homecoming for this dyed-in-the-wool Albertan whose country music star continues to rise. 


The Big Valley Jamboree is thrilled to announce more of the biggest names in country music as part of this year’s lineup, making Camrose, Alberta the premier destination for country music fans August Long Weekend (August 1-4, 2019).

Every year, BVJ starts the festival with the Thursday Night Kickoff Party in the Coors Banquet Saloon. Joining this year’s exceptional line up of Charlie Major, Brothers Osborne, The Prairie States, will be Petric, a Canadian country duo who’ve commanded big success, with 7 Million streams, 315K+ views on YouTube, multiple chart topping hit songs on Country radio, two top singles, and a shelf full of awards and nominations.

And if that weren’t enough, BVJ’s mainstage lineup keeps heating up, with country music legend Toby Keith, one of the modern era's most complete self-directed hit makers will be headlining the mainstage on Friday night. Keith, who is a legendary fan favourite and BVJ alum, is a much anticipated addition to an already stellar lineup of previously announced stars, including Brooks & Dunn, Old Dominion, Kane Brown, Lindsay Ell, James Barker Band, Brett Kissel, and Billy Ray Cyrus.

Other artists who’ll be lighting up the main stage include Aaron Goodvin, whose debut record Knock on Wood produced three top 10 singles; reigning CCMA Female Artist of the Year Meghan Patrick and her inspired parallel to Emmylou Harris, back when she was cutting records with Gram Parsons in the early ‘70s; Tebey, whose multi-genre output includes chart-topping country hits like “Somewhere in the Country”; Dan Davidson who is Alberta’s newest up and coming country sensation exploding onto the Canadian country scene in 2016 with the release of his second single “Found”; and Jade Eagleson, whose modern twist on country roots channels the foundational sounds of country royalty, like Johnny Cash and George Jones.

Rounding out this impressive lineup are the songs and giant talent of Ronnie Milsap, and relative newcomers David JamesShawn AustinBlack Mountain Whiskey RebellionDon AmeroKelsi Mayne and Tanya Ryan.

Please note: festival goers only have until January 31 to get the hottest ticket in country music at the early bird rate, which increase on February 1. Additionally, some reserved seating is still available in the main concert bowl. So don’t delay—get the hottest ticket in country music today!

Once again, BVJers can EZPay their way to Big Valley Jamboree! Paying for tickets and camping has never been easier with the EZPay Ticket Payment Plan. Select EZPay as your payment option in the ticketing cart at bigvalleyjamboree.com and you’ll be able to split your payments into a maximum of 5 smaller payments.

Big Valley Jamboree has also partnered with Live It Up Lifestyle Adventures to provide luxury bus transportation from Edmonton, Calgary, and Red Deer to Camrose for the 2019 Festival. The Live It Up shuttle is a 56 passenger luxury motorcoach with reclining seats, seat belts, washroom facilities and full climate control. BVJers are hosted by two Live It Up Tour Directors to ensure the day runs smoothly.

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About Big Valley Jamboree

Now in its 27th year, The Big Valley Jamboree continues its proud tradition of bringing the biggest stars in country music—including country legends, contemporary chart toppers, and the hottest up-and-comers—to the stage in Camrose. From August 1-4, BVJ’s festival site transforms into a country lifestyle event. From the multiple stages showcasing nearly 100 different artists, to the numerous attractions and events all weekend long, BVJ has country for everyone.   

 

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