Tickets on sale for FarmJam 2020, featuring Drake White, Corb Lund, Stephanie Quayle and more country artists

click to enlarge Drake White and his band the Big Fire headline Sunday night at this year's FarmJam festival in Colville. No word on whether these dogs will be part of the show. - DRAKEWHITE.COM
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Drake White and his band the Big Fire headline Sunday night at this year's FarmJam festival in Colville. No word on whether these dogs will be part of the show.
A little pandemic isn't going to keep this music festival down. FarmJam, a three-day celebration of up-and-coming country artists held in Stevens County, is back for its sophomore year this Sept. 4-6, and tickets are on sale now.

The biggest name on the bill is probably Drake White & the Big Fire. White is a soulful Alabama man who's led his band on tours with the likes of Willie Nelson, Eric Church and the Zac Brown Band.

White and the Big Fire will headline Sunday's festivities, joined by the likes of Corb Lund, Stephanie Quayle, the Scooter Brown Band, Dillon Carmichael and Devon Wade.


On Friday, the festival kicks off with sets by the Last Chance Band, the Jesse Quandt Band and Jessie Leigh.

Saturday's artists are still under wraps, but that doesn't mean you can't set yourself up with tickets and camping passes now. Lord knows we could all use a celebration of music right about now.

Tickets range from $40 for a single day ticket on Friday ($80 for Saturday or Sunday) to $160 for a full-FarmJam pass, with VIP tickets available. Camping is $25 per car, or $125 if you need serious space for an RV or your personal semi. 

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