MACON, GEORGIA WILL BE FILLED WITH MUSIC ON JULY 30
Bragg Jam Music, Arts, and Community Festival have announced the full lineup for their annual Concert Crawl, the main event of the Bragg Jam Festival . With a focus on regional musicians, this year's event includes 36 artists encompassing all genres and backgrounds of music from all around the country. The Concert Crawl is scheduled to begin at 5:00 pm on Saturday, July 30th, following Arts @ The Parks.
| Jamey Johnson|
This year Bragg Jam will bring Jamey Johnson “back to Macon” this July 22. Johnson will be headlining the Macon City Auditorium with opening performances by Randy Houser and Bragg Jam veteran Corey Crowder. Tickets are on sale now at Ticketmaster.
Check out the full Concert Crawl lineup here.
Voted as a Top 20 event by the SouthEast Tourism Society, Bragg Jam’s Concert Crawl is a multi-venue, citywide festival with 36 bands on 9 stages with all proceeds benefiting local charities. The majority of all funding goes towards preservation and protection of the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail and various parks in the downtown district. Inspired by late musicians and brothers, Bragg Jam, a 501(c)3 was created and through the dedication of an all volunteer board, has given over $100,000 to charitable organizations in the Macon community.
Tickets are available the day of the Concert Crawl only, but can be purchased at all participating venues. Admission is $20.00 and allows access to all venues (almost half the venues are all ages) throughout the entire night, as well as unlimited rides on the city trolley between venues. The Concert Crawl is a rain or shine event.
Become a Bragg Jam Patron for $100 and get two passes to the Friday Night (July 29th) Patron Party featuring the Yacht Rock Schooner, which includes food and an open bar from 8-10 pm, two tickets to the Concert Crawl, and two 2011 Bragg Jam t-shirts. More information can be found here.