John Michael Montgomery Country-Fest Dates Announced!

John Michael Montgomery Country-Fest Dates Announced!
September 28-29 in Winchester, KY
Nashville, TN (Sept. 4, 2012) — John Michael Montgomery fans get ready!
We are proud to announce John Michael Montgomery Country-Fest 2012, a
two day country music festival, September 28th and 29th at
Lykins Park in Winchester, KY. Hosted by Country Music Superstar and
Kentucky native John Michael Montgomery, Country-Fest will be Central
Kentucky’s Country Music Event of the Year!
Trace Adkins, Thompson Square, Gloriana, The Lost Trailers, Thomas
Rhett, Exile and newcomers The Swon Brothers are scheduled with more to
be added!
JMM Country
Fest is a community-oriented event, with a portion of the proceeds
benefiting various non- profit and charitable community organizations. 
The festival will also include arts and crafts, family activities, food
vendors and much more!
Advance tickets are $30 per day or $50 for the weekend and can be purchased at The Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and online at

Tickets may
also be purchased at the gate, $40 per day or $60 for weekend passes. 
Children 10 and under and active military with ID are admitted FREE!
RV/camp sites are also available for reservation online at
John Michael
Montgomery has sold over 16 million albums, won four ACM awards, three
CMA awards and has 15 number one singles, including hits such as I Swear, Be My Baby Tonight, Sold, The Little Girl and Letters from Home, among others.
John Michael Montgomery’s Second Annual Country-Fest is  “Central Kentucky’s Music Event of the Year!”

For more information go to Like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter @jmmcountryfest.

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