Tulsa Music Festival Brings Big Name Artists
TULSA, Oklahoma - Country music fans are gearing up for day two of Green Country Jam at Tulsa Raceway Park.
Rascal Flats, Big and Rich, and Jake Owen will all be taking the stage this weekend.
It's almost showtime and bands are warming up to play for thousands of country music lovers and for some of them, it's a return to their Oklahoma roots.
"I haven't been to this track since I was a little kid," said Jeremy Plato.
"It's really fun to come back, actually I'm going to have some family here so and they don't usually get to come to a lot of my shows so I am really excited for that," said James Robert.
More than 15 country music artists are coming together for the three-day festival.
Randy Houser, Jack Ingram, and Kody West are just a few of the names fans will be seeing take the stage.
"A party full of great artists, radio play, great catalog artists, party favorite artists, new artists, red dirt artists and a great line up for only 50 bucks," said Green Country Jam Producer Victor Sansone.
The artists will rotate between two stages.
"We are just gonna get up here and do what we do best," said Plato.
Festival organizers said they will also be donating some of the proceeds to Folds of Honor and Operation Finally Home.
"We are trying to raise enough money to buy a home for a soldier here in this area," said Sansone.
It's a huge project, one that Green Country Jam organizers said took the help of local businesses to make happen
"All Oklahoma subcontractors, everything here is from Oklahoma," said Sansone.
Fans will be able to get food and drinks all within the Tulsa Raceway Park grounds.
"Having a good time is intoxicating no pun intended,” laughed Sansone. "It will be fun to be here because it's gonna be so big you are gonna wanna know who is gonna be here every year."
The festival ends Saturday. You can get tickets here.