Life really is all about just going out there and experiencing things you may have never thought you would. I experienced this super crazy redneck circus called Country Jam in Grand Junction last summer, but when Grayson got the opportunity to win us free tickets for this year I knew it was fate to go at least once more. Last year my group camped out for the four long days of the festival, and by random fate were camped just a few spots from Grayson and his friends :) I would like to say that last years event was the beginning of our crazy adventure to becoming a couple! We didn't spend much time together or even talk much at Country Jam 2014 but I would like to think that it's the reason we popped back into each other's minds. So coming to Country Jam again together meant more than spending a few days at country concerts with friends but celebrating where our relationship has grown this past year, he means the world to me and going with this group of his friends made the trip incredible!
Grayson group of friends he is very close with are many from high school and even more of their friends they’ve all made throughout our college years, and I fortunately got to know these people on this 4 days in very close quarters… Being so close forced us to love each other and Im actually quite glad that it was them, if I had to be with anyone in tents and 12 foot camping spots I got pretty lucky with these people.
Four days of country music is actually not what I would say my favorite/first choice in music but honestly its a wonderful way to spend summer days, country reminds me of warm days and lemonade and camping; country jam puts that all together and adds friends, what more could you ask for??
The line up consisted of many huge country artists, a few a day but we only made it to 2-3 each night. Thursday we saw Parmalee and The Band Perry, Friday was Frankie Ballard and Keith Urban, Friday Billy Currington and Tim McGraw and finally Sunday was Toby Keith, WHERE I GOT HIS SET LIST holler at your girl.
Overall, Country Jam 2015 - one for the books no doubt.
Thank you friends and artists for creating an incredible trip!