Jfest Lineup Includes Jeremy Camp, Sanctus Real And More

Discounted Tickets Now On Sale

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Award winning Jfest is the Tennessee Valley’s biggest and longest running Christian Music Festival with music and fun for the family. Jfest will be at Camp Jordan on Saturday, May 20. Gates open at 9:30 with the music beginning at 10 a.m.  The Jfest/Run for God 5K begins at 8 a.m. 

Artist Lineup: Jeremy Camp, Sanctus Real, Family Force 5, Hollyn, Ryan Stevenson, Zach Williams (who currently has the #1 song in Christian music for 15 weeks-“Chainbreaker”, Micah Tyler, and DJ Gawvi. 

Jfest also features dozens of food vendors, booth sponsors, and a Kidsworld area featuring the region's largest inflatable activities including Knockerball, a petting zoo, and a fireworks displays set to music.  

Tickets are currently on sale for 25 percent off ($15), until May 1, then  $20. Children 11 and under get in free. Fanatics Package is $60 (50 percent sold out) and the kid’s Fanatic Package costing $30 (must be accompanied by Adult Fanatic package). Fanatics packages include:  access to Fanatics only side stage oasis, front section seating, the closest parking to the stage, Exclusive Fanatic T-shirt and lanyard and drink and merch vouchers.  The kid’s Fanatics Package allows children admission into the fanatics area.  

Group rates and church group rates are available. 

Jfest is sponsored by Belhaven University and Pediatric Dentistry of Chattanooga.  To register for the Run for God 5K and 10K visit www.runforgod.com

For more information and to purchase tickets in advance visit www.jfest.com or all area Fazoli’s and Sweetfrog locations. 

For more information contact Ted Gocke, festival director, at 424-1294 or ted@j103.com. 




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