ROYALTON -- It's that time of year again where rock music fans make their way to Royalton for Halfway Jam.

Fans began dropping off their campers last week to save their spot for what's excepted to be a whole new experience.

Concert Producer Jeff Vee says they have over 20 bands hitting their stages, including some big name artists.

"We've really worked hard with what we've had to work with. With the new ownership team this year we've had more resources and it allowed us to take a big step forward," says Vee.

Some of the bands hitting the stage include Buckcherry, Seether, and Skillet just to name a few.

Vee says while this year's show hasn't even started, they are already looking at ways to making it better next year.

"We are already talking about next year, we've had some offers out on bands prior to this weekend so we hope we can announce that sometime during Halfway Jam," says Vee.

The three day event starts tonight (Thursday) with music starting at 5:00 p.m and goes until the Saturday.

But don't worry, if you feel you're missing out Vee says there are still tickets available.

"You can get tickets at the gate as well as single day camping, but if you want to save some money I'd get tickets on our website before tonight's show," says Vee.

For tickets, camping prices and a complete stage lineup click on Halfway Jam.

 

(Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON)