Sugarland to Perform At First-Ever Fan Jam

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The Academy of Country Music and Sugarland will host a party inside of a party during the inaugural ACM Fan Jam. Concurrent with the 46th Academy of Country Music Awards, held on Sunday, April 3, Sugarland will perform at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and, after the awards show, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The Fan Jam will include three live remote breaks into the ACM Awards, along with prizes and giveaways for the attendees.

Tickets to the ACM Fan Jam go on sale on Wednesday, Jan. 19, at ticketmaster.com and will be priced at $35 and $55. “We sell out our awards show tickets within minutes of going on sale, every year,” explains Bob Romeo, CEO of the Academy of Country Music in a statement. “With Sugarland’s help, the Academy is answering the demand of more and better access to the awards show with the Fan Jam, with a family-friendly ticket price and a promise that this experience will be like no other in ACM Awards history.”

"I am wound up about the ACM Fan Jam,” said Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles. “It's going to be like hosting our own ACM party for the fans. They'll get to see the show and have their own private show in the same evening! It's like having your biscuit and eating it, too, all in one big jar of Fan Jam!"

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