Huntsville’s First Big Spring Jam Features Emerging Acts

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville's largest music festival, Big Spring Jam began in 1993.  The Jam included emerging acts like Sammy Kershaw and Brother Cane.

From 1993 to 2009, the Big Spring Jam was a three-day event in downtown Huntsville. The concert took a hiatus in 2010, but returned as a two-day concert series in 2011.

Event organizers announced in November 2011 the Big Spring Jam would continue in the future as the local economy and interest improves.

Currently, there are no plans to bring it back, though.