San Antonio Ropes Country Star Studded 8 Man Jam Back In

After being unplugged due to COVID-19 last fall, 8 Man Jam is returning to San Antonio next month. 

The annual tradition hosted by country music radio station Y100 and presented by Bud Light brings in eight genre stars to perform acoustic sessions for an intimate crowd. The tickets are free, but fans have to win them from the station. Y100 typically hosts pop-up opportunities for residents to win their way in or gives away tickets on-air. 

Previous installments of the show have brought in country crooners like Brad Paisley, Morgan Wallen, and Chris Young. Y100 will reveal the full lineup for the Wednesday, November 17, show on Monday, October 11, at 7:10 a.m.

Y100 morning host Beth Boehm gave MySA a teaser of who fans can expect to see on stage when the concert rolls through. 

"Some of your favorites are coming back this year, plus some amazing new Nashville talent will be mixed in," Boehm says. "It's going to be amazing having everyone back together for live music!"

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Prior to this year, the jam session was hosted at the Majestic Theatre. This year, twangy tunes and the clacking of shined up boots will take over the Tobin Center. 

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