This going to be awesome! The Beaver Dam Amphitheatre just announced the headliners for this year's Labor Day Weekend JAM. They're two bands that helped define the 90s and early 2000s. Yep! The Gin Blossoms and Sugar Ray are headed to the DAM and they'll be joined by Tonic and Fastball.

The Gin Blossoms first burst onto the scene back in 1992 with their debut single, "Hey Jealousy."

Their next album, Congratulations, I'm Sorry, earned them a Grammy nomination for the song "As Long as It Matters."

Plus, that album spawned the Top 10 single- "Follow You Down."

The Gin Blossoms will be joined by Sugar Ray, who have sold over 10 million records and landed four songs in the Billboard Top 10!

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The concert is set for Saturday, September 2nd at Beaver Dam Amphitheatre's Labor Day Weekend JAM at the DAM. Tickets will go on sale to general public on Friday, May 12th at 10am CST.

However, there will be an exclusive presale on Thursday, May 11th. That presale gets underway at 10am CST and requires a password. To receive that password, you need to sign up for the Beaver Dam Amp newsletter by CLICKING HERE!

Tickets for the concert start at just $39.50.

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Tickets are available as:

LOWER ARENA RESERVED TABLES FOR 4

LOWER ARENA GENERAL ADMISSION

UPPER LAWN GENERAL ADMISSION

The Lower Arena Reserved Tables for 4 include dedicated food and beverage service, touch-free payment and access to the pit directly in front of the stage.

The Lower Arena GA tickets include seats and access to the pit.

The Upper Lawn GA allow guests to bring a small folding chair or blanket.

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