Overall stats for Country Jam 2022

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, Colorado State Patrol, and Lower Valley Fire Protection District along with state and federal partners were on-site during Country Jam, a three-day country music festival located in Mack, Colorado.

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office and Colorado State Liquor Enforcement under-aged drinking enforcement team made 65 arrests resulting in 65 summons issued for alcohol violations. All citations were referred to Country Jam security for removal from festival grounds. A full breakdown of the underage liquor infractions is listed below.


2022 Country Jam Stats*                                          

Total Summons Issued: 65

  • Minor in Possession/Alcohol Offenses: 61
  • Fake ID: 1
  • Other Crime: 3

Colorado State Patrol made five proactive DUI arrests and conducted 137 traffic stops. It's important to note there were zero DUI-related crashes during the music festival this year.

During the three-day festival, Lower Valley Fire Protection District treated 90 patients on-site with 9 transports to local hospitals. Medical-related incidents included heat-related/dehydration, alcohol/overdose, wound care, orthopedic, cardiac, respiratory, and seizures. Lower Valley also responded to two fire-related incidents.

Mesa County Sheriff's Deputies made three arrests during the festival. Charges include Trespassing, Restraining Order Violation, and Criminal Mischief. Deputies are also investigating a report of a sexual assault. In addition, deputies responded to several calls of intoxicated subjects and a found lost child who was reunited with their parents.

To view last year's stats, click here.