A country music festival in Colorado that featured many popular performers has led to a COVID-19 outbreak, officials say.
Officials with the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment say four staff members and 13 attendees from the Country Jam festival in Grand Junction got COVID-19 after attending the three-day event.
The June 24-26 outdoor music festival featured Luke Combs, Toby Keith and Carrie Underwood as headliners. Ashley McBryde, Tanya Tucker and Kip Moore were among the other singers who performed.
Organizers of Country Jam have not publicly commented on the COVID-19 outbreak, nor have the three headline performers.