2011 Line-Up for Mountain Jam

Yeah, it sure feels like winter out there right now, but looking over the freshly announced line-up of bands for the Mountain Jam festival in June is sure to be enough to warm you up for bit.

The seventh annual Mountain Jam festival rolls into Hunter Mountain in Hunter, expanding to a four-day event which will take place from Thursday-Sunday, June 2-5. The festival will also be offering camping this year.

And the initial roster of bands that are scheduled to perform was announced today.

So who’s coming?

Since guitarslinger Warren Haynes is one of the festival’s driving forces, it’s no surprise that Gov’t Mule is returning (headlining on June 4), but the Warren Haynes Band will be playing as well, (headlining on June 3).

And My Morning Jacket is returning to headline the closing day of the fest, June 5.

But there’s more – much more. Also on tap for Mountain Jam VII are:

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Michael Franti & Spearhead
The Avett Brothers
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
Bela Fleck & the Flecktones
Mavis Staples
Electric Hot Tuna
North Mississippi Allstars
7 Walkers
The New Deal
Portugal. The Man
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Tim Reynolds & TR3
Toubab Krewe
Zach Deputy
The Ryan Montbleau Band
The London Souls
Chris Barron
Civil Twilight
The Heavy Pets
Kung Fu
The Alternate Routes
Moon Taxi
Ari Hest
TAB the Band
Morning Teleportation
Bronze Radio Return
The Erin Hobson Compact
The Big Takeover
Livingston Leo

Additional bands will also be named soon…

Festival Passes are now available at Early Bird prices for $142.50, and with camping for $172.50. For an additional $25, attendees can enjoy early admission to the campgrounds on Thursday afternoon and music on the Mountain starting at 8pm. A limited number of VIP Festival Passes are now on sale for $414.50 which include Thursday admission.

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