Tom Petty, Steve Miller headline 13th Annual Mountain Jam Fest

The 13th Annual Mountain Jam Music Festival unveiled the first headliners for its 2017 lineup – Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers and the Steve Miller Band. Also on the bill are: Peter Frampton, Gary Clark Jr., Michael Franti & Spearhead, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, The Strumbellas, Shovels & Rope, The Revivalists, The Infamous Stringdusters, White Denim, Elephant Revival, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, and River Whyless. Additional artists to be announced early next year.

Tickets for Mountain Jam 2017 go on sale Wednesday, November 16th starting at 10 am (EST). General Admission and VIP tickets are available for the full weekend starting at $184 and $600 (plus taxes) respectively.

Mountain Jam 2017 will take place June 16-18 at its longstanding home, in the heart of the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County in Hunter Mountain, NY. Hunter Mountain is the Northeast’s premier natural amphitheater set amidst a majestic landscape. The venue offers premium camping and lodging options on-site along with modern conveniences including 24-hour access to indoor bathrooms, a large full service bar, and a plethora of food options.

Throughout the weekend activities are planned for music lovers of all ages. The Sky Ride, a six-passenger chairlift that carries guests to the 3,200 foot summit offering spectacular views of the Massachusetts’ Berkshires and Vermont’s Green Mountains, is also a Jammer fan favorite.

“This year’s edition of Mountain Jam brings a unique blend of artists and eras from across the landscape of rock n roll that will not be replicated at any other music festival,” commented Dhruv Prasad, one of the festival organizers.


Author: Buddy Iahn

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