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Mountain Jam 2011: Mule, MMJ, Franti, Bela, Lotus, Soulive, Nmas

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JUNE 2-5; HUNTER MOUNTAIN; HUNTER, NY; EARLY BIRD TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Radio Woodstock and Warren Haynes present the seventh annual Mountain Jam Music Festival at Hunter Mountain, in Hunter, NY from Thursday, June 2, to Sunday, June 5, 2011. For the first time, Mountain Jam will expand to include four days of music and camping. Early bird tickets are now available at MountainJam.com. Gov't Mule will headline Mountain Jam for the seventh consecutive year on Saturday, June 3. Gov't Mule's two-set performance at Mountain Jam VII will be one of only a few select appearances for the group in 2011. My Morning Jacket will return to the festival after five years to headline on Sunday, June 5. The newly formed Warren Haynes Band, a soul-infused ensemble, will make its debut northeast festival appearance, headlining on Friday, June 2.

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 8 pm. A limited number of VIP Festival Passes are now on sale for $414.50 which includes Thursday admission.

Mountain Jam Lineup

Gov't Mule
My Morning Jacket
Warren Haynes Band
Michael Franti & Spearhead
The Avett Brothers
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
Mavis Staples
Electric Hot Tuna
Lotus
North Mississippi Allstars
7 Walkers featuring Bill Kreutzmann, George Porter Jr. & Papa Mali
Soulive
The New Deal
Portugal. The Man
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Tim Reynolds & TR3
Dawes
Toubab Krewe
Zach Deputy
Ryan Montbleau Band
The London Souls
Chris Barron (of The Spin Doctors)
Civil Twilight
The Heavy Pets
Orgone
Kung Fu
Alternate Routes
Dangermuffin
Moon Taxi
Ari Hest
TAB The Band
Morning Teleportation
Bronze Radio Returns
The Erin Hobson Compact
The Big Takeover
Voodelic
Livingston Leo

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