The Allman Brothers Band will headline the 10th annual Mountain Jam Festival to be held June 5-8, 2014. Making a return to the mountain, the Allman Brothers Band will perform a special set in which they will play their first two legendary albums in their entirety, The Allman Brothers Band and Idlewild South.
This is a big year for the Allman Brothers Band, including an earlier announcement that guitarists Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks will be departing the band at the conclusion of 2014. Founding member, Gregg Allman also noted that this might be the final year of touring while the Allman Brothers Band is celebrating their 45th anniversary.
Coincidently, Gov’t Mule is celebrating its 20th year and Mountain Jam is in its 10th year, inevitably marking this years festival a big anniversary party. Mountain Jam founder Gary Chetkof stated, “we really aimed to bring the best of the last 9 years back for this year’s milestone and having The Allman Brothers on board feels extremely fitting. The Festival takes its name from one of The Allman Brothers’ most beloved songs and I don’t think there will be a dry eye at the conclusion of their set.”
Mountain Jam also welcomes back Robert Randolph and the Family Band. Robert Randolph and his band performed at the first three Mountain Jams and are currently touring in support of their latest release, Lickety Split.
“Pretty Early” tickets are on sale now and offer tickets at up to 22% off dayofshow prices. 4-Day and 3-Day Passes are available with and without camping, as well as Jammer (VIP) Passes, Super Jammer Passes and the brand new Ultimate Jammer Pass Package. Single Day tickets will be offered for sale in the Spring.
View the full lineup and purchase tickets at Mountainjam.com
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