Mountain Jam 2017 lineup

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Tom Petty

The full lineup for this year's Mountain Jam music festival out: New additions include The String Cheese Incident, The Head and The Heart, and Matisyahu. They join a lineup that was already headlined by Tom Petty and the Steve Miller Band. The full lineup is below.

Mountain Jam is June 16-18 this year at Hunter Mountain. Three-day general admission passes are currently $194 ($229 with camping).

As you know, Hunter Mountain is in Hunter, New York, in the northern Catskills. It's a little more than an hour drive from Albany.

2017 lineup

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Steve Miller Band
The String Cheese Incident
Peter Frampton
The Head and The Heart
Gary Clark, Jr
Michael Franti & Spearhead
St. Paul and The Broken Bones
The Strumbellas
Matisyahu
Shovels & Rope
The Revivalists
Amy Helm
River Whyless
The Infamous Stringdusters
White Denim
Elephant Revival
Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real
Moon Hooch
Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives
Chuck Prophet
TAUK
The Band of Heathens
Nicole Atkins
Sinkane
Muddy Magnolias
Dan Bern
Ari Heist
Holly Bowling
Andy Frasco & The U.N.
Parsonfield
The National Reserve
Ghost of Paul Revere
Hollis Brown
Ryan Culwell
Murali Coryell
Simi Stone
The Big Takeover
Paul Green Rock Academy
Ratboy Jr.

photo via Tom Petty Facebook

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