Mountain Jam 2018 lineup

musician Jack Johnson 2018

Jack Johnson

The lineup for this year's Mountain Jam festival is out: It's headlined by Jack Johnson, Sturgill Simpson, and Alt-J, and also includes acts such as The War on Drugs, Portugal. The Man, Father John Misty, The Decemberists, and Jenny Lewis.

The full lineup, which includes a few Capital Region locals, is below.

This year's Mountain Jam is June 15-17 at Hunter Mountain. A three-day general admission is pass is currently $184 ($219 with camping).

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

2018 lineup

Jack Johnson
Sturgill Simpson
Alt-J
The War on Drugs
Portugal. The Man
Father John Misty
The Decemberists
Jenny Lewis
Kurt Vile & The Violators
George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic
Rag'n'Bone Man
Turkuaz
Chicano Batman
The Record Company
Anderson East
The Felice Brothers
Mondo Cozmo
Son Little
Everything Everything
Lewis Capaldi
Sarah Borges And The Broken Singles
Woods
Andy Frasco And The U.N.
Thomas Wynn & The Believers
Jade Bird
The Stone Foxes
Liz Vice
John Craigie
Jack Broadbent
Eric Tessmer Band
Mapache
Larkin Poe
Oliver Hazard
Jocelyn & Chris Arndt
Honeysuckle
Sydney Worthley
Sweet Marie

photo via Jack Johnson Facebook

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