The inaugural Asheville Music Jamboree has announced its lineup, featuring more than 30 bands on two stages over three days June 1-3 at Deerfields Amphitheater.
Located just outside of Asheville in Mills River, NC, the debut event features the musical talents of such noteworthy nationally-touring performers as Michael Franti & Spearhead, Keller Williams & the WMD’s, The Avett Brothers, Donna the Buffalo, Acoustic Syndicate, Asheville’s own Toubab Krewe along with dozens of additional acts.
Complementing its impressive headliners, the Asheville Music Jamboree also features appearances by Afromotive, The Booty Band, Barrel House Mamas, CX-1, Ménage, Jen & The Juice, Barefoot Manner, Ras Alan and The Lions, The Bridge, DJ Williams Projekt, Purple Schoolbus, Fifth House, Bombadil, Sol Driven Train, Artvandalay, Incognito Mosquito, Thacker Dairy Road, Possum Jenkins, The Lost Ridge Band and additional acts still to be added.
Gates open Friday, June 1 at 9 AM, and children 12 and under are free with paid parent admission.
Tickets are available now via the festival website: www.amjam.net and are $95 until April 8, then $110 until May 15, and $125 at the gate. Tickets include primitive camping and vehicle camping is $35 in advance, $45 at the gate while RV camping is $75 in advance and $90 at the gate.
Full information regarding tickets, artists, schedules, camping, family activities, and more can be found at www.amjam.net. More information on the Deerfields Amphitheater is available at www.deerfields.com.