Initial Summer Camp 2011 Lineup

Article Contributed by summercampfest… | Published on Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment and Jam Productions, Ltd. are proud to make the first round of artist announcements for the Summer Camp 2011 Music Festival. The 11th installment of the Summer Camp Music Festival will take place May 27 - 29, 2011 at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe.This year's festival will feature on-site camping, unique vendors, cold beer, great food, workshops and, did we mention - LIVE MUSIC! Our good friends moe. and Umphrey's McGee will again be headlining this year's festival which will feature over 65 bands on 6 stages over the course of 3 days.

Also appearing live at the Summer Camp 2011 Music Festival will be:

Cypress Hill
The Avett Brothers
Girl Talk
Keller Williams
Bela Fleck and Flecktones
Big Gigantic
Family Groove Company
Ryan Montbleau Band
Two Fresh
Chicago Farmer
Jaik Willis
Positive Vibr8ions
DJ Belly

Plus many, many more still to be announced!!!

Advance Early Bird Tickets for this year sold out in record time, but Early Bird Tickets are still available for $120 including camping. A limited number of these tickets will be sold and once they're gone the price will go up without notice. Check out the official festival website and get yours today! More info on VIP Upgrade packages and Thursday Pre-Party passes will be available soon.

The Summer Camp Music Festival was started in 2001 at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL. The first year's festival hosted over 20 bands on 2 stages over the course of two days. Since that first year, the Summer Camp Music Festival has grown to more than 60 bands on 6 stages over 4 days. Artists that have performed at the Summer Camp Music Festival in past year's include: moe., Umphrey's McGee, The Flaming Lips, Willie Nelson, Les Claypool, Keller Williams, O.A.R., The Roots, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Gov't Mule, Leftover Salmon, The Avett Brothers, Method Man & Redman, Girl Talk, Yonder Mountain String Band and many, many more!

Check out Grateful Web's coverage from Summer Camp 2010.