Jerry Jam 26 announces Line Up ft. Melvin Seals, Max Creek, Kung Fu, Pink Talking Fish, Toubab Krewe, Reid Genauer
Jerry Jam, now preparing for its 26th year, is proud to announce the lineup for this year's festival (2023). The Festival has put together a monster bill, including Melvin Seals & JGB, Max Creek, Kung Fu, Toubab Krewe, Pink Talking Fish, The Nth Power, Marcus Rezak's Shred is Dead, Roots of Creation, Englishtown Project, Hayley Jane, SeepeopleS, Seth Yacavone's Dead Sessions, Not Fade Away, The Van Burens & Marble Eyes, plus many more. Starting as an informal gathering of a few friends celebrating the life and times of J
Since its inception as the location of the intimately legendary Midnight Rambles, Levon Helm Studios, named of course after its namesake owner, has been a bucket list spot for artists to play. As such, the Woodstock, NY home has seen many awesome bands come through to make pilgrimages and performances. 2021 alone has seen a stellar lineup of artists play here, like Iron and Wine, Umphrey’s McGee, Midnight North, Jorma Kaukonen, and many more.
Looking for a cool musical weekend getaway with a little bit of something for everyone? Look no further than The Range! Named "Southwestern NH's Greatest Music Venue You've Never Heard Of" by Cider Mag, family-owned & operated and proudly serving their community since 1992. The Range is a destination for locals and travelers alike!
Higher Ground, in collaboration with Burlington City Arts, is proud to present an outdoor concert series called Backside at 405. Located behind BCA Studios at 405 Pine Street, in Burlington’s vibrant South End Arts District, Backside at 405 will feature live music every Friday and Saturday night all summer long.
When John Rider helped form Max Creek in 1971, he envisioned not just a band, but a community to welcome and embrace people who couldn’t quite fit in— people like himself, who found the mainstream to be an uncomfortable and constricting place. He saw Max Creek, he said recently, as “a vehicle for the dreams of musicians, artists, poets or anyone else with a vision.” Nearly 50 years later, that dream endures.