Bio: I am working to expand joy and peace on this planet through music, artwork, and yoga. My music is meant to be joyful, lively and very dancable - for people of all ages and musical interests. I play original eco-hippie-chick positive-punk sunshine-reggae-billy mountain-folk-rock-n-roll. When I w... See Full BioMore Info
PLEASE NOTE :: Your 3 day Jerry Jam Festival Pass is inclusive of general camping and day parking, no fees will be added on top except for processing fees which will be charged per order. The Jerry Jam Festival Pass will be an e-ticket emailed directly to the email address you provide at time of purchase. It is your responsibility to print and provide this e-ticket at Festival Gates upon your arrival. No entry will be gained without proper proof of purchase. Upon entry to Festival Grounds, you will be provided with a wristband. It is your responsibility to wear this wristband at all times. Keep the wristband very secure and do not tamper with it in anyway. Wristbands are non-transferable, non exchangeable and cannot be replaced. You will need your wristband to access the festival grounds, the core performance area, camping and parking areas. More information can be found at www.jerryjam.com. Gates Open at 11am Friday No Early Entry Absolutely NO Dogs You will be turned away at the gate if you bring your dog
Perched along the Ammonusuc River in picturesque and historic Bath, New Hampshire, Dodge Farm hosts the annual Jerry Jam Music Festival at the end of July each year. The beautiful landscape and breathtaking views of Dodge Farm provide the perfect atmosphere for one of New Hampshire’s most unique music festivals. Jerry Jam started at a grassroots level by a handful of like-minded spirits and lovers of the Grateful Dead in the summer of 1995, and the festival occurs rain or shine each summer. Jerry Jam is a multi-day, not-for profit event.
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