Activities & Attractions
Mountain Jam is about much more than the music! We’ve got TONS of exciting activities and attractions to keep you busy all day (and all night) long!
In celebration of our 10th anniversary, Mountain Jam is excited to announce a series of workshops taking place throughout the weekend in Healey Brothers Hall! These workshops will feature various musicians, authors, photographers, painters and dancers who will all provide insight into their lives and work as artists. Stop by to listen, participate, and enjoy!
Yoga & Gong Sound Healing
Come & Experience a meditative journey through Yoga & Sound. $5 per class. Learning Center. Mats & Blankets provided. Space fills quickly. Arrive early to guarantee your spot & claim a mat/blanket. All levels welcome!
FarmVille 2 Country Escape
The world’s most popular farming game comes to life in the Village at Mountain Jam! Interact and feed the farm animals at the petting zoo, including ducks, goats, chickens, pigs and baby cows. Get your own personal photo taken, play the game, and escape to the country. FarmVille 2: Country Escape is now available for free on your mobile device. Download today!
Enjoy a ride up Hunter Mountain for spectacular views. Friday – Sunday 1pm – 7pm. Only $5.
There’s no better way to celebrate Mountain Jam’s tenth anniversary than with fireworks between Gov’t Mule’s sets on Saturday night, with a rain date on Sunday.
Liquid Light Lab
Liquid Light Lab considers the light show the fifth member of the band. A philosophy of real time, hands on, visual expression of music is fundamental to the work.
Old school, psychedelic light shows and experimental visuals are created live using colored oils, dye, water, glass, light, cameras, projectors, analog video, and digital computing.
Liquid Light Lab is the work of Steve Pavlovsky, an artist and musician from Queens, NY.
Therapeutic massage sessions will be available throughout the weekend in the Village. Licensed massage therapists will provide professional grade sessions with your choice of relaxing swedish, shiatsu, deep tissue or chair massage. Sessions cost $1/minute. Please visit the Village for a complete listing of therapies offered.
Shilly Shally Fire Troupe
This interactive fire-art entertainment brings a visual aspect to the music. A must-see at the top of the Mountain once it gets dark both Friday and Saturday, as well as late night campground performances! You can also catch Shilly Shally in the Village for workshops held Saturday and Sunday 3pm. From beginner to expert, these talented fire artists will show you the ropes.
Open Mic Stage
Are you an artist that we should've booked for the main stage but we might've overlooked? Don't worry! We've got a stage for you! Visit the Open Mic Stage in the lodge by the main bar and show us your chops!
Join Kodi for drum circles throughout the weekend. Beginners welcome! We'll have plenty of drums for everyone!
Artist signings will be held in the Awareness Village. Many Mountain Jam artists will be signing merchandise after their sets. There will be a schedule posted daily at the Radio Woodstock Artist Signing Tent in the Awareness Village.
Rainbow's B-Rushless Karma Wash
With the Merry Pranksters in mind, this troupe of Bliss Facilitators provides a portal for Karmic Transformation within the festival experience. Stop on by for a free Karma Wash.
Native American Opening Ceremony
Christan Burran (Blue Sky Woman) with Richard Rulli & Nidhi Huba will open the festival on Friday at 11:30am on the East Stage, with a ceremonial smudge of White Mountain sage, calling in the seven directions setting the intention for a gathering full of Light, Joy, and Harmony with Native Drumming, Song, and Flute. Blessing the land and honoring the earth to show our gratitude.
Catch some ZZZZZZZ’s in the swing of it all! You can relax, converse and take that midday nap without the hustle and bustle of the festival around you. Nestled in the evergreens between the top of the main festival field and the Awareness Village is a small oasis of colorful hammocks to be enjoyed by all!
Brianna Mae Clements (Miss 360) is a hula hoop artist, fire entertainer, and circus enthusiast. Dance principles, hoop manipulation, and yoga asanas are hallmarks of the dancer’s captivating style. The Hudson Valley native discovered hoop dance while attending Mountain Jam IV in 2010. She was enamoured. Since then, her love at first sight relationship with the hoop has matured into a deeply rooted passion and entertainment career. In 2011 she discovered her knack for teaching and started instructing adult and youth classes. In 2013, Miss 360 and her counterpart Karlie (Miss Fly Hips) formed The Mandaliahs, a two piece entertainment group. This will be Miss 360’s fourth year attending Mountain Jam. Keep a look out for special appearances and performances.
Seth Abramson and Rock Camp Productions are excited for their inaugural Mountain Jam with their cast of colorful characters including Puff T. Magic-Dragon (the giant glowing festival dragon), Dancing Bear Mascots, and giant glowing stick figure puppet, Siddhartha Glo. RCP has performed at countless events and music festivals across the country since 2004 including Gathering of the Vibes (10 years), All Good (3 years), Bonnaroo (6 years), Phish 8, Floydfest (3 years), and of course their own music festival, Pink Moon! RCP produces the Pink Moon Festival, now in it's 6th year, on their farm (and base of operations) in Rock Camp, WV! Rock Camp Productions is thrilled to be bringing their 10 year anniversary tour to Mountain Jam X!