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Published: 2014/05/01

Jam Cruise 13 Taps Umphrey’s McGee, Pretty Lights, The Word and More

Jam Cruise 13 will set sail January 6-11, 2015 with a lineup that will include Pretty Lights live band, Umphrey’s McGee, Galactic, The Word, G. Love & Special Sauce, Snarky Puppy, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The London Souls, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds and more. Eric Krasno will curate a Superjam as well.

Additional performances of note include a Jam Cruise tribute to Jerry Garcia featuring Steve Kimock, Bobby Vega, Jeff Chimenti, Bill Vitt, Dan Lebowitz and John Kimock. Special guests for Jam Cruise include George Porter Jr., Ike Stubblefield, Mike Dillon, Roosevelt Collier, John Gros and Anders Beck.

Jam Cruise token redemption runs from May 8-14. General on sale will occur May 15 at Noon on the festival’s website.

Jam Cruise 13 Lineup:

Pretty Lights (w/live band)
Umphrey’s McGee
The Word
Galactic
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
G. Love Special Sauce
Lettuce
Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires
John Scofield Uberjam Band
Snarky Puppy
JC13 Tribute to Jerry Garcia feat. Steve Kimock, Bobby Vega, Jeff Chimenti, Bill Vitt, Dan Lebowitz and John Kimock
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
The Motet
Break Science
The Revivalists
Elephant Revival
The Nth Power
M&Ms
Dragon Smoke
Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds
Kung Fu
Fruition
The London Souls
California Honey Drops
New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars
Everyone Orchestra
Eric Krasno Superjam
Nathan Moore
Brownie (DJ Set)
David Murphy (DJ Set)
George Porter Jr.
Ike Stubblefield
Mike Dillon
Roosevelt Collier
John Gros
Anders Beck

Comments

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burning_beard May 1, 2014, 12:22:23

what’s all the fuss about UM?
can someone tell me what’s so great about them?

pipo May 1, 2014, 12:37:25

They are a great band that puts great live shows!

Scotty the Salemander May 1, 2014, 13:43:24

I am drawn to their music, message and political views on social issues. My husband and I have been big fans since we actually met, at. UM show. We have burly man crushes on the guys and we both have made a huge network in the community if like minded folks. Summer Skool was flat out Fire Island style improvisation. I will say we are looking forward to the new album because the last couple haven’t done it to us. We still are suckers for the old tunes, and BTW Hajimemeshite was our wedding song. They are the most accepting and open to trying new things and people on the entire scene and for that I love them.

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