Mountain Jam is an annual four day festival that features close to 40 different bands on 3 stages at Hunter Mountain in Hunter, NY. Rated as on of the top music festivals in the country by Rolling Stone Magazine, Mountain Jam doesn’t disappoint with amount of things you can do and all of the things you can see during the festival. Since the festival is so widely acclaimed, getting tickets might be a tough thing to do and we are here to help!
What should you do first?
To avoid missing out on tickets we always suggest signing up for the festival’s newsletter so you can ensure that you can get tickets as soon as they go on sale. It is one of the tips that really makes a difference against other fans who choose to only follow the festival on Twitter and Facebook, because then you could be notified of any exclusive presales or offers.
In the past tickets have gone on presale in December and public sale in January but the speculation isn’t enough, the newsletter is the best bet.
If you don’t have one already, create an account with festival ticketing so you can make your checkout and buying process go by much faster and ensure that you get your tickets before those who still have to create an account.
Then you gotta
Decide what tickets you want buy! You have a choice between General Admission and VIP passes. You can choose between 3-day and 4-day passes with or without camping or you can purchase single day passes if you can only make one or two days of the festival.
Buy those tickets! **They are available for purchase NOW** And be sure to buy any extras you might need before you checkout! You can get parking passes, shuttle passes, and shower passes at the same time that you buy your tickets!
Don’t want to pay it all at once? Choose the EZ Pay option upon checkout to spread out your payments in three months.
For tips directly from Mountain Jam go here.
You’ve done it all? Well done. Tim to sit back and relax until your tickets arrive and the festival comes up!
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