The Mountain Jam will return for its eleventh anniversary this year with four days of music and organizers are beginning to roll out some of the talent taking part. The Black Keys have signed on to headline the Saturday, June 6, date.

Festival founder Gary Chetkof says, "Mountain Jam is known for presenting the most innovative and musically diverse artists in the business and with The Black Keys joining us this year, we're expecting to cement our standing as the premiere camping music festival in the Northeast."

The 2015 Mountain Jam will take place June 4-7 at New York's Hunter Mountain ski resort, which offers a spectacular video of the Catskill mountaintops. A limited number of Early Bird tickets are on sale now for a discounted price, long with an assorted array of VIP passes. Check out the Mountain Jam website for details.

You can also look for Gov't Mule, who will be back for its eleventh year, making them the only act to play every single year of the festival's existence. The group will play a pair of performances at this year's event, including a special late night show that finds them covering Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon.' The group has not played this special audio and video spectacular set since 2008.

And you can also look for moe. delivering an all out jam in their festival debut on Thursday, June 4. Two more headline artists and about 40 more bands will be announced next month.

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