some kind of jam 10

Some Kind of Jam 10

Schuylkill Haven, PA

April 24-26, 2015


Some Kind of Jam 10 is a full weekend music and camping festival, featuring over 30 musical acts on 4 stages, workshops, food and craft vendors, and a myriad of activities.  Presented by Jibberjazz Productions, the festival will take place from April 24-26, 2015, in Schuylkill Haven, PA.  As always, Jibberjazz will unleash a vast array of musical styles including: Jam, Funk, Folk, Bluegrass, Americana, Rock & Roll, Blues, World, Reggae, and more. Jibberjazz artists are drawn from various pockets of the USA.

The venue is a beautiful 60-acre rustic fairground, featuring outdoor & indoor stages, plenty of camping space, permanent restrooms & showers, nature trails, trout-fishing waters, and electricity access. This event is B.Y.O.B. for those with valid I.D.

Since 2005, Jibberjazz festivals have drummed up a buzz in the underground by showcasing a truly diverse musical-lineup that blends heavy-hitting out of market bands, national acts, and up-and-coming regional talent. Their festivals have developed a dedicated fan base in the region and continue to grow in some kind of jam 10_1 intensity and attendance, season after season. That trend will continue into 2015 and beyond, as they continue to produce 3 music and camping festivals per season in their quest to find “Tomorrow’s Headliners Today.” Creative line-ups, killer music, and good people are what Jibberjazz is all about. 

The 2015 Lineup features: PARTICLE, THE MOTET, Consider the Source, Poor Man’s Whiskey, The Mantras, The Big Dirty, The Fritz, The Steepwater Band, Jelly Bread, Los Colognes, Vinegar Creek Constituency, Elm, The Hornitz, and many more notable acts.



Particle began its journey in Los Angeles in 2000 as one of the key pioneers of the emerging ‘livetronica’ music scene. The band created a signature sound that combined elements of Electronica, Funk and Rock with a heavy emphasis on improvisation and sonic exploration, and their influence can still be felt and heard in many of today’s top touring Jam and EDM/Funk bands. Always striving to particlethink outside the box and create unique concert experiences, Particle paired their high-energy dance music with cutting-edge multimedia production, thematic special events, and epic marathon sets that quickly developed a loyal fan base of Particle People spanning genre lines from jam to EDM.


After twelve years of touring The Motet have refined their sound into a dynamic and expressive force, unleashed by an astonishingly talented cast of musicians. The group is now the strongest and most cohesive incarnation of the band yet, showcasing a powerhouse line-up. With roots in funk, afrobeat, disco, jazz, and soul, The Motet keep their audiences in a dancing frenzy by layering rhythms into a style that is uniquely their own. In an age where EDM towers over the dance music scene, The Motet has proven time and again that they can rock a dance party with a beautiful blend of live instrumentation and electronics.


NYC trio Consider the Source defy easy description. If intergalactic beings of pure energy, after initiation into an order of whirling dervishes, built some kind of pan-dimensional booty-shaking engine, powered by psychedelics and abstract math, it’d probably just sound like a CTS tribute band. Drawing from progressive rock, fusion and jazz, with alien sounds soaked in Indian and Middle Eastern styles, CTS blends disparate parts into a striking, utterly original whole. Dubbed “Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion”, the band’s music strikes a rare balance between cerebral and emotional, intellectual and primal.

Video: Consider the Source at Some Kind of Jam 9


Northern California’s outlaw music bards bring a reputation for high-energy live shows and an incomparable fusion of bluegrass/old time, southern rock, and old school jam to stages and festivals worldwide. This “High-Octane Hootenanny” will certainly delight those interested in a foot-stompin good time. Poor Man’s Whiskey has evolved into a ragged, spontaneous beast pulling from equally deep wells of story-telling originals, expertly crafted covers and zany on-stage shenanigans.

Also playing:

The Mantras

The BIG Dirty

The Fritz

The Steepwater Band

Jelly Bread

Los Colognes

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Vinegar Creek Constituency


The Hornitz

Out of The Beardspace

Hayley Jane and The Primates

Native Maze

Underground Horns

Uncle Jake & The 18 Wheel Gang


Wahoo Skiffle Crazies

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The Haircut

Carbon Mirage

Emilio Teubal Quartet

Ratboy Jr.


Mateo Monk

Julie Corbalis

Nina Scarcia

Tomm Dunn


Comedian Burl Keiser


Some Kind of Jam 10 offers many different activates to keep attendees busy.  The Kids Area offers art making, make an instrument to play along with Ratboy Jr., make jewelry, and most importantly, GET SILLY! A wide variety of workshops and activities, including safety, yoga, wellness, musical, and educational, will take place throughout the weekend.  There will be a roaming Open Mic Mobile, with an acoustic guitar and mic provided.  During daylight hours, there will be a soccer goal, horseshoe pit, bocce, a basketball hoop, and a host of other random games some kind of jam 10_4taking place all over the grounds.  Bear Creek is accessible and usable for fishing with a valid permit.  Also, besides the various hiking trails that border the fairgrounds, The Appalachian Trail crosses route 183 less than 5 miles south of the festival site and Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is about 14 miles from the fairgrounds as well.

Presale tickets are available through the JibberJazz website and include a full weekend of camping and music. Presale tickets are $70, costing $90 at the door.  Beginning at sunrise on Saturday, overnight passes will be available at the gate for $60 each.  Patrons can access the grounds as early as 4:00PM, Thursday, April 23 for an early arrival party for an additional fee of $10 per person.  Children 12 and under are free-of-charge, accompanied by legal guardian.  Parking fees are $5 for regular sized vehicles, and $10 for larger vehicles or ones pulling trailers.

Additional Jibberjazz festivals are scheduled for both June and September 2015.

 For updated information about this event, visit the Facebook page.