Lost and Found is located at the main entrance. All personal items must be removed from the venue at the end of each day. There is also a First Aid Kit located at the main entrance. The Mono County Paramedics may be called In the event of any significant health issue.
WHAT TO BRING
There is a water fountain in the park near the playground structure to the west side of the park. You may bring an empty refillable water bottle or food vendors and the bar will have water available for purchase.
Absolutely! The Jam Fest is a benefit for school music programs and a family friendly event. Children 12 and under are free and must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Mono and Inyo County students from 12-18 are also free with school ID.
Dogs and pets are not permitted in the park unless they are service animals with proper identification.
Still cameras and GoPros for personal use are allowed. Professional equipment is not permitted unless you have JLJF approved media credentials.
Post your photos of the festival (and getting here) on Instagram and/or Facebook with hashtag #JuneLakeJam2019 and we might display them on the LED screen during set breaks. Also stay tuned for info on our IG and FB Photo Contest
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide charging stations at the festival.
Other than a few picnic tables in the park, there is no seating provided. Festheads may bring their own chairs, blankets and tarps (no larger than 6′ x 8′) to suit their needs. Shade tents (10′ x 10′ max) are also permitted in specific areas of the festival grounds. Tents may be placed no closer to the stage than the sound booth tent. If you have any questions about where to place your shade tent, please ask a staff member.
Handicapped facilities and assistance are available. There is limited handicapped parking in the area located in front of the main gate. The festival (lawn area, restrooms) is wheelchair accessible.
There absolutely NO SMOKING of any kind inside the venue./ This includes vaping. This is a family friendly event and in consideration of all attendees, we ask that if you want to smoke, please take advantage of the set break times (30 minutes) to take a walk away from the venue. Please remember to properly dispose of any litter of any kind.
PREPARING FOR HIGH ELEVATION
September in the Sierras brings an array of weather from sunny mid 70s °F temperatures, to rain, hail, thunderstorms, wind, and yes, on a rare occasion, snow. Be sure to pack warm layers, various jackets for wind, rain, and cool nights, sunscreen, comfortable shoes for all weather, and of course summer clothing for those hot, sunny days. The festival proceeds, rain or shine!
At high altitude, you receive 30% more ultraviolet radiation than at sea level. Sunscreen and sunglasses are essential. The weather in the mountains, no matter the time of year, can change quickly. Bring layers of protective clothing for all types of weather. Drink plenty of water especially on hot days when you are outside and/or exercising to avoid dehydration. The effects of medications and alcohol at high altitude are magnified, so be sure to consult your physician on prescriptions.
There is a drinking faucet located near the left hand side of the stage, close to the playground equipment. The bar and many of the food vendors wull be selling water. You may bring in a sealed water bottle with you into the venue. Bring your water bottle!
CAMPING AND LODGING INFO
There are public showers (fee) located at Pine Cliff Resort and Grant Lake Marina/RV Park
A Benefit for Music
in our Schools
The goals of the Jam Fest are to bring a rich musical event to Mono County for residents and visitors, to provide a fundraising event that raises funds to support music instruction opportunities for children via MAC sponsored music camps and school music programs.
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