High Land Jam XV: Preview

August 11-14th 2016 Pegasus Farm, Elkins, WV

Written by Kerri Tucker

JUST ANNOUNCED: This will be the last High Land Jam, so don’t miss it! Quote from their page: “In speaking with a friend last night, she suggested we let everyone know that the 2016 High Land Jam XV will be the last festival hosted by Mark Bonnie Branciaroli and Bonnie Branciaroli on the Pegasus Farm. We did not think it important to let folks know, but she said people would want to know…. so….Yep….it’s the last one. We may still have get-togethers (and the band ZEN will still be out and about), but the High Land Jam, at age 15, has weathered like good, old barn siding and it’s now time for the tradition of live grassroots music events on the Pegasus Farm to be carried forward by younger folk. That being said, Enjoy your journey this coming weekend and we’ll see you on the Farm!!”

Summer is in full bloom and the annual High Land Jam awaits us! High Land Jam aspires to find the best undiscovered music, and bring it to you year after year. This year is no exception; you will find a lot of familiar faces and sounds gracing the beautiful mountains of West Virginia, with bands visiting from surrounding states and afar. The lineup includes Zen, LITZ, The Greens, The Plate Scrappers, Mateo Monk, Minks Miracle Medicine, and many more. Get ready to boogie, wiggle and sway to a range of musical genres, both undefined and familiar bringing optimum groovy mountain vibrations to this musical reunion.

The intimate High Land Jam returns to the wild and wonderful mountains of West Virginia at Pegasus Farm. Nestled in the Tygart River Valley, you will find yourself in the center of the wondrous mountain range at Pegasus Farm.  We will have the pleasure of experiencing the universal magic of the Perseides meteor shower peaking with us on Friday and Saturday at the High Land Jam! The love and devotion of the beautiful souls putting on High Land Jam combined with the magic of the stars are sure to bring festival goers a mystical sense of collective consciousness entwined with euphoric jams.

Take a trip to High Land Jam, soak up the mountain magic and indulge in new sound sensations of our summer.  Beautiful views, 2 covered outdoor stages, roaring mountains, a pond, RV hook ups, car camping, and forests to explore. Tickets are affordable at sixty dollars plus fees for the weekend, and memories will be priceless. Welcome Home Peaceful Jammers!