Christmas Jam tickets on sale tomorrow

Christmas Jam tickets officially go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. tomorrow. You can get ‘em through Ticketmaster or at the Asheville Civic Center box office.

To recap: It’s the 20th anniversary of the Jam, and this year the event has expanded to two nights: Friday, Dec. 12 and Saturday, Dec. 13. The Jam happens at the Civic Center, and all proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity. Tickets are $55 per night, plus $1 facility fee. Get more details at the Christmas Jam Web site.

Jam organizers announced today that Led Zeppelin-drummer John Paul Jones will be there, and added Coheed & Cambria, Roosevelt Collier, Karl Denson and Audley Freed to the lineup. 

Here are the schedules and performers who’ve been announced so far:
Friday, Dec. 12:
Allman Brothers Band
The Del McCoury Band
The Derek Trucks Band
Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk

Saturday, Dec. 13:
Coheed & Cambria
Steve Earle
Michael Franti with Jay Bowman Acoustic
Gov’t Mule
Johnny Winter

Also appearing — day to be determined:
John Paul Jones
Joan Osborne
Travis Tritt

Guests also scheduled to appear:
Mike Barnes
Roosevelt Collier
Karl Denson
Ruthie Foster
Audley Freed
JJ Grey
Col. Bruce Hampton
Robert Kearns
Kevn Kinney
Eric Krasno
Mickey Raphael


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