The 10th-annual Mountain Jam is scheduled for June 5-8, 2014, but why wait to buy tickets? Pre-sale passes for next year's festival are on sale now.

Taking place over four days and multiple stages at the Hunter Mountain resort in the Catskill Mountains of New York, Mountain Jam has played host to an impressive array of artists over the past decade, including Levon Helm, Richie Havens, Steve Winwood, Drive-By Truckers, the Avett Brothers and My Morning Jacket, as well as the two acts most closely associated with festival co-founder Warren Haynes: Gov't Mule and the Allman Brothers Band.

The 2014 edition of Mountain Jam promises a few new changes for attendees, including additional car camping options, an expanded VIP program with a wide assortment of extra amenities (including unlimited drinks for 'Ultimate Jammer Pass' owners) and a more RV-friendly parking setup. The increasingly popular festival has sold out its pre-sale the past two years, so anyone hoping to attend should buy their tickets now. The pre-sale will last until midnight on Nov. 22 -- while supplies last.

Although the 2014 lineup won't be officially announced until January, we know we can always count on seeing Haynes on a Mountain Jam stage, and given that the festival has attracted an increasingly larger and more diverse crowd of artists over the years, it seems safe to assume next year's batch of performers won't disappoint. For more information about pricing and availability, visit Mountain Jam's website.