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Rock ’n’ Roll Resort 

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April 4-6. For the fourth year in a row, this weekend-long jamathon will take over the Hudson Valley Resort with a packed-to-the-gills multi-act roster. Bands set to play this season include Ivan Neville and Dumpstaphunk, Motet, the Everyone Orchestra (featuring Steve and Johnny Kimmock), Conehead Buddha, Cabinet, and others. Promoters promise "24 hours of multiple indoor live music stages, incredible visual art installations, poolside cocktails, spiritual exploration, fun activities and workshops, eclectic food...all within the walls of a VIP resort." Check website for set times and ticket prices. Kerhonkson. (413) 734-9496; Rocknrollresort.com

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