Welcome To Our Venue
ALL OUR CONCERTS ARE STILL ON FOR THE 2015 SEASON So don't wait to book your site or get your tickets as some are going fast.
une 6th 2015 Kansas will rock the stage limited number of ticket available Up front VIP area tickets. Camping filling fast
DALTON CYR and talented Star in the making a 14 year-old Singer / Songwriter and a great performer live at Jam At The Ridge ready to Rock It!
special guest Morgan Twins and TBA
We are pleased to team up with WBEE and Phil Vassar Fund Raiser for Golisano Children's Hospital. He will rock the stage with Full Band playing all of his hits. Tickets start at $15.00
Country Rocker of "Pickin' Wildflowers" & his new one "XXL" Will show you his Hillbilly Rock on June 6th 2015
JASON MICHAEL CARROLL
With his debit album Waitin' in the Country peak at #1 on the Country charts with the "Alyssa Lies"
Worley's six albums have produced 18 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including three Number Ones: "I Miss My Friend", "Have You Forgotten?", and "Awful, Beautiful Life", from 2002, 2003 and 2004–2005, respectively. "Have You Forgotten?" spent seven weeks at Number One. Nine other singles have reached the Top 40.
Jam At The Ridge - A History
"The Ridge New York", originally Frost Ridge Campground and Recreation Area,
has been the place for fun since the late 1950's. Skiing was the first line of recreation,
and U.S. Olympian A. J. Kitt learned to ski right here. Over the years, Frost Ridge has
been home to many recreational activities (hiking, biking, sports, bands, swimming,
cook-offs, geocaching, etc.) while maintaining its heritage in agriculture by making
organic maple syrup, serving some of the best locally grown food in the on-site restaurant,
providing a place to relax and enjoy live music or enjoy a drink from the bar. It was discovered
that the main hill used for skiing and recreation activities acts as a natural amphitheater,
so music was played over the PA speakers for skiers. People came from all around to
enjoy these activities and some stayed right in the campground.