All of our campgrounds are ADA-accessible. We offer a wheelchair-ready shuttle bus by request from the camphost and all campgrounds have sanitary, wheelchair accessible porta-potties.
FREE Handicap parking is located on 18th Avenue (location of front gate) and will require a current, valid state-issued ADA placard or plates with corresponding placard or plate paperwork to gain entry at 18th & Long Street.
Your concert ticket is exchanged at the front gate for a wristband. The wristband becomes your passport to re-enter the festival. Please take care of your wristband as it will not be replaced. Wristbands are non-transferable and are void if tampered with. All wristbands will be placed on the right wrist. You can exchange your tickets for wristbands beginning at 2:00pm on Thursday at Will-Call near the main concert entry.
We accommodate service animals. Service animals are working animals, not pets. Service animals are NOT emotional support or therapy animals. We follow the criteria for a service animal set forth by Oregon’s Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services.
ATM cash machines are available inside the concert area.
Sankey Park will house several attractions for people of all ages allowing for a weekend of non-stop fun!
Jamboree provides tables and chairs in the beer gardens. No personal chairs allowed in the beer gardens.
Sorry, NO outside food, beverages (including bottled water), or coolers are allowed (other than baby food in plastic containers). No alcoholic beverages of any type. However, a wide selection of your favorite foods and beverages including beer and wine are available inside the concert area. Food and beverage scrip tickets can be purchased at on-site booths. Free water fountains are available on the concert grounds.
Big Screen Video:
To enhance your concert experience, the Jamboree has two big video screens. With the Jamboree big screens, every seat in the house will seem like a front row seat!
Still cameras are welcome. Video cameras or any recording devices and laser pointers are strictly prohibited and are subject to confiscation.
RV & tent camping
is available at various locations near the concert site. Campsites vary in size and do not include hookups. Water, portable toilets, and trash containers are provided. Showers are available at The Rodeo Grounds (RV9 & RV10), the Jr. High, High School (RV8), the Ranger Station (RV18) and at the Boys & Girls Club for a minimal fee. Camping fees are per site, not per person, and include one vehicle. Additional vehicle passes are available for purchase from your camp host for $25. All vehicles must fit within your campsite. DOWNLOAD Camping Regs HERE
and Map with Directions HERE
Camping: RV versus TENT-Only
“RV camping” is considered anything with wheels (fifth-wheels, motor homes, camper-vans, travel-trailers, truck campers, tent-trailers). “TENT-only camping” is restricted to tents (no tent-trailers).
Performances on the main stage are “festival style seating.” General Admission ticket holders should bring standard camp chairs. No double chairs, loungers, recliners, banquet, or folding metal chairs. Blanket seating is not allowed. Limit at entry of 4 single chairs per person. No wagons, chair caddies, or similar items. No carry-in chairs are allowed in the Reserved Seating area. All chairs placed in line-up before gates open must be occupied at all times or they will be removed by Festival Staff. Chairs are available for rent on a daily basis. No strollers or infant seats are allowed in the Reserved Seating area. For a full explanation of acceptable chairs, go HERE
Children of all ages are welcome but we do ask that you be considerate of the other patrons who are also trying to hear and see the concert. Children 6 and under are free in general admission area only. Everyone in the reserved seating section must have a Reserved Seating ticket ticket and wristband WITH THE EXCEPTION of infants under the age of 1. Children 7 to 12 years old require a child’s ticket. All children must be accompanied by an adult!
Please see the section on Smoking.
EMT stations will be present on the festival grounds.
Sorry, NO outside food, beverages (including bottled water), or coolers are allowed (other than baby food in plastic containers). No alcoholic beverages of any type. However, a wide selection of your favorite foods and beverages including beer and wine are available inside the concert area. Food and beverage scrip tickets can be purchased at on-site booths.
The dates for Jamboree 2019 will be August 2nd through August 4th, 2019. Go HERE
to find information on 2019 ticket sales.
Please keep in mind that long lines form at the gates prior to the headline shows. We encourage you to arrive early to avoid the late afternoon long line up. Gates open at 1:00 PM Friday and at 11:00 AM Saturday & Sunday.
For the safety of all of our patrons there will be a search conducted at the front gate. No coolers, food, beverages, alcohol or weapons. Video cameras or any recording devices are strictly prohibited as are laser pointers and all will be confiscated. This is strictly enforced.
An information booth is located inside the festival. Also available at this booth are patron surveys and Lost and Found.
The Jamboree has a limited number of premium parking passes available. Parking is also offered near the concert at reasonable per day prices. Free street parking can often be found early in the day.
Sorry, NO pets allowed into the festival.
Still cameras are welcome. Video cameras or any recording devices are strictly prohibited and will be confiscated. This is strictly enforced.
Premier General Admission:
A limited quantity of premier general admission tickets are available now. This is a designated area behind the Reserved Seating section. Bring your own chairs. To get a good seat, you don’t have to arrive early. You can upgrade your existing 3-day General Admission ticket to a 3-day Premier General Admission ticket while supplies last for a small fee by calling the Box Office at 888-613-6812 during business hours.
Please keep in mind that long lines form prior to headline shows. We encourage you to arrive early to avoid the late afternoon line up. Gates open at 1:30 pm Friday, and at 10:30 am Saturday and Sunday. If you are leaving the festival, please be advised that there may be long re-entry lines.
The Reserved Seating area is located in front of the stage and offers excellent viewing and great photo opportunities. Reserved seating is sold as a 3-day ticket only. Chairs are provided. NO STROLLERS OR INFANT SEATS PERMITTED IN RESERVED SEATING.
Everyone in the reserved seating section regardless of age must have a reserved ticket and the appropriate wristband WITH THE EXCEPTION
of infants age 1-year or younger. Smaller children who are not sitting on parents’ laps must have a ticket.
Available in many areas throughout the site. Handicap-accessible portable restrooms are available on Festival site, as well as in each of the campgrounds. There are hand washing facilities available.
All food and beverage purchases are made with scrip tickets that are available for sale at several locations inside the concert grounds.
Chairs are provided in the Reserved seating area only. General Admission ticket holders should bring standard camp chairs. No double chairs, loungers, high back, or chairs with side tables or foot rests. Back height should not exceed 20″ (shoulder height). Limit of 4 single chairs per person. Click here to view Chair Information.
No Wagons, chair caddies, or similar items will be allowed into the Festival. No Carry-in chairs allowed in the Reserved Seating area. NO BLANKET SEATING.
In-between concerts on the main stage, artists will be performing on a second stage in Sankey Park (across the covered bridge) for a constant flow of music.
are available at The Rodeo Grounds (RV9 & RV10), the Jr. High, High School (RV8), the Ranger Station (RV18) and at the Boys & Girls Club for a minimal fee.
The use of tobacco products is not permitted on school district property within the State of Oregon (OAR 581-021-0110). “Tobacco” is defined to include any lighted or unlighted cigarette, cigar, pipe, bidi, clove cigarette, and any other smoking product, spit tobacco, also known as smokeless, dip, chew, snuff, in any form, nicotine or nicotine delivering devices, chemicals or devices that produce the physical effect of nicotine substances or any other tobacco substitute (e.g., e-cigarettes). This does not include FDA-approved nicotine replacement therapy products used for the purpose of cessation. Smoking is allowed only in the Beer Gardens or other designated areas.
We would like to remind you that the concert is an outdoor event rain-or-shine. Please be prepared for hot, sunny days and cool evenings. Comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and warm clothing for the evening hours are advised.
Your concert ticket will be exchanged for a festival wristband. These will be available at the Will Call building adjacent to the concert entrance from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Thursday and from 9:00 am to 9:30 pm on Friday and Saturday, and from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm on Sunday. This band is required for entry into the concert site and will not be replaced if cut or damaged in any way.