The Oregon Jamboree is very excited to announce that we have signed on artists Shane Profitt & Warren Zeiders for the 2023 Oregon Jamboree presented by Tony & Shelly Larson’s Julegard Christmas Farm August 4-6, 2023 in Sweet Home, Oregon. With unique sounds and great fanbases, we can’t wait to be one of the first
2 STAGES. 25 SHOWS. 1 SWEET WEEKEND.
August 2-4, 2024
Left 'til Oregon Jamboree 2024!!!
REGISTER YOUR WRISTBAND
You’ve got your tickets, you reserved your camping spot. You have received your wristband in the mail… just one more step to complete before we let the floodgates open at Oregon Jamboree! Registering your wristband. We have simplified the process this year to just a few quick steps. We can’t wait to see you soon for the 30th anniversary of Oregon Jamboree Music Festival!
Four easy steps:
- Click the button below to register.
- Add your Name, Phone and credit card as prompted.
- When you arrive and make your first purchase, you will be required to put in your phone number and then the two are magically linked!
- Have a sweet weekend!
2023 Music & Brews
April 14 & 15, 2023
FRIDAY - ASHLAND CRAFT
SATURDAY - RYAN GRIFFIN
OREGON JAMBOREE NEWS
Welcome to the JamCam…. (July 28, 2020) – Located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, nestled next to the Cascade Mountain Range and parallel to the Santiam River, the Oregon Jamboree has a rich history in the rural community of Sweet Home, Oregon. In an effort to highlight our rich history, the Oregon Jamboree has put
Sweet Home, Oregon (May 15, 2019) – For the past seven years the Oregon Jamboree has invited community members to join them in their annual Oregon Jamboree Kick Off Party presented by Weyerhaeuser. A free concert to the public, the event raises money for the local arts programs for Sweet Home school district. As a
(Oregon Veteran’s Home, Lebanon, Oregon) – The Oregon Jamboree of Sweet Home, Oregon, was one of three groups that accepted awards on Friday, September 20, 2019, from the Oregon Veterans’ Home at the five year anniversary of the opening of the home in Lebanon, Oregon. Festival director, Robert Shamek, accepted on behalf of the event,