Saturday, August 29, 2015
5:30 - 10 pm
2014 Event Features
Dance the night away at the 5th annual Mountain Jamboree festival. Every year so far has been packed full of surprises, with plenty of live music, food vendors, and drinks in the beer garden!
Mountain Jamboree 2014 - Activities, Wine, Beer & Food Vendor List!
- Please bring your own festival chairs, blankets, or camp chairs. No festival seating is provided. Festival chairs, blankets, and camp chairs with built-in shade awnings that does not obstruct the view of other festival-goers are allowed. No pop-up tents or umbrellas permitted.
- Beer & wine ticket sales end at 9:30 pm. Last pour at 9:45 pm.
- The best view of the fireworks finale at 10pm will be near the ski lodge and Lift 4.
- Trash and recycling bins will be available throughout the event grounds. Please help keep Massanutten a Green Community!
- You may bring in one unopened, sealed bottle of water.
- Please do not bring in food, drinks, drugs, pets, or weapons of any kind.
- Food/beverage is not included in ticket price. Some kids' activities may have a small fee.
- In case of rain, the Ski Lodge can be used for shelter. No alcohol permitted in Lodge.
- This is a rain or shine fundraising event. Tickets are not refundable.
|Spa at Massanutten | Step inside and relax with us for a few minutes. Our massage & nail care tent will feature seated chair massages and 5 minute polish changes!|
Beer Garden | Beer tickets are $4 each. Featuring Coors Light, Miller Lite, Leinenkugel's Orange Shandy, Blue Moon Belgian White Ale, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale, Redd's Apple Ale, Killians Red, Peroni, Miller Fortune, and Smith & Forge Hard Cider. | Beer ticket sales end at 9:30 pm. Last pour at 9:45 pm.
Wine | Wine tickets are $4 each. Featuring Joy White and Joy Red by Cross Keys Vineyards. | Wine ticket sales end at 9:30 pm. Last pour at 9:45 pm.
Hoop Dance | Discover the Hoop Dance experience with the Dogtown Hoop Mafia from Richmond, VA!
Kids' Activities | Arts and crafts, face painting, hoop dance, corn hole, and more!
Venture Point | Active travel company that specializes in weekend cycling tours.
They will be on-hand to help you plan your next cycling adventure through the Shenandoah Valley.
Fireworks | 10:00 pm - Brought to you by Zambelli Fireworks!
Blind Owl Band | 5:30 - 6:30 pm
www.reverbnation.com/theblindowlband | theblindowlband.com
Starting in Feb. of 2011 the Blind Owl Band officially formed, and started shows around their home in Saranac Lake, NY in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. The band views their traditional arrangement as just the start of the musical concept. "Although we look like a bluegrass band we are not. We are The Blind Owl Band, a musical representation of what sounds float around in our heads. We use the instruments of our ancestors, but play music of our time. In a time of music and sound perfection and an expansion of the realm through digital processors, we hope to inspire use of wood and metal. To take a basic approach and expanded it to a sound all its own."
Hot Day at the Zoo | 7:00 - 8:15 pm
www.hotdayatthezoo.com | www.facebook.com/zoograss
Hot Day at the Zoo (HDATZ) the groove-friendly quartet mix folk, blues, ragtime and jazz with progressive bluegrass and Americana-infused rock and roll. HDATZ's powerful acoustic music truly resonates in their energizing live show. Marked by a growing list of festival and direct support performances alongside artists including Levon Helm, moe, Railroad Earth, Grace Potter, and Trampled By Turtles, Hot Day at the Zoo proves that their grassroots approach has built a dedicated fan base. Their rock 'n' roll with bluegrass instrumentation resonates with fans of Yonder Mountain String Band, the Avett Brothers, Mumford & Sons and Grateful Dead.
Larry Keel is described by some reviewers as the most powerful, innovative and all-out exhilarating acoustic flatpicking guitarist performing today. Keel has absorbed the best lessons from his Bluegrass family upbringing, both sides deeply steeped in the rich mountain music culture and heritage of Southwest Virginia. From there, he has always integrated that solid musical grounding and natural-born talent with his own incomparable approach to flatpicking the guitar and composing original music. He's also got a knack for choosing interesting and appealing material from all realms of music with guts, whether it's a tune written by a fellow song-writer/musician friend, or a tasty cover from any number of genres all over the map. The combination is pretty irresistible, and has earned Keel the highest respect and billing among the top acoustic musicians alive, and some now gone. And his fierce, high-spirited energy also appeals to young rockers, jammers and alt country pickers and fans who are equally drawn to Keel's deep rumbling voice, his earthy and imaginative song-writing, and his down-home-gritty-good-time charm. Keel regularly collaborates with JamBand and Rock giants Yonder Mountain String Band, Keller Williams, Jorma Kaukonen, David Nelson, Little Feat, Rebirth Brass Band, Dirty Dozen Brass, Railroad Earth, members of String Cheese Incident and Leftover Salmon, amongst others.
For Keel the musical mission is always clear: to let technical skill, honest emotion and fearlessness connect the playing and singing to audiences, to entertain and to thoroughly enjoy the experience of creating and sharing in music.
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All proceeds benefit the Shenandoah Valley Travel Association (SVTA).
2015 Event Date: Saturday, August 29, 2015*
*Date subject to change
Vendor space is sold out for Mountain Jamboree 2014! Event questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now accepting vendors for Mountain Jamboree 2015! Click here for more information about how you can become a part of our successful upcoming events!
Tickets are non-refundable. Rain or shine event. No outside food or beverage permitted. No pets or coolers. Be prepared to present proper ID. Ticket price does not include food, beverage and some kids' activities.