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Oregon Jamboree is held for three days in August in Sweet Home, Oregon. The popular country music gathering is located on a large field near Sweet Home High School and across the nearby Weddle Covered Bridge to Sankey Park. It started as a small community festival in 1992 to boost the economy of Sweet Home and gather support for local humanitarian projects. The Oregon Jamboree has grown into a large event attracting about 45,000 over the three days.
Oregon Jamboree features two stages and over 25 musical acts. Its past lineups included Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ashley McBryde, Ned LeDoux, Parker McCollum, Alana Springsteen, Shane Profitt, Toby Keith, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Montgomery Gentry, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris, Brett Eldredge, Jerrod Niemann, and LOCASH.
The festival's experience would be incomplete without camping under the beautiful Sweet Home sky. Thousands of attendees of the festival camp at one of several tent or RV sites within walking distance to the festival grounds. Potable water is provided for Jamboree campers.
You can buy your festival wristbands on the event's official website (scroll down to the External Resources to find the link). The price is $190 per multi-day general admission and $245 per premier general admission. If you wish a multi-day reserved seating, it will set you back a pretty penny at $325+. Kids aged seven to twelve must hold a child's multi-day ticket, which is $75. Note that admission doesn't cover camping and parking. Find more info on the official source.