Twenty-Seven years in the making, the Oregon Jamboree is the Northwest's premier country music festival. Nestled in the foothills of the scenic Cascade Mountains, the Oregon Jamboree is held on 20+ acre park-like setting that includes the historic Weddle Covered Bridge.
The Jamboree offers a full festival atmosphere in the main venue and a more intimate concert experience on the second stage in Sankey Park. In addition to featured headline entertainment, this multi-day music event hosts 3000 RV and tent camping spots, food booths, beer, spirits & wine gardens, and a variety of other attractions.
The festival draws attendees from all over the United States, and has hosted many international visitors as well. Capacity for the Oregon Jamboree is 18,000 a night. The most common age group (60%) among attendees is 26-45. 61% are married and 39% of Jamboree attendees have reported a household income of above $65,000.
Oregon Jamboree also boast over 900 festival volunteers that contribute their efforts to ensure a safe and fun experience for all.
We are a non-profit! The Jamboree is produced by the non-profit Sweet Home Economic Development Group. All proceeds are used to benefit economic and community development projects in The Sweet Home Community.
The Oregon Jamboree has given back over 2 Million to non-profits in Linn-County and other community projects. In addition to direct benefits provided by festival revenues, an independent economic impact study concluded that an additional 4.5 million dollars is generated each year into the local and regional economies by indirect festival spending.