Tygh Valley Bluegrass Jamboree
September 23-25th, 2016
We are looking forward to another wonderful Jamboree and thank you to those wanting to participate in and attend the event. As you know the Shaniko Preservation Guild sees preserving music as an important cultural goal. We also sponsor The Shaniko Ragtime and Vintage Music Festival in October each year for the same reason.
The educational parts of the Jamboree and the stage performances all serve to teach, inform and allow even new people to experience Bluegrass music which often leads to a desire and motivation to learn to play. The workshops and slow jam offered by willing musicians are an excellent way for anyone that plays or who is thinking about it, to learn more and enjoy meeting others.
The challenges and the competitive spirit of the Friday Showcase and the Saturday Band Scramble are fun and the unique creative assembly, becomes a fond memory festival for those playing and those in the audience.
FRIDAY, September 23rd
5 pm Open Mic
6 pm - Front Porch bluegrass Band
6:30 – EOScene
7:30 – Fern Hill Bluegrass Band
The evening ends, with the Host band in the
FINE ARTS BARN BASH with Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising & Friends.
SATURDAY, September 24th
Band Scramble 10 am to Noon
Lunch Break - noon to 2 pm
2 pm – Special Presentation and Auto Parade, open mic
Slow Jam 2 pm up by the entrance area.
Afternoon Bluegrass Show 3:00 to 4:50
3:00 to 3:50 - EOScene
4:00 to 4:50 – Mountain Honey
Dinner Break - 5 to 6:30
Fundraiser BBQ - $10.00 per plate or two for $18 - Children under 12 $5
BLUEGRASS EVENIN’ ROUNDUP
6:30 to 9:30
6:30 to 7:20 Corral Creek
7:30 to 8:20 Burnin’ Moonlight
8:30 to 9:25 Fern Hill Bluegrass Band
9:30 - Drawings, Grand Prize & Lifetime pass
SUNDAY, September 25th
9 am to 2 pm
9am to 10:30 am, Open Mic
10:30 am, Front Porch Bluegrass Band
11 am Mud Springs Gospel Band
Noon, Dick, Dave and Dallas (3-D)
1pm, Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising
Assemble at the stage area at 9 am Saturday morning. No instruments required, if you are thinking about playing, sit in on a beginning class.
Beginning Banjo 5-string by Chuck Holloway
Beginning to early intermediate Guitar by Dave Peterson
Clawhammer Banjo by Martha Stone
Intermediate to Advanced Banjo by John Van Brocklin of Fern Hill
Beginning Upright Acoustic Bass Ken Luse
Beginning Fiddle by Carl Dornfeld of Corral Creek
Intermediate to Advanced Fiddle by Mike Eisler of Fern Hill
Harmonica by Dennis Nelson of Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising
Mandolin by Tim Crosby of Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising
Dobro by Tom Tower of Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising
Vocals by Linda Leavitt of Mountain Honey
What to do between songs Ron Taylor of Corral Creek
Camping hook up reservations for next year can be made through our volunteers at pole 6, or call 541-318-8012. No other camping spaces need reservations. Camping is paid by envelope in the area left as you come in or we can help with that at the ticket table. The Preservation Guild does not get any benefit to help pay for the Jamboree from camping fees, but we want everyone to get the areas they want so we take on the reservations as the fairgrounds no longer does this. We hope someday we can reasonably lease the whole fairground area and go to a one-charge for camping and music that will cut everyone's costs. Until then thanks for helping us cover the expenses each year and for the preserving projects you help the Shaniko Preservation Guild with.
We hope you enjoy the beautiful fairgrounds, music, gifts, food, friends, jams, and activities as much as we enjoy bring the event to you.
Weekend Music Passes (Prepaid) $25 per person bySeptember 15th, otherwise $30 at the gate.
The Shaniko Preservation Guild, PO Box 123, Shaniko, OR 97057