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Friday, August 13, 2010

4 Peaks Jamboree Changes Venue AGAIN! Now at original festival location

After three venue changes, the 4 Peaks Jamboree has returned to its original location.

Posted By on Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 9:07 PM

OK, so I've written in the past few weeks about how the 4 Peaks Jamboree, featuring the music of Poor Man's Whiskey and taking place Saturday, had moved to West Wind Ranch, and then about how that event was canceled and the show would take place at the Domino Room.

WELL, now organizers have moved once again, back to the Rockin A Ranch (19449 Tumalo Reservoir Road), where the shindig was originally to take place. This was also the site of the 2007 and 2008 editions of the 4 Peaks Music Festival. Saturday's show isn't the sort of scale of those events, but Poor Man's Whiskey will indeed be playing, along with a collection of other jam and rootsy oriented acts like Handful of Luvin, Wild Rye and Jay Seals of Blue Turtle Seduction fame.

Although organizers said that they moved from the West Wind Ranch because the county disputed their permit needs, they do, in fact, have a permit from the county for the Rockin A Ranch. So it's legit! And no more venue changes...we've been promised that much.

Festivities kick off at 1pm and continue on until 10pm.

Tickets are $20, kids under 10 are free.

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