Country music harks back to a more courteous era, when kids still called women “ma’am” and men “daddy ma’am.” Tip your hat to the good ol’ days with this GrouponLive deal.
- $120 for a two-day pass to the Oregon Jamboree Music Festival
- Where: Sweet Home, Oregon, near Sankey Park
- Section: general admission; attendees encouraged to bring their own camping chairs
- Door time: 1:30 p.m. on Friday, 10:30 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the main-stage schedule.
- Click here to view the Spirit Mountain Casino–stage schedule.
- Click here for information about camping, which is not included with this Groupon.<p>
Two-Day Pass Options
- Friday, August 2, and Saturday, August 3
- Saturday, August 3, and Sunday, August 4<p>
General admission for children 7–12 is regularly $35 for all three days. Children 6 and under are admitted for free.
Oregon Jamboree Music Festival
- The Numbers: 2 stages, 22 shows, 3 days, 3 beer and wine gardens, 1 Kids Zone, 3 jumbo screens
- The big names: Toby Keith, Dwight Yoakam, Luke Bryan, Jerrod Niemann, and Kip Moore
- The names that are getting bigger: Maggie Rose, Sarah Darling, Dakota Bradley
- Toby Keith hits you might hear: “Shoulda Been a Cowboy,” “Beer for My Horses,” “How Do You Like Me Now?!”
- Total number of chart-topping singles Keith has to his name: 20
- If the combined number of Dwight Yoakam’s gold and platinum albums were a person’s age, that person could legally watch an R-rated movie without getting permission from a parent or US president
- Yoakam’s album 3 Pears features “A Heart Like Mine,” voted one of the “50 Best Songs of 2012” by Rolling Stone
- Luke Bryan hits that pump the kegs themselves: “Drunk on You,” “Crash My Party”
- Album that helped Bryan sweep up nine American Country Awards in 2012: Tailgates and Tanlines
- Jerrod Neiman hits that helped add some gold and platinum to his walls: “What Do You Want” and “Lover, Lover”
- Kip Moore song titles that couldn’t get more country: “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck,” “Beer Money”
- What you don’t know about the Oregon Jamboree Music Festival: proceeds benefit non-profit projects that keep Sweet Home, Oregon looking so sweet.<p>