JamBaloosa Music And Arts Festival
Wampum, Pennsylvania, USA
JamBaloosa is Pittsburgh PA 's own psychadelic music and arts festival located in South Western, Pennsylvania, just 30 Miles NorthWest of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in the lovely town of Wampum, PA. Located at the enchanting Mines and Meadows Resort, which is 600+ acres with an 11 acre underground mine and lake. Scheduled rain or shine June 27 through June 29th.
JamBaloosa is a celebration of jam bands and other musically and culturally diverse acts ranging from folk rock , jam bands, psychadelic rock, blues all the way down to some hip hop, jazz and electronica. We are proud to announce of 30+ entertainers for this years festivities.
We welcome you to come experience 3 out of this world psychadelic days and nights in the beautiful mountains of south western pennsylvania with some of the best music and arts the country has to offer.
There will be. Primitive camping, and CABIN/TEN CAMPING WITH SHOWERS for a modest fee, Primitive Camping is free and included in your entry price. Some of the daily activities include Hikes, Nature walks, mushroom hunts, various glow and night activities, drum circles, atv rides and events, clowns tarot card readers, magicians, comedians, a video arcade, discoteque, and much much more.
Earlybird arrivals are ok and there will be plenty of kids activities onsite to keep the kids entertained.
We are still accepting applications from vendors. However there will be many vendors on-site selling a variety of food and craft/novelty items along with apparrel and much much more. Over 20 dfferent food vendors will be available to tantalize your taste buds.
ON SUNDAY There will be a SPECIAL PARADE AND ALL STAR IMPROV SESSION AND SURPRISE APPEARANCE TO CLOSE OUT THE FESTIVAL
MUCH MUCH MORE to Be ANNOUNCED!. There will be updates posted regularly and TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW!!
Get Your tickets now only the first 2000 tickets will be sold at the $50.00 dollar price! Order now and get a FREE TSHIRT!
The Boogie Hustlers
2 Nights!!!!!!!!! Saturday and Sunday guaranteed to be funky!
Sean Rigs - Lead Guitar, Vocals, Songs
Dave Jamison - Drums
Ryan Meals - Rhythm Guitar
Howie Alexander - Keys
Rick Matt - Baritone Sax
Reggie Watkins - Trombone/Arranger
Anthony Pecora - Bass
Margot B. - Vocals
Gene Stovall - Vocals
also in the Hustler community:
Shaun Bell - The Trumpet
Vince Wylie - Vocals/Songwriter
Greg Barbone - Keys/Production
Jeremy McDonald - Bass
Kevin Barefoot - Bass
Matt Harkness - Vocals
Tony Campbell - Alto Sax
The Boogie Hustlers To be funky, to be soulful, to be jazzy: The Boogie Hustlers want to be all of these things and more, and have proven themselves many times on the live circuit in the last few years. Anytime there is a discussion about "genuine bands" playing "real" music, The Boogie Hustlers are often mentioned, but do they quality? Are they exceptional, and for the most part, do they know how to burn a groove? It depends on what you feel the exception is, but as they show on True Colors, they definitely come shining through.
The musicians in The Boogie Hustlers are not only tight as a band, but have performed with the likes of Erykah Badu, The Temptations, David “Fuse” Fiuczynski, Roy Ayers, Chaka Khan, and many others. What you hear on this album are musicians who can read each other, know how to fill the gaps when needed and know when to entice with space within the music. Fluidity is key. Those who enjoy Anthony Hamilton’s style of southern soul will enjoy “Don’t Stop Believin’”, although for something along the lines of mid-70’s Ramsey Lewis or Stanley Clarke, there are tracks like “Why?” and “Confusion” that keeps the love light shining at all hours of the day. Within the soothing funk they will have someone drop a rhyme or two, going into that type of acid jazz that made bands like Groove Collective mandatory lVenue
Mines and Meadows Outdoor ResortDirections
From Cleveland, Ohio
Head southeast on E 9th St/Rock & Roll Blvd toward St Clair Ave NE Continue to follow E 9th St 0.8 mi 3 mins 2. Merge onto I-77 S via the ramp to Akron 6.4 mi 7 mins 3. Take exit 156 to merge onto I-480 E toward Youngstown 12.1 mi 13 mins 4. Take exit 21 to merge onto I-480 E/OH-14 E toward Youngstown 10.6 mi 10 mins 5. Take exit 42 for I-80/Ohio Turnpike toward Toledo/Youngstown Partial toll road 0.5 mi 1 min 6. Keep right at the fork to continue toward I-80 E/Ohio Turnpike and merge onto I-80 E/Ohio Turnpike Partial toll road 31.0 mi 29 mins 7. Continue on I-76 E (signs for I-76 E) Toll road Entering Pennsylvania 35.8 mi 34 mins 8. Take exit 13 for PA-18 toward Ellwood City/Beaver Falls 0.4 mi 1 min 9. Keep right at the fork to continue toward Big Beaver Blvd/PA-18 N and merge onto Big Beaver Blvd/PA-18 N 2.4 mi 4 mins 10. Slight left at Wampum Rd 0.2 mi 1 min 11. Continue on Old PA-18/Old Route 18 0.8 mi 2 mins To: 1307 Old Route 18 Wampum, PA 16157
Free camping and parking
Music starts daily 11:00 am - 4:30 am
Admission & Parking
$60.00 AFTER MAY 1st
$70.00 Day OF Show
$90.00 VIP TICKETS
FREE PARKING AND CAMPINGWebsitehttp://www.jambaloosa.comInfophone