Enjoy two nights of music from Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton," a twentysomething L.A. native who is the world's greatest blues revivalist. Other bands include: David Mayfield Parade, Strung Like A Horse, The String Assassins, Rob McNurlin and The Beatnik Cowboys, Laid Back Country Picker and Honey, String Therapy, Of The Dell, The 1937 Flood, Big Rock and the Candyass Mountain Boys, Nip and Tuck, The Independent State, Micah Scott, Mike Gray and Tim Lancaster. There's free camping and coolers allowed at the festival.
Music starts at 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Advance tickets are $30 (for both days) on sale at https://www.facebook.com/jewelcityjamboree/ The ticket prices feature free camping. Coolers are allowed. Tickets are free for children 12 and under and are $10 a day for Marshall students with an ID and $10 for anyone who has a ticket stub from the Marshall Green and White Game on Saturday.
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