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Friday Night Jamboree
January 7 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Join us at the Floyd Country Store every Friday Night at 6:30pm for the Friday Night Jamboree. This week’s guests include:
- 6:30 The Comptons
- 7:30 Nobody’s Business
Learn more about the Friday Night Jamboree here.
General Admission Tickets
General admission tickets are available at the door every Friday at 4:45pm before the Jamboree. General admission tickets are not available in advance and seating is not guaranteed. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children ages 7-12. Kids 6 and under are free.
Friend of the Jamboree
Are you a Friday Night Jamboree regular? Ask about our Friend of the Jamboree program! A $10 membership allows the bearer $5 admission into the Jamboree all year long, paying for itself in just four visits. Must be purchased at the Floyd Country Store.
Reserved Seating Tickets
We are happy to offer a very limited number of reserved seats, located in the center section starting from the second row through the fifth row (limited to 40 seats, maximum eight tickets per order). Seating is assigned on a first-come, first served basis, per customer request and special needs. Please include helpful information in the notes section that will help us best accommodate your group. We will do our best to honor requests and seat your group together if possible.
Reserved tickets can be purchased below at a cost of $12. Since it is a reserved seat, children using a seat are the same price as adults, therefore, ticket reservations need to made for them as well. There are no refunds or exchanges. We ask that you be in your seats by 6:30 pm or your reservation will be canceled. We look forward to having you at the Friday Night Jamboree!
Note: If reserved seating is sold out, you can still purchase general admission tickets at the door.
Per federal and state guidance, fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear a face-covering at this establishment. Those who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 must continue to wear a face-covering to protect themselves and others.