43rd Annual Fall Country Jamboree November 2nd and 3rd, 2019
Presenting one of the area's most unique cultural events, our 43rd Annual Fall Country Jamboree! The Annual Fall Country Jamboree is one of the longest running events in Volusia County. This event features examples of pioneer living that included blacksmith demonstrations, cane grinding, a boil, spinning, weaving, wood working, and many more historical demonstrations.
The Handmade Arts and Crafts show features the original work of artists (local and traveling). You're sure to find something beautiful to brighten up your life. Local businesses and non-profits set up to share their products.
The music line up is one that you will have to search far and wide to match. Featuring both well-known established artists as well as the best of the up and coming. Every year we fill all 6 stages and time slots, that’s over 170 performances, and unfortunately have to turn performers away. But that doesn't stop them from just showing up with their instruments and joining in a jam or workshop. With two workshop tents and two jam tents music is abundant! We would like to thank all of the talented teachers who volunteer their time to run these tents.
The old time barn dance in the school house is a foot stompin' good time and good clean fun for the whole family. Live callers and bands make it a dance to remember.
The very popular "Lil' Abner Fiddle Hunt", our painted rocks and a visit to our farm are favorites for kids of all ages.
Storytellers tell their tales all day
both days at the storyteller tent.
Don’t forget about our Silent Auction. You’ll be sure to find something special there. Items include Antiques and collectibles, work of local artists, crafts, products from local businesses and donations from supporters. Funds raised will go towards phase two of the restoration of the Underhill house. If you would like to make a donation please fill out our silent auction donation form here.
Visit the Underhill house and learn the history of Volusia County’s oldest brick residents and the folks who lived there. Don’t miss our 17 other historic structures thought the event grounds.
Finger Lickin' foods like our Smoked Chicken and BBQ Pulled Pork, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Corn Bread, Popcorn, Kettle Corn, Old Fashion Ice Cream, Bake Sale and more from our summer kitchen and area food trucks.
Join us each year on the first weekend of November where Florida History and Folk Culture come ALIVE!