Here are some things to know for Jamboree In The Hills 2018
What is it?
Jamboree In The Hills is a four-day outdoor music festival taking place every summer in Belmont County, dubbed "The Ultimate Country Music Experience" on the event's website.
When is it?
The festival is held Thursday, July 19, through Sunday, July 22. There is a Pre-Party Wednesday, headlined by Craig Morgan.
Where is it, and where can I park?
Jamboree In The Hills is nestled between I-70 and National Road in Belmont County, near Morristown and the village of Belmont. The address is 43510 National Rd., Belmont, Ohio.
General admission parking is $10 per vehicle, and is not included in the ticket. That parking can be accessed by using entrance #2 off of U.S. Route 40. Premium parking is $25. Remote parking, $45, is available for those who wish to leave their vehicle overnight.
How do I get tickets?
Tickets can be bought at the Jamboree In The Hills website.
There will be plenty of artists performing at the festival, including Toby Keith, Charlie Daniels Band, Travis Tritt and more. A full lineup can be found here.
Will WTOV9 be televising it this year?
We will be televising three of the four days. (NOTE: some of the performances are subject to change.)
Join us at WTOV9 Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. to learn more about your favorite acts and get a sneak peek of what's to come. You can catch us again at 10:30 p.m. on FOX9.
Everything kicks off Thursday at 4:35 p.m. with opening ceremonies. The Stickers and The Outlaws start the evening, followed by the Marshall Tucker Band, Charlie Daniels Band and Travis Tritt.
Friday, opening ceremonies start things of at 3:35 p.m. and then we see performances by Joe Zelek & The Rust Belt Kings, Riley Green, Jimmie Allen and the Steel Woods. We end the night with Big and Rich and Toby Keith.
Saturday starts at 11 a.m. with opening ceremonies and then Jessie G and Shane Owens take the stage. Followed by Jeffrey East, 1170 Band and Jon Langston. We end the night with Tim Montana, Black Stone Cherry, Josh Phillips. Gretchen Wilson and Brantly Gilbert will also end the night, but are not televised at this time.
Sundays' performances are not televised, but you can head down to Morristown to see Kentucky Headhunters, John Conlee, Joe Diffie, Diamond Rio and Neal McCoy.
Due to our broadcast of Jamboree In The Hills on WTOV9, NEWS9 at Six will be moving to FOX9.
Why isn't Sunday being televised?
We are contractually allowed to broadcast three days every year. This year, it's Sunday being left out. It's been other days in other years. However, we hope you will enjoy Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Where can I keep up with you online?
We have a page just for Jamboree In The Hills on our website! We also have a category for it if you want to send us your photos through "See It, Send It" on our WTOV9 app or website. Be sure to also follow us on social media!
What will the weather be like?
For now, the weather will vary from mostly sunny to some scattered showers and thunderstorms. You can have the latest details here or on our Severe Weather TEAM9 App.
Any other information, such as what can be brought in, camping, etc. can be found at the festival's website.