Join the 2017 National Jamboree Band

The Jamboree Band will be an integral part of the 2017 National Scout Jamboree and you can be a member. 75 Scout musicians from across America… will supply music for ceremonies, events, concerts, arena shows and entertain many thousands of scouts and visitors to National Jamboree.  Repertoire includes popular and patriotic music, marches, and pep band tunes. Musicians who can double on set, guitar, bass and keyboard are needed for a 16 piece jazz band and a Tower of Power style group. The band will be made up of all registered scouts male or female, venture scouts and scouters. Adults may apply however initial preference will go to Scouts ages 16 - 25.  Band members will be accepted according to ability and instrumentation based on the director recommendation. There are no auditions.  Get your application started today!

A great time…. combine your love of scouting and of music. This is truly one of the best positions at the Jamboree! Check out the General Information link for more details and how to apply.  Download Flyer

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6 positions remaining. 

Also Needed - Rock guitar, Bass guitar, Keyboard and Drummer

Sit In with the Jamboree Band  

Wednesday July 26, 10 A.M              Want to play with the Jamboree band?  Bring your instrument and sit in with the Jamboree Band. Rehearse and then perform in a noon mini concert at the Summit Center. Open to all Jamboree attendees regardless of age. Meet at the band tent at 10 am on Wednesday July 26. Music provided. 

Accepted Band Members - Check the Director Update page

If you have questions please email the director

See the 2017 Jamboree Band Rosterer -  Coming Soon

Performance Schedule - Under Development Coming Soon 

 Thank you to the Cradle of Liberty Council, Philadelphia, PA  for hosting this site.

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                                       2013 Jamboree Staff Band at The Summit                                                                                                    © George Pinchock 2015