| Jul 30, 2009

Back to HomeFeature Article - July 30, 2009 come to the Flinton Jamboreeby Jeff Green

Steve Pitticco and South Mountain are the featured headliners at this year’s Flinton Jamboree, which runs from Friday until Sunday at the Addington Highlands Township Recreation Centre in Flinton.

This is the fifth year for the festival and advanced ticket sales have been stronger than ever, as is the musical line-up. Joining South Mountain on the Jamboree stage will be White Pine, Handsome Molly, the irrepressible Tweed Twangers, the Moira River Ramblers, Brown Country Sound, New Frontier, Gord Wright and Gospel Grass, Neon Blue, Lazy John, Len Carr & Country Express, and Breakdown.

Emcee Howard Bonner will also be presenting the Loyalist Country Talent Contest Winners on the weekend, as well as local talent, including: Curly Taylor, Larry Birney, Doris Birney, Dallas Arney, Shane Arney, and Kendra Lynn Wilson.

Admission is $35 for a weekend pass, $10 for Friday night, $20 for Saturday, and $10 for Sunday.

To see if there are any more rough camping spots available, contact Duane or Donna Thibault at 613-336-8354.

The canteen will be open all weekend, including Sunday morning for the popular Buffet Breakfast ($8) between 8:00 and 11:00 am.

For four years the Flinton Jamboree has been the event that marks mid-summer in the busy Hwy. 41 corridor summer schedule.

For the finest Country and Bluegrass Music North of 7, come to the Flinton Jamboree this weekend. 

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