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Woody’s Country Music Jamboree is a three day country music festival featuring Superstar Entertainment, Camping and an amazing fireworks display. It takes place on a beautiful 350 acre farm overlooking the Ohio River located in Aurora, Indiana. Come experience a COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL IN THE COUNTRY, ON A FARM!

Coolers are welcome at Woody’s CMJ. You may bring in alcohol, but no glass, please. In the show area there is a maximum cooler size of 14” x 14” x 14” (so they fit under your lawn chair). Reasonably priced food and beverages (including cash bar) are available.

Yes, you may leave the show area and return to your car or camp site as many times as you like, provided you are wearing your issued wrist band.

On-site parking is available for a nominal $2 fee which is donated to charity.  Very limited VIP parking is available for a nominal fee.

The show area is a grassy lawn. You may bring lawn chairs, but no chaise lounge chairs are allowed.

Children 12 and under are free (accompanied by an adult).

Swimming is allowed in the lake at your own risk during specified times and in a specified area.  All swimmers must bring and wear a coast guard approved life jacket.  Rafts, rings etc… are not acceptable forms of flotation devices. (Woody’s CMJ will not provide life jackets.)  Anyone swimming in the lake without approved life jacket will be immediately escorted off the property with no ticket refund.

Fishing is not permitted.

For the safety of all including your pets, no pets are allowed.

No, all seating is general admission. Lawn chairs are permitted.

The event is rain or shine. There are no refunds.

For the safety of all, no.

Yes, we have hay wagons running from parking lot to event area.

A Camping Permit includes one Camping Unit Pass (RV, Tent, etc.), and two Event wrist bands. No more than 8 people per campsite.

Due to the number of camping units, people and safety issues, no open flames are allowed in any of the campgrounds. That includes campfires, tiki torches, etc.; nothing with an open flame. Grilling on an above ground charcoal or propane gas grill is OK.

The campsites range from approximately 16’ x 25’ to 16’ x 40’.

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