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Pedaler's Jamboree - Bicycle/Music Festival
Held May 26th & 27th, the event starts in Columbia and goes to Boonville on the Katy Trail.
Day 1 - Ramble In
The adventure starts at Shiloh Bar and Grill in Columbia, Missouri. Drop off your overnight packs at check in and prepare for a weekend of relaxed bike riding, music and fun. The first day traverses 30 miles of the most scenic section of the Katy Trail State Park on crushed limestone trails flanked by cliffs and the Missouri River. Stop at your convenience at a handful of locations to enjoy live music and entertainment including shows by Dirtfoot, Carrie Nation and the Speakeasy.
Bands will play throughout the day at staggered schedules. The final destination, Boonville's Kemper Park, will host the feature event. Enjoy an outdoor professional stage with performances by The Hipnecks and Southern Culture on the Skids late in the evening. Free camping is available at Kemper Park. Tickets for the festival area are also available to the public. Overnight gear will be dropped off for riders at the park.
Day 2 - Stumble Out
Depart Boonville at your leisure. Head back east on the trail for the second day of fun. Stop at your convenience at a handful of locations to enjoy live music and entertainment by Noah Earle, the Ben Miller Band, and Dirtfoot. At the end of the day riders are encouraged to return to Columbia at their leisure for completion of the weekend's events or camp at one of the many campsites available on the route. Your overnight bags will be waiting for youat Flat Branch park at the end of the day on Sunday.
Cyclist meet at the Shiloh Bar and Grill from 8-10 am.
Adult entry fee $40.The Jamboree encourages family recreation!
Riders under the age of 16 ride for free!
Ticket to the concert at Kemper Park are $20. The gates to the Park open at 3 pm. The concert starts 6:15 pm.
Call 573-228-7476 or visit www.pedalersjamboree for more information.