Boise - Beginner Jam (Wednesdays - 6:30pm to 9pm - Pioneer Building) Weekly beginner bluegrass jam (started on Jan. 4th 2017) in the Pioneer Building (6th and Main downtown Boise) on Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm to 9pm. Jason Homey is facilitating the jam. Click here for an updated song list used the first half of the jam and check the blog for more info.
Boise - Intermediate Jam (Thursdays - 6:30pm to 9pm - Pioneer Building) This is the old beginner bluegrass jam (started Sept. 2015) that is held on Thursday evenings in the Pioneer Building (6th and Main downtown Boise) and now an intermediate bluegrass jam. Jason Homey is facilitating the jam. Click here for the current song list, used the first half of the jam or read the blog for more info.
Boise - Intermediate Jam (Wednesdays - 7:00pm to 9pm - Shoreline Plaza 675 S. 13th, near Shore Line Drive): This jam is similar to the Thursday night intermediate jam at the Pioneer bldg, but with looser guidelines and plenty of free parking. For more information, call Bruce George at 208-467-6170.
Meridian - Performance Jam (Bluegrass & Country)(Tuesdays - 7:00pm to 9:30pm - KOA Meridian): KOA RV Resort in Meridian, on Pennwood. It starts at 7 and runs until 9:30 PM.
Monthly Jams Times and dates are subject to change. Be sure to call the contact number for the jam before going!
Boise - Performance Jam (Bluegrass & Country): Second Thursday each month from 2:00pm - 3:00pm at the Boise Veterans Home (320 Collins Rd, Boise, ID 83702) - For more information, call Bruce George at 208-467-6170.
Irish Jam - Boise, ID (Sundays 7:30pm to 9:30pm - O'Michael's Pub & Grill - between Labor Day and Memorial Day) This is going on for 15 years now, with a solid core of 10-15 Irish musicians, who come almost every week. Generally sets of 3 tunes in succession (jigs, reels, or polkas) are played. In a 2-hour session they go through 50 or more tunes and like to play fast! This is for advanced players, but feel free to come down for a listen. Important note! This is not a 'jam' where people try to improvise over the chords. We play traditional Irish session tunes, and when we don't know the tune we generally sit out and listen. 'Jamming' would be impolite at an Irish session. More info here: https://thesession.org/sessions/505