The Gary & Alberta Young Memorial Jamboree

  • Sun., Oct. 16, 2022 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Marble Arts Centre

    Bridgewater Road
    Hastings County, Ontario K0K 3J0
Ticket Price (CAD) $5.00 Buy Tickets
Description

In 2010 The Young Family Band partnered with The Tweed and Area Arts Council to host the “Alberta Young Memorial Jamboree” in May and October on an annual basis. This tradition will now live on as the 'Gary & Alberta Young Memorial Jamboree' hosted by Tweed & Company Theatre at the Marble Arts Centre as a joint fundraiser for the Arts Council, Tweed & Co, and the Gateway Youth Jazz Ensemble. 

The Young Family Band was formed years ago in the small and closely knit community of Moira located just 15 minutes north of Belleville, Ontario. Brad and Jeff Young are brothers that have been singing and playing country and bluegrass with their family from children to present. Brad and Jeff have played many performances with their parents Gary and Alberta in the Tweed area and abroad including several showcases at the Central Ontario Bluegrass awards.  Gary and Alberta’s eldest son Mike retired in 2016 and officially joined The Young Family Band playing guitar and vocals and in 2017 they welcomed good friend and talented musician Anita Bird to the band playing bass and vocals.

This performance will be a part of the MAC 10+1 anniversary celebration, and all tickets are Pay What You Can.  

Date & Time

Sun., Oct. 16, 2022 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Venue Details

Marble Arts Centre

Bridgewater Road
Hastings County, Ontario K0K 3J0 Marble Arts Centre
Tweed & Company Theatre

TWEED & COMPANY Theatre is a registered charity, and is a creator and producer of Original Canadian Musical Theatre, as well as quality professional grassroots regional theatre. The company, formerly known as IANA Theatre, has been active since the fall of 2009, and has produced five large scale original Canadian musicals, as well as countless other Canadian productions. Tweed & Company is based in Tweed, ON, and also tours it's productions around the province.