Harps. Angelic voices. It’s only found in Almost Heaven.

The Wheeling Jamboree is one of last remaining shows of its kind. It is the second oldest country music radio broadcast stage shows and continues to uphold its traditions that originated in 1933.

It also has an incredibly rich history and a long list of pioneering and legendary country music artists. Past Jamboree performers include Alabama, Johnny Cash, Brad Paisley, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn and many more. West Virginia native and country music star, Brad Paisley, even tenured in the Jamboree staff band for many years during the 80s.

On April 6, the Wheeling Jamboree returns to Wheeling’s historic Capitol Theatre, where the show first took place. Headlining the show is country music and Nashville legend Marty Stuart.

Attend this can’t-miss show in person at the beautiful Capitol Theatre or listen to the broadcast on the Jamboree’s official station WWOV 101.1 FM.

While in Wheeling learn about its history, try its incredible restaurants and explore its eclectic shops. Before the show, visit Centre Market, built in 1853, which is now home to eateries, antique shops, bakeries and cafes, as well as the famous Coleman’s Fish Market. After the show, Vagabond Kitchen, Later Alligator and Wheeling Brewing Company are all great places to grab a delicious bite to eat and after show drink.

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This post was last updated on July 31, 2020