Have questions? Well, we have the answers and we're happy to share! Below are the most frequently asked questions about the Boulder City Spring Jamboree. If the question you have is not included in our FAQ's below, please feel free to send us an email through our contact form by CLICKING HERE and we'll be happy to help you!
Spring Jamboree is always held on the first Saturday and Sunday in May and we are open from 9am - 5pm on Saturday and from 9am - 4pm on Sunday.
Spring Jamboree is held throughout three beautiful public parks located in the historic downtown district of Boulder City, those being Bicentennial Park, Wilbur Square and Escalante Park. A map and driving directions can be found here.
Of course! Just be sure to follow the leash and "pick up after your pet" laws that are enforced in Boulder City's public parks. Also, it can get quite hot during the first weekend in May and remember that there are large crowds, so please just take good care to make sure your pets are comfortable and safe if you bring them.
Nope! Spring Jamboree is open to the public and we do not charge an entrance fee to our guests. The children's fun zone has a variety of rides and activities with tickets sold by our vendors and of course, food and beverages are plentiful and available for purchase.
Our event is divided up into parks throughout Boulder City, each having its own type of booths. Handmade arts and crafts are located together, commercially produced items are in another area, antique booths are all located in their own park, etc.
More information about being a vendor at Spring Jamboree can be found on our Vendor page by clicking here.
The closest ATM machine is located at the Boulder Dam Credit Union, conveniently located just one block from our event's border. The credit union is within walking distance at 530 Avenue G.
Accepted payment methods are individually determined by each vendor for the items they sell. Credit cards are accepted for payment of elements that are managed by the Spring Jamboree Event Team and the Chamber of Commerce, i.e. t-shirts and raffle tickets at the info booth, beverages at the beer booth, etc.
We sure do! You can view the maps and ask for assistance in finding any of the participating artisans while at the event information booth located under the carports across from the Rotarian’s permanent grill in Bicentennial Park.
Schedules for Center Stage are located in the Information Booth and we update our website often in the weeks leading up to the event, so you can always find the most up-to-date version by clicking here.
The first aid station is located in the Information Booth.
Picnic benches are located under the shade of the trees in Bicentennial Park, where you can enjoy great entertainment on Center Stage. For heat-related medical issues, please come to the information booth so that we can help you call for medical assistance from the on-site paramedics.
You can enjoy your festival fare along the grass edges of the artist areas as well as at the picnic bench seating area located in Bicentennial Park.
Handicap parking is designated in the east parking lot of the Boulder City Recreation Department. This lot is located between the Recreation Center and the Episcopal Church on the corner of Arizona Street and Utah Street.
A designated vendor parking lot has been created at the corner of Wyoming Street and Utah Street, at the Elaine K. Smith Center. This lot is a “self-contained” lot for those staying overnight.
For vendor loading and unloading, please refer to your booth space map and park overview maps for the suggested parking areas. Your parking pass and assigned booth number are color-coded to assist you in the best location to park to load and unload.
We will continue to have the parking assistance team at the check-in location on the corner of Utah and Park Streets for the Commercial Vendors, Food Vendors and Handmade Artisans. For the Antiques vendors, your park is self-explanatory based on your overview maps. You will be parking around South Escalante Park and unloading from that parking space.
During the event, we suggest you select a parking space that is located off the footprint along the city streets, so as to provide more parking for your shoppers.
YES! Please sign up prior to your arrival by calling the Chamber office at (702) 293-2034 and speaking with Val Olsen to arrange your assistane needs.