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All tickets will be automatically honoured for 2022. Hold on to your tickets and Big Valley Jamboree will keep you updated.


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Big Valley Jamboree EZPay Ticket Payment Plan

Big Valley Jamboree Payment Plan allows the customer the flexibility to pay for their order via an Installment Payment Plan (“EZPay”) by selecting “EZPay” during online checkout. The ticket purchaser (“Purchaser”) that utilizes EZPay agrees that their credit card will be charged once a month (“Installments”) until their order is paid in full. This includes the initial payment. Installments will be scheduled monthly during the term (“Term”) running from November 1 – July 28, 2021.
The number of Installments available to Purchaser is dependent on when the initial purchase is made during the Term. The Purchaser will receive email confirmation each time their credit card is charged. At the time the final payment is made, their order will be available for shipment. The Purchaser further understands that they can, at any time, pay for the order in full. Please note that there is a $5.00 CAD additional Processing Fee charged during each Installment for the payment plan option. If a payment is not made in full within 10 days after any Installment charge, your order will be cancelled without refund and all tickets associated with that order will be released for sale.


As technology continues to develop, so does the ability and ingenuity to produce counterfeit event tickets.  Unless you have purchased your tickets directly from our office, you might be left outside the gates when trying to redeem your tickets.

Buying Tickets Online From a Third Party

Persons buying tickets from third parties via the internet should always be cautious.  Even though a ticket may have at one point been a valid event ticket, there is always the chance that ticket may be invalid, reported lost or possibly even stolen.  In this case you will not know the validity of the ticket until it is scanned at an entrance point.

Posting Pictures of your Tickets to Social media

As excited as you may be to finally have your tickets in your hands, we urge you to be extremely careful when posting pictures of your tickets to social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. Your tickets contain valuable information such as your name, and even account number. That information, in the wrong hands, can be used against you to report your tickets lost or stolen and then re-issued to another party. Unfortunately you would not be made aware of this until you showed up at the event only to find that your tickets, once scanned, indicate they are null and void. Think of posting a picture of your tickets in the same way you would post a picture of your credit cards.

Ticket FAQ’s

Will Call is an event industry term, and just a fancy name, for the location you pick up your tickets at the event. Big Valley Jamboree’s Will Call booth is located in the Processing Lanes.

Please contact a member of our Ticketing Team at 888 404 1234 and we will be able to assist you

For more information see our Ticket Renewal Page.

Children under the ages of 11 and under are free to attend in the General Seating Area.

Children that are 2 and under are allowed to sit on an adult’s lap in the Reserved and VIP Seating Areas, however children 3 and older are required to have their own seat in these areas.

All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times and must possess a valid Big Valley Jamboree Admission Wristband. A Youth wristband is available to qualifying children free of charge and can be picked up at Will Call, BVJ Information Booth, and CRE Ticketing Kiosk.

Yes. You can purchase a maximum of 8 valid weekend passes and 4 camping passes.

Your government issued photo ID (Passport, Driver’s license, Identification card). If you have Handicapped camping or parking you will also require your placard AND registration.

Anyone who is at the Big Valley Jamboree and would like to renew their tickets for the following year!

Purchase your tickets as normal, but be advised that you will not receive them until June. We do have greeting cards available online that you can use to present your gift is you wish.

No, ONE credit card per order.

Due to the logistics involved please contact our office at 1-888-404-1234 and a member of our Ticketing Team would be happy to assist you.

You will pay for your tickets at the time of renewal. If your upgrade is successful, you will be charged / credited the difference.

If you miss the deadline, your tickets will be released to the public NO exceptions.

For more information see our Ticket Renewal Page.

In an effort to be more environmentally conscious, we will no longer be sending out a Ticket Renewal Reminder Letter in the mail following each event year.
We encourage all our fans to sign up as a BVJ Bandit to receive all the latest information and updates regarding the Big Valley Jamboree in their email.

Yes! You should receive an email confirmation. Be sure to check all of your email folders.

Yes! Upgrade priority is based on a first come first serve basis.

For more information see our Ticket Renewal Page.

For more information see our Ticket Renewal Page.

No, there are no refunds or exchanges.

No, a weekend general admission ticket is non-transferable. Damaged or tampered wristbands WILL NOT BE REPLACED.

There is no waiting list for tickets. Our tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis.

A valid weekend admission is having possession of a pass or combination of passes that allow you access to the Big Valley Jamboree from Friday – Sunday.

A weekend admission could be comprised of VIP Seating, Reserved Seating, a 3 Day Weekend Pass, or Single Day Tickets (Friday-Sunday).

A weekend admission is required to enter ALL campground areas.

VIP and Reserved Seat Holders will receive their tickets in the mail typically near the middle of June.

All General Admission Ticket Holders will receive an email near the beginning of June. The email will contain an electronic printable version of their ticket. However if ‘Will Call’ was chosen at the time of purchase, the ticket will be waiting for pick up at the event.

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