LAFOLLETTE, TN (SPECIAL TO WLAF) – Postmark Jamboree is returning to the Postmark LaFollette Arts, Culture and History Center to entertain live audiences on Saturday, June 19.  

The address is 119 S. Tennessee Avenue, the old LaFollette Post Office. Plenty of parking in front of the building and on the Southside of building or in the large City parking lot behind the building.  Do not park on the northside of the building, that parking lot is reserved for Russell Tower residents.

We bring more Homemade ArtShine to the Center with Tony Branam, our MC, our House Band, Special Delivery, and a host of talented musicians for your enjoyment.  Visit our FB page Postmark Jamboree as well as our website for specifics on performers for the event.   Please note that we have some changes in our schedule.  We will open our doors at 5:30 pm and the show starts at 6 pm and ends at 8 pm. 

Tickets are $5 per head and everyone other than the musicians will need to have a ticket. 

Katie of Katie’s Restaurant will be have hot dogs, nachos, and other treats at the concession stand.

With the return to the center, we will start preselling tickets to the Jamboree for audience members who would prefer table seating. Tickets are still $5, just those for table seating will be a different color than the red tickets sold at the door which will be for general seating.  This will help us set the seating for the event.    The Center, 119 S. Tennessee Avenue is open on every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm to prepurchase the tickets.  Tickets will be on sale at the door on the night of each Jamboree.   While visiting the center to purchase your tickets you will see more of our Homemade ArtShine from our talented group of Artisans whose handmade/handcrafted works of art are on sale.  The Co-op will be open during the Jamboree. 

Connect to WLAF for the calendar of events.  WLAF will host the video of the live performances on TV 12 as well as on the WLAF YouTube channel. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/10/2021-6AM)