In the tiny mountain community of Silverton, festivarians and music lovers grabbed their blankets, rain gear and tarps and set up shop for the third Annual Silverton Jamboree Music Festival. Local talent along with nationally acclaimed musicians played through downpours, snow, hail and sun, revealing that it will take more than a little bothersome weather to ruin a weekend of live music!

Southern Culture on the Skids rocks the house on Sunday
Night. A brief moment of blue sky hit Sunday morning. Looking back toward Silverton from Ophir Pass as the weather
closes in. Hula hoops were a crucial tool for maintaining core body
temperatures. Typical spring festival garb for 9,318 ft. above sea level. Papa Mali gives a rainy performance.

 

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