Live music is available Saturday and Sunday for those willing to go by bicycle.  Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Director Mike Denehy:

Mike Denehy

Bands, beer gardens, and more will be stationed along the 30 miles of trail between Columbia and Boonville.  Denehy says the Pedaler’s Jamboree bicycle and live music festival is family friendly.  Those wishing to camp can drop off their overnight packs at Shiloh’s Bar and Grill in Columbia on Saturday before they get on the trail toward Boonville.  The entry fee is $40 for cyclists.  Those 16 and under ride for free.   Those who are not biking but wish to attend the music festival at Kemper Park in Boonville pay $20.  Those grounds open at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.  More information is available at www.pedalersjamboree.com.