ABOUT JAM IN THE VALLEY
Jam in the Valley is a country music concert and fireworks celebration of Independence Day. Billed as a family style event, Jam in the Valley has also become known as a pretty wild party.
With the beautiful hills of Wyoming County as a backdrop, Jam in the Valley takes place at Buffalo Hill Village Campgrounds, a 30 minute drive from downtown Buffalo, NY.
Camping, concerts and great fireworks make Jam in the Valley one of the best summer events in the country. Rustic style camping (no water or electric hook-ups) is available.
Concerts take place Thursday through Saturday nights (usually the weekend closest to the 4th of July). Children 10 and under are admitted to concerts for free.
Our fireworks are truly a unique experience and take place on Saturday night only.
A portion of the proceeds from this event are donated to designated local volunteer fire departments and other charitable organizations.
Here is a partial list of some of the past beneficiaries of Jam in the Valley:
- Varysburg Volunteer Fire Department
- Sheldon Voluteer Fire Department
- Harris Corners Volunteer Fire Department
- Wyoming County YMCA
- Wyoming County SPCA
- Mercy Flight of WNY
- Make-a-Wish Foundation
- Dream Factory
- Variety Club of Buffalo
- Old First Ward Community Center (Buffalo, NY)
- Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department Posse Division
- Warsaw Redemption Center
- Bishop Timon St. Jude High School (Buffalo, NY)
- Sonny Day Fund
- Cradle Beach Camp
- Special Olympics
- and many more….