National Scout JamboreeJamboLink

Your location for all Jamboree News

Welcome to JamboLink!

Communication will be everywhere during the 2017 National Jamboree! JamboLink’s many social media channels, website, enews, and livestreams will keep participants, leaders, and staff up-to-date with everything that is happening.


The official social media channels include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. All except Snapchat also will provide an official Jamboree livestream. Find the official Facebook page at and Twitter and Instagram pages through the username @2017Jambo, or add the Jamboree on Snapchat using Jambo2017. The official hashtag #2017Jambo will be used on all social media platforms.


In addition, be sure to visit the 2017 Jamboree website, That site will be the authoritative source for current information including wait times for activities, maps, photo galleries, and articles about the Jamboree.


Catch the official livestream every night of the Jamboree before Taps beginning at 9:30 p.m. 2017 Order of the Arrow National Chief Forrest Gertin and National Venturing President Michelle Merritt will host the livestream — “Jamboree Tonight” — which will recap the day, feature interviews with Scouts and Scouters, and highlight important parts of the next day. Livestreams will be available on and the Jamboree social media channels.

JamboLink’s social media channels and website will have up-to-the second information about the Jamboree’s events and activities. Follow JamboLink’s channels in order to stay in the loop. We look forward to helping you fuel Scouting’s adventure at the 2017 National Jamboree.

The 2017 National Jamboree App

The 2017 National Jamboree App powered by AT&T is available now for iOS and Android devices. The app includes a list of activities, event schedules, updated wait times for attractions, interactive maps, real-time notifications and more.

It’s everything you need to know about the 2017 National Jamboree — all in the palm of your hand.

To download, click here on your iOS device or click here on your Android. You can also search “2017 Jamboree” in the App Store or Google Play. Jamboree participants, staff volunteers, and visitors should get the app today and find a prominent spot for it on their home screen. Those who aren’t going to the Jamboree are welcome to download the app and follow along from home.



Those who don’t have a compatible smartphone can find the web version of the app by visiting .