Missed Tuesday morning’s “Welcome to West Virginia” opening show because you were, oh, I don’t know, busy at your day job?
Relive the nearly two-hour show from your computer, tablet or smartphone right now at jambolive.org.
Rock out with the West Virginia Army National Guard band; hear from Wayne Brock, Wayne Perry, Stephen Bechtel, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, and other dignitaries; and jam with country band Taylor Made. You can even see what Scouts and Scouters tweeted during the show (using hashtag #2013Jambo) through the CNN-like crawl at the bottom.
In case you want to skip around, I put together this minute-by-minute rundown:
0:00-42:59 — West Virginia Army National Guard band performs several cover songs
43:00-44:00 — Break
44:01-46:05 — Safety instructions
46:35-50:29 — Welcome from Venturers, Venturing video
50:30-58:10 — Opening from Venturer Hesper Bath and National OA Chief Matt Brown, posting of colors
58:12-1:00:00 — Rabbi Peter Hyman invocation, Scout Oath
1:00:45-1:02:30 — Chief Scout Executive Wayne Brock
1:02:31-1:04:20 — BSA National President Wayne Perry
1:04:21-1:06:15 — Stephen Bechtel Jr.
1:06:37-1:09:44 — Matt and Hesper and the “Unknown Scout 2.0”
1:09:45-1:13:50 — Opening video montage
1:13:51-1:15:14 — Matt gives tour of Summit
1:15:15-1:18:49 — AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson
1:18:50-1:19:29 — Summit flag comes in via zip-line
1:19:30-1:23:17 — National Commissioner Tico Perez, Matt, Stephenson
1:23:18-1:29:50 — W.Va. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin
1:30:30-1:30:44 — Bechtel statue unveiling
1:30:45-1:33:06 — Jambopalooza video
1:33:07-end — Taylor Made performs