WHEELING?- or nearly eight decades a Jamboree country music radio stage show has been presented by the various broadcast and entertainment corporations from downtown Wheeling. These Jamboree shows have taken place at many theaters and venues within the City of Wheeling. Those include short runs at The Victoria Theater in 1934 and 2009, The Market Auditorium from 1937-1945, The Virginia Theatre 1946-1962, The Rex Theater 1963-1966, The Wheeling Island Exposition Hall 1966 -1969 and the Capitol Theatre formerly known as Capitol Music Hall. Other short runs have taken place at The Liberty Theater, The State Theater and the Colonial Theater each in Wheeling at various benchmarks in the Jamboree's history. Now, for the first time, neighboring Moundsville will share the heritage of Wheeling's Country Music Institution, when the current management unit of Wheeling Jamboree, Inc., partners with the Strand Theatre Preservation Society to present the Wheeling Jamboree from the stage of Marshall County's newly renovated Strand Theatre. The Strand is located about 10 miles south of Wheeling's downtown and nearby several Marshall County attractions. Coincidently, not unlike Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House, that is nearly 10 miles from the historic Ryman Auditorium.