How long has California Jam been around?

California Jam has been around since 2007, when Dr. Bill DeMoss had a dream to fuse the Ted talk format in the context of health discussions with an ACDC rock concert! Dr. Bill was inspired by a massive event in 1974, where thousands of people meet in at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California to listen to the Eagles, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Earth, Wind & Fire. That event was called California Jam and that memory launched Dr. Bill to create an exciting, relevant learning seminar/concert that was like no other on the planet!  

Our Mission

The purpose of Cal Jam is to express our desire to change the world, our passion to make learning fun, and a thirst for increased human potential. We educate the planet by creating an unequaled atmosphere and providing access to the world’s leading experts on health and sustainability. We create a community of truth seekers that make natural solutions more attractive than harmful man-made options, ensuring the well-being of future generations.


What Is California Jam?

California Jam combines a TED talk format with a rock n’ roll show in-between! Over two dozen speakers, who are experts and innovators in the natural health field, take the stage throughout the weekend as two live bands play in between. The driving objective of the event is to get attendees up to date on chiropractic research, scientific studies, and useful practice management strategy. The hope is that attendees bring all they learn at Cal Jam back to their communities to implement real, rippling change.

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CE credits (continuing education for chiropractors)
California Jam offers continuing education credits for most states with 5 CE credits on Sunday for X-Ray with Dr. Cliff Tao. 

We have a wide variety of exhibitors at California Jam. Many offer supplements, nutritional programs, or chiropractic supplies.

California Jam takes place in Costa Mesa at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts: 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626