You can expect live music on Friday and Saturday from about 2 to 11 pm.
We are not looking for any artists for this year - all slots have been filled. Artists, you are welcome to submit your info to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jive Mother Mary
Friday, August 6 - about 5 pm
All encompassing rock music that makes you think of your favorites from the past while still feeling new. A full on Rock N Roll train running through your town.
Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs
Friday, August 6 - about 7 pm
Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs released their debut studio album, Sweet Little Lies, in May 2019. The Bird Dogs recorded at well-known studio Prairie Sun Records in Cotati, CA. They worked with mixing engineer and producer Brad Dollar, and mastering engineer David Glasser of Airshow Mastering.
Friday, August 6 - about 9:30 pm
That a quintet could sound so consistent over time, while adding new repertoire and even new lead singers, is a testament to a classically Nashville way of thinking. “I always say we just happen to use traditional instruments, but we’re really a singer-songwriter band,” Rogers says. One regularly hears the edict to “serve the song” among top tier players in Music City. But because this is bluegrass, and this is the Steeldrivers, the truth is that often, serving the song means you gotta play like hell.
Saturday, August 7 - about 2 pm
Amanda Stewart is an indie/country songwriter residing in Bozeman, MT. Although Amanda grew up in the Pacific Northwest, it was the home that she’s found in Southwestern Montana that woke her up fully. She began to find inspiration in the countryside landscapes, too, and in the embrace of the fellow musicians who glitter its music scene. For this performance, Amanda will be joined with a full band.
Saturday, August 7 - about 3 pm
Cruz Contreras is a multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter living in East Tennessee. Co-founded of Robinella and the CC Stringband and founder and frontman of The Black Lillies.
Saturday, August 7 - about 7 pm
Led by harmonica master and songwriter Pierre Lacocque, Mississippi Heat is a world-class Chicago Blues Band. Their motto is “Traditional Blues With A Unique Sound” as they present fresh yet vintage-based musical ideas.
Saturday, August 7 - about 9:30 pm
"The Austin-Based band were Americana before there really was such a term, combining roots, rock and country influences into an uncompromising musical approach that has earned the Grammy-winning group a very steadfast and loyal following." - A Taste of Country