2015 Entertainment Lineup COMING SOON

Check out last year's line up of some of the best local talent and nationally touring bands.

2015 entertainment line-up is COMING SOON!

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Los Bandits
6:00-7:00 pm
Los Bandits
Knee Deep Shag
8:00-9:15 pm
Knee Deep Shag

Our sound has been described as similar to that of a check being cashed, an atomic wedgie being given, and even a kitty cat purring loudly. We are five members. We enjoy rock and roll, dancing, smoky bars, driving long distances in our van, quality time spent at truck stops, drinking free beer, Tron (the video game as well as the movie), waking up at the crack of noon, and yes you guessed it, writing band biography's. The music industry doesn't cater to bands this revolutionary. When is the last time you heard a cat purring on the radio? Exactly. You've never heard a cat purring on the radio. We are trying hard to change that, but until that day comes, and until hackey sack is sexy again, we are committed to staying up until 4am drinking free beer, playing rock and roll music in smoky bars and dancing with your older sister.

Domestic Problems
10:00-11:30 pm
Domestic Problems

Domestic Problems are a six piece band based out of Grand Rapids, MI. Having been playing for over two decades, they have built a national fanbase and have shared the stage with Barenaked Ladies, Neil Young, Rusted Root, Pat Benatar, Joe Walsh and Blues Traveller.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Rumblefish
12:00 -1:30pm
Rumblefish
Barn on Fire
4:00-5:30pm
Barn on Fire

Distinguished gentleman performing in a rowdy manner. Barn on Fire is Collin Moeller, Jeremy Angeletti and Kevin Romeo. Often accompanying us is Ash Coombs and Tracy Angeletti.

Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers
6:00-7:30 pm
Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers

Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers will make a sprightly young groove doctor out of anyone. With spectacular energy pulsating from every member of the band, the Rainbow Seekers could illuminate the very chambers of Heaven. Lead singer and Amish excommunicate Joe Hertler splashes through lyrical puddles of golden rain, leaving his audience wearing flowery headdresses and bubbling smiles. A ride on the Rainbow will take you across the mountains of Motown, through the fjords of folk, over the archipelagos of Americana, and—at last—into a funky firth, where only the fiercest of friendships can be found.

Wheeler Brothers
8:00-9:30 pm
Wheeler Brothers

Making music continues to be a family affair for Wheeler Brothers. The Austin, TX quintet traces a personal lineage of rock, folk, roots, Americana, and blues on its second full-length album, Gold Boots Glitter [Bismeaux Records], cooking up an irresistible and inimitable gumbo of styles in the process. Marching forward from 2011′s critically acclaimed Portraits, the group—Nolan Wheeler [vocals, guitar], Patrick Wheeler [drums], Tyler Wheeler [bass], A.J. Molyneaux [guitar, lap steel, back up vocals], and Nathan Rigney [guitar, backup vocals]—opens the door even wider for everyone to join the family.

What Made Milwaukee Famous
10:00-11:30 pm
What Made Milwaukee Famous

What Made Milwaukee Famous has been a stalwart of the Austin music scene since their inception in 2003. Singer/Songwriter Michael Kingcaid has employed a diverse range of musicians in the past decade, priding the band on not being backed into any corners, stylistically. With the release of their first two records, Trying to Never Catch Up and What Doesn’t Kill Us on Seattle’s Barsuk imprint, the band was touted for their abilities to channel strong musicianship and diverse songwriting into instantly, addictive hooks. Their “elegant pop” (Billboard) has landed them on the bill at a number of the mammoth festivals including Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Sasquatch, SXSW and Lollapalooza, highlighted by a taping on PBS’s prestigious Austin City Limits with Franz Ferdinand. They have also shared the stage with the likes of Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, The National, Snow Patrol, The Walkmen, TV on the Radio, and the Pretenders to name a few; a testament to the band’s musical diversity and mutual respect with other artists in the industry. 

 Chuck Inglish (DJ Set)
12:00-1:30 am
Chuck Inglish (DJ Set)

As one half of the world-famous Cool Kids, Chuck Inglish was the architect of albums The Bake Sale, Gone Fishing, Tacklebox, and When Fish Ride Bicycles. In addition to The Cool Kids, and his production work for Mac Miller, Rick Ross, Maroon 5, Kid Cudi, Asher Roth, Chance The Rapper, Travis Barker, Curren$y,and Pac Div (to name a few), Chuck is also exploding as a solo artist. May 23rd, 2013 marked the release of "Droptops," Chuck's first solo mixtape project. And, with his new Sounds Like Fun imprint through Federal Prism Records/ADA, Inglish delivered his first solo label album, "Convertibles" in April.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Gin Blossoms
TBA
Gin Blossoms

For more than two decades, Gin Blossoms have defined the sound of jangle pop. From their late 80s start as Arizona’s top indie rock outfit, the Tempe-based combo has drawn critical applause and massive popular success for their trademark brand of chiming guitars, introspective lyricism, and irresistible melodies. Gin Blossoms soon unfurled a chain of crossover favorites spanning five different formats, from “Hey Jealousy” and “Until I Fall Away” to “Follow You Down” and the GRAMMY®-nominated “As Long As It Matters,” earning the band sales in excess of 10 million in the US alone.

“It’s a really rare thing,” singer/guitarist Robin Wilson says of Gin Blossoms’ continuing saga. “So many chapters in this long story.”

Admission Prices

FREE before 4 p.m. every day
$10 after 4 p.m. every day
VIP tickets: $25 Thursday, $40 Friday/Saturday
*Children twelve and under are FREE.

Festival Gate Hours

Gates open at 11:00am each day, serving lunch, dinner and late night until 10:30pm on Thursday and 11:30pm on Friday and Saturday.

Ticket Prices

Food and Beverage tickets are priced at $1 each, and items range in price from $1 to $6.