Live music and entertainment rocks Memorial Park all weekend long. Unless otherwise noted, all live entertainment takes place at the Gazebo in the center of the park.
Friday, July 29, 6-9pm ET
Audios Pantalones is comprised of an amalgam of eclectic musical tastes ranging from Alternative, Classic-Rock, Alt Country, and Prog-Rock.
Down by the Dock
Saturday, July 30, 10-11am ET
The band is literally generations of jazz, with musicians from 12 to 70+ years. The music also spans generations, everything from the 1940’s big band to 70’s and 80’s rock to some of today’s most popular hits. Known as a “Bamily” (band family), this group has a chemistry that can’t be beat!
Squiggles and Smaxy
Saturday, July 30, 1-2:30pm ET
Clowning around the park.
Saturday, July 30, 1:30-2:15pm ET
Interactive family-friendly puppet show that will have visitors of all ages laughing.
Saturday, July 30, 3:15-4:15pm
The comic and magician is now a regular, featured performer at the World Famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA, fulfilling a dream he first put on paper back in 1984 when he was asked his goal in the entertainment industry. Over a quarter-century and thousands of performances, Rusty has developed his “Dimension of Illusion,” creating a personal mix of mystery and maniacal mayhem that has delighted audiences in 43 states and nine countries, including two overseas military tours.
Bobby Hollywood and The Hills
Saturday, July 30, 5:30-8:30pm ET
Bobby Abrams, guitarist and vocalist, is best known as the former lead guitarist for The Buckinghams. Entertainment through singing and playing guitar is his lifeblood. Bob loves people and brings a quick wit and a flip rye sense of humor to every performance. He doesn’t just put on a show, he creates an experience. His vast range brings soul to its knees when performing Motown hits of the 60’s and 70’s.
Sunday, July 31, 12-1pm ET
Local Cover Band
Elvis and the Sweet Sensations
Sunday, July 31, 2:30-4pm ET
When Alvie Ellenwine arrives on stage, he becomes the famous Elvis Presley in seconds! He not only sings the beloved songs many of us remember and enjoy, but charms members of the audience from time to time with a gift of one of his silky white scarves.
Along with his Sweet Sensations, the King of Rock and Roll will once again close down the festival on Sunday afternoon.