Music Guests

Rubiks Groove2

Friday, June 10th, 7:00 PM

Main Tent

Admission: Free

Seating is Limited and Dancing is Encouraged!


Get ready for a totally tubular 80's experience! Rubik's Groove is the total 80's experience, bringing you the hits you love from the decade that brought you day-glo fashion and scrunchies. 


The Rubik's Groove Members are: Pee Widdy- vocals, bicycles, keytar; Johnny Lawrence- vocals, cowbell, crane kicks; Star Brite- vocals, optimism; Edward Van Scissorhands- keys, hedges; Scott "Team Wolf" Howard- Bass, car surfing; Robo Chops- Guitars, misc prime directives; Super Stario- drums, donkey kong; "Bill" the Transformer- Guitars, safe driving instruction. 


Rubik's Groove will be providing the music for our Rad 80's Dance Party, Friday Night, June 12th from 7-10 PM under the Main Tent. 

Corey EvittsThursday, June 9th, 7:00 PM

Man of Steel Tent

Admission: Free


Corey Evitts is a songwriter and performer from Metropolis, Illinois. He currently is the principle instructor for Allen Music's Groove Academy in Paducah, Kentucky. Corey performs every weekend at Doe's Eat Place in Paducah, as well as other venues in the Metropolis and Paducah area.


Thursday, June 9th, 7:00 PM

Metro Tent

Admission: Free


This Morganton, North Carolina-based gospel music group has been singing and ministering through song across the United States and Canada for 43 years.

The current line-up of Jeff and Susan Whisnant, Austin Whisnant, Ethan Whisnant and Aaron Hise have a sound that fans, church music ministers, and promoters have enjoyed for years.


The Whisnants have had 13 #1 Songs and numerous Top 40's, including "All Is Well", which was nominated for Song of the Year in the 2013 Singing News Fan Awards. Their song "What You Took From Me" was Singing News Chart Song of the Year-2003 and "Even In The Valley" was Singing News Chart Song of the Year- 2004.


Other achievements have been being nominated for Trio of the Year 9 times and getting numerous individual nominations (Favorite Young Artist, Favorite Female Singer and Favorite Alto) to name a few. They have made 18 appearances on the National Quartet Convention, appeared on the Gospel Music Southern Style Program (INSP Network), participated in the Feb. 2007 Gaither Video Taping in Nashville, TN and have performed in Hawaii and Canada.

Lew Jetton and 61 SouthSaturday, June 11th at 7 pm

Metro Tent

Admission: Free


Lew Jetton along with the band, 61 South have been festival and club favorites throughout the Midwest, Mid South, & Delta since the early 1990s with their critically acclaimed "Southern-Fried" Chicago Blues sound. Through XM and Sirius Satellite Radio, they’ve become known to blues fans nation wide and even around the world. Along the way, they've received worldwide critical acclaim and won numerous fans. The band is currently finishing up it's much anticipated 3rd CD, scheduled for release this summer!


Jerason DeanThursday, June 9th at 6 PM

Metro Tent

Admission: Free


Jerason Dean is a contemporary easy listening artist based in Chicago, Illinois under Ferguson Music, an independent label in Nashville, Tennessee. The youngest of four children, Dean was exposed to music at a very early age. His grandmother, Ann Burton, gave him his first taste of music when she handed him a collector’s edition of Patsy Cline’s musical works. After falling in love with the country legend, Dean began forging his own music career as his grandmother and mother entered him in competitions and booked him at churches all over the region including the Colgate Country Showdown and the Kentucky Opry. Dean’s dreams of singing continued to grow and after graduating high school he attended college on an partial music scholarship for voice but it wasn’t until posting his talents online that he was discovered by his current manager and producer, Larry Ferguson. Currently, Dean is laying the foundation for his debut album and continues traveling and singing at different events sharing his passion with everyone who will listen. 

Leonard the Band

Saturday, June 11th at 6:00 PM

Metro Tent

Admission: Free


Leonard the Band did not set out to sound like anything or anyone in particular- they came together and forged a sound uniquely their own. Art is their outlet and they wish to share it with fans and new listeners. Being from the small town of Metropolis is a challenge that they embrace and has humbled their craft. They hope to share their music with anyone who is willing to listen. Their influences bleed through their music, but do not define it.

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