Music & Entertainment

June 13, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Gazebo Stage

Harrison Street Band

Harrison Street plays a variety of music including several original songs. They are primarily a blues band, but also play roots, rock and funk. Their music is uplifting, upbeat and danceable and their energy rubs off on the crowd.

Intermission – White Bear Dance Center

3rd Street Stage

Pandora’s Other Box

Pandora’s Other Box is one of the most sought after cover bands, performing at some of the Twin Cities’ hippest bars, events, and community gatherings. With a rhythm section that is off the hook, two unique guitarists and killer keys, Pandora’s Other Box plays songs that stand the test of time. 

Intermission – Children’s Performing Arts

June 20, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Gazebo Stage

Salsa del Sol

Salsa de Sol a high energy, 9 piece orchestra that performs music of the Spanish speaking Caribbean – salsa, cha-cha, merengue, Latin jazz, bachatá, among others. The band has been making superb dance music around the Twin Cities and the Midwest region for more than a decade.

Intermission – Richter Piano 

 

3rd Street Stage

Tim Cheesebrow Band

Tim’s music layers an eclectic mix of styles to create a sound with modern grooves, catchy melodies, and a sense of being grounded in deep roots. He’s known for his percussive guitar work, capo-wizardry, and an expressive voice big enough to fill any room. He now has six full-length solo albums under his belt, a published book on songwriting, and is showing no signs of slowing down.

Intermission – Ember Island 

June 27, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Gazebo Stage

Lamont Cranston

This legendary Minneapolis-based blues band has been at it since 1969. After 14 releases and many show-stopping performances, the band is still going strong and turning out new material all the time.The band has produced a number of hit songs including the chart-topping ‘Upper Mississippi Shakedown.”

Intermission – WBL Drum Line

 

3rd Street Stage

The Castaways

The Castaways are a nationally-known Minnesota based rock’n’roll band that audiences have been enjoying for many years. Best known for their top ten hit ‘Liar, Liar’, the band covers favorites including Bruce Springsteen, Elvis and Buddy Holly, to the Beatles, Beach Boys, Motown artists, Johnny Cash, Neil Diamond and more!

Intermission – WBL Orchestra 

July 4, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Gazebo Stage

Jake Nelson Band

St. Paul Singer/songwriter Jake Nelson has been making a splash in the Minnesota music scene since 2015. His self-titled, independently-produced debut album, released in June 2017, has made some buzz and gotten radio play on a local, national, and international level. Inspired by artists ranging from Lee Brice to Phil Collins to Frank Sinatra, his style is a unique blend of alternative country with a Jake spin.

Intermission – Paul Henry

 

3rd Street Stage

Kinda Fonda Wanda

High-octane rock ‘n’ roll honky-tonk inspired by the queen of rockabilly, Wanda Jackson! The setlist includes Wanda hits and deep tracks, such as Let’s Have a Party, Funnel of Love, Stupid Cupid, Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad, Rock Your Baby, Hard Headed Woman, Fujiyama Mama, Shakin’ All Over, plus a few from icons such as Patsy Cline and Barbara Mandrell.

Intermission – Ember Island

July 11, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Gazebo Stage

Backyard Band

Dan Perry and the Backyard Band is a high-energy and versatile Twin Cities band playing the hits of yesterday and today: Billy Joel, Journey, Chicago, Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, and more. Drawing on decades of experience playing in rock bands, folk groups, jazz combos and bar ensembles, The band specializes in fun, danceable rock ‘n roll, but isn’t afraid to throw in the occasional polka medley or country anthem to satisfy the crowd.

Intermission – IPAC

 

3rd Street Stage

The Resonators

Phil Kitze and the Resonators play a variety of rockin’ blues, rock and roll and original music, but Chicago and Texas blues is their mainstay. With a very upbeat, danceable style, their versatile repertoire covers of Johnny Winter, Jimi Hendrix, Bobby Blue Bland, Freddie King, Albert Collins, and Elmore James, and more.

Intermission – Jordan Krolak (Sinatra Vocalist) 

July 18, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Gazebo Stage

Joyann Parker

Award-winning jazz, soul, blues artist Joyann Parker brings a full range of talent to her performances as an accomplished singer, pianist, guitarist, and songwriter. She has performed for thousands at major venues and festivals across the country, frequently sells out some of the most prestigious clubs in the Midwest and garnered national and international attention for her newest record, “Hard To Love.”

Intermission – Sun Yi Tae Kwon Do 

 

3rd Street Stage

The Heighburners

The Heighburners are a 5 piece Americana/folk quintet from Minneapolis, MN. Fronted by Minneapolis singer-songwriter Elizabeth Ghandour, who returned to the Twin Cities to pursue singing and writing after spending time on the New York folk music scene. Blending the sounds of steel guitar, banjo, acoustic bass and percussion to support beautiful harmonized vocals, The Heighburners strive to modernize American folk music while remaining true to it’s gritty roots.

Intermission – Paul Henry

July 25, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Gazebo Stage

Power of 10

Power of 10 features dynamic vocalists, an awe-inspiring horn section and a superb rhythm section that performs a mix of timeless and current hits. The band brings the freshness of Bruno Mars, the passion of Stevie Wonder, the electricity of Michael Jackson and the power of Otis Redding. In addition to being chosen to play at the Republican National Convention in 2008 and 2016, they have performed with national acts such as REO Speedwagon and Cheap Trick.

Intermission – Lakeshore Players 

 

3rd Street Stage

Armadillo Jump

Armadillo Jump is a Twin Cities/Minnesota based Rockin Rhythm and Blues band that has taken the music they love –rockin blues– and cranked it up. The passion, excitement, and energy they pour into the music comes across as something that’s fresh and crispy.

Intermission – Ember Island