2019 Lineup

We consistently seek out performers committed to songwriting and musicianship, representing a range of genres. In 2019, we have five dates featuring fierce talent from across the country. Food is available for sale at every show with proceeds going directly back into the event to keep concerts free to fans. Be sure to check out other local events & activities happening on the same weekend as our shows.

 
 
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Saturday, June 1st

Big Time Grain Company

Begins at 6pm (Following Reel Fun Fishing Tournament & Sip & Sample)

Led by brothers Bret & Chad Bourquin, Big Time Grain Co. is one of the fastest rising country bands in the Midwest. Their music pulses with the heartbeat of their western Kansas farmstead upbringing and the group’s 2018 single “Little Redemption” has recently been climbing country music charts.

 
 
 
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Saturday, June 15th

King Of The Tramps

Based in nearby Auburn, Iowa, the KOTT’s signature “Whiskey Gospel” sound is beloved by fans from near and far. After a busy 2018 that included a summer tour in Germany and the release of their fifth album “Wild Water,” the band is sure to put on another show full of foot stompin’ and hand clappin’ in their backyard.

 

The Maytags

begins at 5pm

The Maytags are a 7-piece band comprised of jazz students with roots in New York and St. Louis. Now operating out of Des Moines, Iowa, the group’s instrumental fluency and modern take on classic soul has set the midwest music scene abuzz.

 
 
 
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Saturday, July 6th

Mike & The Moonpies

This honky tonk outfit based in Austin, Texas, call themselves the working man’s working band. Their sound is steeped in tradition, but the Moonpies are the modern face of the outlaw country music movement. The group’s fifth studio album "Steak Night at the Prairie Rose" was recently listed at #17 on Rolling Stone’s Best Country/Americana Albums of 2018.

 
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The Bottle Rockets

begins at 5pm

Formed nearly 30 years ago, the Bottle Rockets helped forge a now-popular subgenre—small-town, middle-class, Midwest American roots rock—part right-to-the-gut poetry, part rock ‘n’ roll, all truth. In 2018, the St. Louis natives released their 13th album, Bit Logic, and it is fresh take on their signature folk rock style.

 
 
 
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Saturday, August 3rd

Brad Morgan

Born and raised near Manning, Iowa, Brad currently resides in Nashville where his midwest roots continue to influence his music as he works to make some noise on the country music scene. Brad was recently named the KBOE 104.9 FM  “2018 Iowa Country Artist of the Year” and has new music releases planned for 2019.

 

Royce Johns

begins at 5pm

This burgeoning country music talent from Polk City, Iowa, recently recorded a seven-song record titled “Truckstop Souvenirs.” Released in 2018, the album showcases Royce’s ability to deliver heart-warming, timeless stories and is earning him praise well-beyond the borders of his home state.

 
 
 
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Sunday, September 1st

The Brothers Footman

begins at 5pm (following ronald’s road rally benefit bike ride)

Fronted by four brothers, The Brothers Footman brings harmonies to the stage that will take you back to Motown and exude an energy that is all their own. The group refuses to be defined by a genre and instead likes to call their sound "Summa Music." Their 2018 debut single "Country Sky" has received radio play on stations across the country as well as internationally.