Bands


Friday, June 7 – ROCK

5  p.m. HI FI HANGOVER Renowned for insane guitar, thunderous percussion, pile driving bass riffs, off the hook vocals and a live show that is second to none, it is small wonder that HI FI HANGOVER have rocketed to the top of the Omaha party scene in record time

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7:15 p.m. SECRET WEAPON Much more then just the best 80′s cover band around… their shows are actual Rock Concerts that you come to pump your fists and sing along to every song. We are the band you wanna come see to be entertained and rock out too.. not just some band thats in the background to dance too…. We are the most fun you can have in two states!

Saturday, June 8 – AMERICANA/JAZZ

12 p.m. MATT COX With a voice like a whiskey-shooting, chain-smoking Bruce Springsteen and a songwriting style that refuses to stay within just one genre, Matt Cox has been a shining example of Midwestern alt-country-rock-folk-indie-Americana music that somehow fits all and none of these categories - HEARNEBRASKA

1 p.m. ALL YOUNG GIRLS ARE MACHINE GUNS Here to woo you with their own special brand of woo. Typically this involves buttery bass lines, gorgeous guitar solos, and vocals that will find your wooable parts, wooed. We love love and don’t care who our woos woo, as long as our wooing woos.

2 p.m. STEVE RAYBINE A nationally known virtuoso vibraphonist who has earned a reputation for his exciting live performances and melodically-appealing and rhythmically-compelling original contemporary jazz compostions. Raybine’s unique and refreshing musical sound and style is captivating jazz audiences throughout the United States and Europe

3  p.m. TBD

Photoshoot-KC4 p.m. POTASH TWINS  Ezra and Adeev Potash, 18-year-old identical twins and world-class horn-wielding musicians known as the Potash Twins, bring their sound back to their hometown after a freshman year making their mark in New York City. The Twins curated the jazz portion of this stage up to Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

7 p.m. PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND The Preservation Hall Jazz Band derives its name from Preservation Hall, the venerable music venue located in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter, founded in 1961 by Allan and Sandra Jaffe. The band has traveled worldwide spreading their mission to nurture and perpetuate the art form of New Orleans Jazz.