Full Entertainment Line-Up Coming Soon
Friday Night May 10: Mainstage 6:30PM
DISPLACEDANGER is a 4 piece original alt rock band based in West Greenwich, featuring vocals by Gina Giorgio and Amber Lynn, with Stuart Spitalnic on bass, Dave Boiani on guitar, and Artie Tefft on drums. Formed in 2018, the band is playing gigs and getting ready to record its first CD
Friday Night May 10: Mainstage 8PM
Dirty Deeds The AC/DC Experience out of Boston, MA, has been touring the US for over 20 years bringing forth their high energy and wildly entertaining tribute to one of the world’s best rock bands, AC/DC! Dirty Deeds' performance revisits all of the timeless AC/DC hits along with a theatrical ride through rock n’ roll history bringing you back to the early music that was at the roots of AC/DC’s rise to stardom.
Earning a reputation for their attention to detail and passion for AC/DC, Dirty Deeds The AC/DC Experience recreates the exact sound of AC/DC by performing the songs authentically note for note along with capturing the unique and exact tone that the super group has come to be known for. On stage, Dirty Deeds mimic the antics and appearance of AC/DC in such a way that will keep you wondering if you’re experiencing the real thing! Making use of interactive video, lighting, and fully functional props, Dirty Deeds recaptures the theatrics of an AC/DC concert in its entirety! Truly an experience, unlike any other!
A true audio and visual experience, Dirty Deeds invites you to take part in a few hours of pure Rock n’ Roll escapism as they take the stage and pay tribute to one of the greatest bands of our time.
Saturday, May 11th: 8:30pm mainstage
Aztec Two-Step featuring Rex Fowler & Friends
Neal has retired but Rex & company carry the Aztec Two-Step legacy forward!
Originating from a chance meeting in 1971 at a Boston coffeehouse open mic night, Aztec Two-Step burst on the scene in 1972 with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records. This and their three subsequent albums for RCA Records made the band staples of progressive FM radio and college radio, helping to usher the folk-rock music of the ‘60s into the 1970s and beyond. Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman went on to spend a lifetime making music together. After 47 years Neal has made the decision to retire following the passing of his wife, and he and Rex have agreed wholeheartedly that the ATS legacy should be carried forward into a new era.
Rex’s new Aztec Two-Step ensemble, which includes his new wife Dodie Pettit and Steven “Muddy” Roues, has embraced a busy touring schedule. They're performing ATS fan favorites and forgotten gems often reminiscent of Aztec’s original recordings, earning standing ovations and rousing reviews. And Rex’s band banter and stage patter is still as fun, warm and engaging as ever.
“Amazing show at Courthouse Arts…. Go see Rex, Dodie and Muddy. You won’t be disappointed!”
“The show with Rex and Friends in Sarasota was fantastic! - looking forward to seeing you again!”
“Great show at City Winery!!…. Rex’s new configuration maintains the integrity of the ATS music that fans love...”
Sunday, May 12: Mainstage 1:30-3:30
Whole Lotta Heart (www.wholelottaheart.com)
Get ready for a HEART-pumping rock and roll experience showcasing the music of HEART and paying homage to Heart's live shows as they tastefully honored the mighty Led Zeppelin. Featuring not one, but two soaring female lead vocals, a lineup of precision multi-instrumentalists, and period costumes, Whole Lotta Heart ventures through three decades of the most powerful female-led rock band of all time. The band is sure to steal your heart and leave your rock and roll soul hungry for more.
"...Great stage presence. Fantastic harmonies and solo vocals. Whole Lotta Heart has a whole lotta talent. Highly recommended."
"I just saw these guys at the Foxboro Orpheum. I've never said 'wow' so many times during a show. The way they perform Heart and Zeppelin is incredible"
"...What a show! These musicians are incredible. The powerhouse vocalists are unbelievable...It was like being at an actual Heart concert. "
Sunday, May 12: Mainstage 3:45-5pm
Space Junk is Forever
SJIF is a mostly instrumental impressionistic Boston based band swirling the sounds of classic keyboards, drums, and lots of effects pedals into short idea-based sketches with pertinent titles. Click here to hear the album