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This year’s entertainment lineup is creating a lot of buzz…..with the Buzz Ford Show and the American Kings bringing their fan club, the entertainment tent will be a hoppin’ place! Thanks to our entertainment tent sponsors, Financial Achievement Services, Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Dr. Stephen Stentzel, Rodney Oda, Steve and Eileen Litchfield, Tom and Julie Graber,  Wayne HealthCare, and  Reid Health, all of the on stage entertainment is FREE for everyone to enjoy.  Musical genres ranging from folk and pop/rock to California-cool and bluegrass will span both Saturday, July 27th and Sunday, July 28th. Word has it that in addition to the musical performances, Cathy Wagner, portraying Annie Oakley will be sharing stories about Annie and will be on stage Saturday at 12:30 and again on Sunday at 1:00.

Annie Oakley

SATURDAY

12:30pm

SUNDAY

1:00pm

Cathy Wagner, portraying Annie Oakley will be sharing stories about Annie and will be on stage Saturday at 12:30 and again on Sunday at 1:00.

ReFlektion

SATURDAY

1:30pm

Country music singer songwriters “ReFlektion” are a duo from Piqua, OH made up of twin brothers Jared and Justin Younce, born on November 21st, 1995. These twin brothers found their love for country music early in life by digging through their parent’s CD stash of 90’s country music artists such as Brooks & Dunn, George Strait, and Garth Brooks and have been writing/perusing music since the young age of 14. They released their first single back in 2017 called Young Americans and their second single in 2018 titled “This Small Town”, which was written about their hometown Piqua, OH and featured in the music video “This Small Town Piqua”.  They just released another single for their fans on April 6th of 2019 called “Feelin’ Right”. ReFlektion performs on Saturday at 1:30.

The Sugar

SATURDAY

4-6pm

The charismatic Shannon Clark and the Sugar follows with their upbeat mixtures of soul, pop, folk, and rock is front and center from 4:00-6:00. Shannon Clark and The Sugar currently reside in the Dayton, Ohio area, and play a mixture of soul, pop, folk, and rock, and love covering classic, familiar songs. They’re currently working on their second full-length studio album and are playing local, regional, and national shows to support their critically-acclaimed first album, “Carry Me”.

Special Additions

SATURDAY

7pm

Final Bow Center for Children’s Performing Arts will be opening for The American Kings by performing a few of their dance moves to get the crowd in the mood to rock and roll.  Not sure what the kiddos will surprise us with but you just know it will be adorable!  Look for them around 7:00 p.m.


The Butterfly Jr. Garden Club will be working the concert crowd selling delicious fry pies and soda pop.  These young gardeners will be dressed like car-hops carrying trays.  Give em a yell and if you want a snack.

Buzz Ford and the American Kings

SATURDAY

8pm

Buzz Ford and the American Kings will take the stage at 8:00. We have heard that these fellows really know how to rock and roll and their fan club does too.  So bring your lawn chairs, relax and enjoy some pie and ice cream, sip a cold lemonade or beer and dance the night away.

*Click Here to Learn More about Buzz Ford and the American Kings

Anna p.s.

SUNDAY

Noon

Anna p.s. conveys a sense of weariness throughout her simple but resonant songs, but it’s a weariness that keeps a blanket of hope tucked up under its chin, even as the rain keeps falling outside the windows. Grace always lurks around the corner on tunes that layer delicate vulnerability over the hearty stock of this songwriter’s spirit. With technical acumen acquired during an early career as an audio engineer and a humble but confident stage presence groomed as a founding member of indie roots rock band.  Shiny Shiny Black, Anna stepped out as a solo musician in 2014. She’s been on the road intermittently ever since, and her debut LP Umbrella released in July 2016, showcasing her signature sonic blend of melancholy, hope, and resilience.

Annie Oakley

SATURDAY

12:30pm

SUNDAY

1:00pm

Cathy Wagner, portraying Annie Oakley will be sharing stories about Annie and will be on stage Saturday at 12:30 and again on Sunday at 1:00.

The Blue Leafs

SUNDAY

3pm

Closing out the Gathering this year is a new band called The Blue Leafs. We have heard exciting things about them and look forward to their performance that begins at 3:00 The Blue Leaf's, a 4-piece band out of Tipp City, Ohio, offer a classic rock experience like no other, showcasing hits that span multiple decades. They perform classic tunes of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, including music from The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Eagles, Chicago, The Who, Queen, Billy Joel, The Police, and many more! On top of this, the band has released two full albums of originally written, produced, and performed material that allows audiences to hear something different: modern music with a throwback sound. The Blue Leaf's have worked for years to perfect the sound of their vocal harmonies, incorporating experience singing barbershop, classical choral music, and close-knit harmonies of classic rock. Their singing prowess is mirrored only by their musicianship, featuring four masters of their respective instruments.

2019 Entertainment Tent Headliner
THE AMERICAN KINGS

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SHOWTIME...8PM on SATURDAY, JULY 27th
ADMISSION...Always Free!
Bring Your Lawn Chairs and Get Ready to Dance!
THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR SUPPORTING OUR HEADLINE EVENT

Financial Achievement Services

Tom and Julie Graber

Steve and Eileen Litchfield

Rodney Oda

Dr. Stephen Stentzel

Zechar Bailey Funeral Homes.