Entertainment Lineup

Big thank you to Sound Barrier Entertainment for running the stage sound!

Friday, June 22

5:00 pm – Dusty Dee Litchfield

Dusty Dee has a familiar, toe tapping sound; it won’t take long before you’re singing along. Songs to dance to. Songs to sing along with. Songs that tell a story. Songs about home. “Dusty Dee has a distinctive voice and a quirky sense of humor … as well as a knack for telling a good story” 

6:00 pm – Opening Ceremonies

National anthems performed by Lisa Mulgrew.

6:30 pm – Chinook High School Rock & Pop Program

Led by Scott Davidson

7:15 pm – The Chevelles

“The Chevelles” live rock n roll performances have been entertaining cities and communities across Canada for well over 14 years. Every show they create is aimed at making each party a night to remember, and filling the dance floor with universally appreciated hits from the dawning of Rock n Roll and each decade afterwards.

9:00 pm – Desert Wind Belly Dancers

Belly dancers, yes! An eclectic group of women who study, practice, teach, and add their own style to the art of belly dance.

9:30 pm – Chevelles Second Set

10:00 pm – Last call for the beer gardens

11:00 pm – Closed

Saturday, June 23

11:00 am – Dory & The Weathermen

Dory & The Weathermen are a six-piece cover band, playing a variety of Rock, Modern Country, Blues, Ballads, Classics and Current Hits. Band members are Dory Rossiter – vocals, Keith Duff – drums, Bruce MacKay – keyboards, Bob Peters – bass, Bill Weiler – guitar, and Allan Wilson – guitar. The band can be found on Facebook, iTunes, CD Baby, and Spotify.

12:00 pm – Rose Ceremony

12:30 pm – Eric Braun

Eric Braun is an accomplished singer-songwriter and guitarist. Taking influence from songwriting legends as well as guitar heavyweights, Eric has taken the influences of his heroes and melded them into a style that is uniquely his own. Having released his debut EP, “Clear Your Mind” in July 2017, Eric is currently busy promoting the EP, as well as preparing for his follow up release.

1:30 pm – HIBIKIYA

The ever popular and authentic Japanese Taiko Drumming Group of Southern Alberta. The Japanese translation of HIBIKIYA is “Echo Place.” This name was chosen to reflect an ongoing apprenticeship relationship between Suijin Kaminari Daiko and Bryan Pereverseff, a local Taiko instructor who trains with the group during his annual trips to Japan.

2:00 pm – Sketch

Sketch Williams, born and raised in Winnipeg, now living in White Rock, BC, works diligently as always on his music, but also on other creative projects to boot. Grammy nominated as a musician for “Truth Has Fallin in the Streets” by Fresh I.E, Berklee student and with a cumulative 25 years of Piano under his belt, it’s no wonder that music remains at the forefront of his efforts. There is no genre that he will not touch and there is no style that does not interest his music

3:00 pm – Nicole Donaghy Hughes

Nicole is a 17 year old, pop singer / songwriter from Lethbridge. She produces out of Vancouver with her amazing team Ian Prince and Amanda Blush, where she produced her first two songs “Hands” and “Supernova,” which can be found on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play under “Darling Niki,” due to recent rebranding. She looks forward to sharing some covers as well as a few of her originals! She thanks everyone for their support! She will be back in Vancouver to produce 4 new tracks this summer which will be released later on this year. She is also a featured artist of Cottonwood records.

3:30 pm – Uncovered

If you are a kid of the 90’s, 2000’s, and today, Uncovered is your band! This four-person acoustic rock band has come together from several accomplished local bands of the past including Dated Delay, Billie Vegas, and The Travesty. The male / female lead singer dynamic of this polished rock band is sure to peak the interest of any music fan!

4:30 pm – Exisdance

5:00 pm – Adequate

Strap on your dancing shoes and get ready to bounce and boogie to a bountiful barrage of classic funk, R&B, and originals tunes from Lethbridge’s own funk power trio, ADEQUATE!

6:00 pm – Canadian Rocky Mountain Cloggers


6:30 pm – Suite 33

Suite 33 has been perfecting the art of live entertainment in hundreds of venues all over North America for the last 18 years. From thousands in attendance to private parties of a few hundred, to intimate club gigs of a few dozen, crowds can’t help but get caught up in the awesome energy exploding from the stage. Any audience is captivated by the irresistible feel-good atmosphere. 

8:00 pm – Desert Wind Belly Dancers

Belly dancers, yes! An eclectic group of women who study, practice, teach, and add their own style to the art of belly dance. 

8:30 pm – Cody Hall and 13 To Go

Cody Hall is an up and coming singer / songwriter from Lethbridge Alberta whose aim is to entertain, inspire and connect with his audience each and every show. Cody has a unique way of telling stories with his music, his lyrics are thoughtful and his voice is jam packed with emotion. Cody has a great mix of catchy covers and a handful of originals that you’ll be humming along to in no time. The small-town farm boy has stayed true to his roots mixing folk and country music to create a sound that’s his own.

10:00 pm – Last call for the beer gardens

11:00 pm – Closed

Sunday, June 24

11:00 am – E-Free band

12:00 pm – Karen Romanchuk

Karen Romanchuk is a Lethbridge folk, blues and country music singer and songwriter. Influenced by Steve Earle and Lucinda Williams, her songwriting has developed into her own unique sound. She traveled the road with a cover band now performs her own songs with passion and her only hope is to touch someone with her music.

12:30 pm – Chinook High School Rock & Pop Program

Led by Scott Davidson 

1:30 pm – Alyssa McQuaid & Coyote Junction

Alyssa McQuaid has been performing across North America for 10 years. She has opened for acts such as The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Aaron Prichett, Lindsay Ell, Tom Cochrane and many more. She most recently finished recording her album, “This is Your Song” in Nashville, TN with Juno award winning producer, Josh Gwilliam. Together, Alyssa McQuaid and Coyote Junction create an ensemble of talented musicians supplemented with excellent harmonies. In this 5 piece band of teachers by day and musicians by night, their passion, talent, and drive collides to form something truly memorable and special.

2:30 pm – Lethbridge Hung Sing Koon Kung Fu Academy

Lethbridge’s one and only Chinese martial arts school, Lethbridge Hung Sing Koon Kung Fu Academy has opened and closed the Lethbridge Dragon Boat festival with a traditional Lion Dance for the last decade. In conjunction with their 10th year anniversary, the members of LHSK will also be demonstrating some of their Kung Fu skills, including a long range style called Choy Lee Fut and the animal style known as Praying Mantis.

3:00 pm – Mahoney

Mahoney is an acoustic duo made up of Trent Roset and Ryan Massini. Based out of Medicine Hat, they have established themselves as one of Alberta’s most sought-after entertainers. Established in 2000, they have performed well over a thousand shows across Western Canada. The duo produces a surprisingly large sound as Ryan and Trent will often play multiple instruments simultaneously. Mahoney has amassed a constantly expanding repertoire of over 600 cover songs, ranging from Snoop Dogg to Johnny Cash; from Toto to Tool. They establish a rapport with the audience through engagement, humour and crowd participation, including “Mahoney-oke” where audience members of the audience are encouraged to perform live karaoke with the group. Mahoney is the ultimate, all request party band.

4:00 pm – Closing Ceremonies