Live Bands

We are now accepting applications from band for Vets Summer Fest 2017 Please email for more information.

Thank you to the 2016 bands listed below!

Please reach out to us if you are interested in donating your time and talent for 2017.

Stinking Gringos

Todd Young and the Gringos, Original Rock

On Stage from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

We are an original project with over 50 originals that capture the essence of a Southwest Blues, Country Rock Vibe. With folk oriented lyrics this sound is sure to please. We are a professional band, performing local clubs, festivals, fund raisers, corporate and charity events for veterans. We also play cover songs that pertain to our own sound.


Madeline Smith, Country

On Stage from 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Madeline Smith, raised in New Jersey, has a southern family background and grew up on country music. At age 15, Madeline found her voice, put together a band, and started performing as a cover band. She also started picking up the guitar and soon immersed herself in songwriting. At age 16, she began working with Kent Wells in Nashville to produce her debut album. Madeline wrote or co-wrote all the songs and released the album in the summer of 2013. She immediately took off as an artist and soon opened for Lauren Alaina and Darius Rucker.

"Madeline was raised in New Jersey, but with family roots that run deep in the moist soil of Louisiana, her southern charm is undeniable the moment she walks in the room. A stunning vocalist, she also plays the piano and guitar, and is a prolific writer drawing poetic lyrics from the deep well of a tender and introspective heart. " Kent Wells from Kent Wells Productions, Nashville, TN.

Lost in Place

Lost in Place, 60-70-80 Classic Rock

On Stage from 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Since 1998, LOSTinPLACE has been diligently and methodically recreating the music of a generation that changed the world. As the band's name implies, their musical roots are firmly entrenched in a time gone by.

Specializing in classic rock, LIP delivers an interesting selection of songs from the 60's and 70's applying attention to musical detail and skilled three and four part harmonies. And in doing so, they have attracted a growing, loyal following that spans an impressive cross section of age groups. Close your eyes and you will think you are listening to the radio!


Bob Lanza Blues Band, Blues

On Stage at 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

There is only one way to play the blues: From the heart with ferocity as if your life depends on it.

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Bob Lanza from the wilds of north New Jersey leaves no doubt as to motivation with a scorching second release following his debut Things Ain’t So Bad (2009). Years with Floyd Phillips and the Mudflaps and backing legends like James Cotton prepared his audition as a new blues guitar hero.