MarchFourth is a kaleidoscope of musical and visual energy that inspires unabashed dancing and an atmosphere of celebration. With costumes inspired by band camp meets circus, the band consists of electric bass, guitar, 4-piece percussion corps, a 7-part brass section, dancers, acrobatics, stilt-walkers and a very diverse musical repertoire. Far from a “marching band” in any traditional sense, they have been known to swagger down Main Street playing a few tunes before taking the stage.

MarchFourth travels in one big tour bus, bringing their unique brand of party wherever they go. Their show is a sonic journey with worldwide influences, echoing the deepest grooves of American funk, rock, and jazz then boiling it all together in cinematic fashion, with showmanship, flare, and most of all: heart. This genre-busting, joy-inducing, in-your-face experience is not to be missed!


Ashley Rose Band

If High Desert Soul was a thing — music that moves you through word and harmony in the tradition of real roots Americana — but with an ear towards jazz, and a pocket as deep as river canyon, that’s the ARB. AR’s songwriting is simultaneously earthy as it is urban. Sincere lyricism, rich harmonic and rhythmic structure, clearly influenced by the likes of Joni, Lucinda & Ani DiFranco. All held up with the sturdy pulse of Vintage Soul & Motown.

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Brooke Would

Brooke’s lovingly curated sound can be identified with eyes closed by those who know. She’s been weaving other’s art into textiles all her own since 1998. You can count on energy that starts in the hips, and moves to the heart… body music at it’s finest.