Have we got a show for YOU!!

The music festival at goodstock will have you dancing and singing and swaying and smiling and laughing and feeling…

all the feels!

each performer is family friendly

Friday night, August 16

old town stage

6:30 Tim Hildebrandt and the Level Best Band

Tim describes himself as a songwriter who is a storyteller. Tim’s songwriting reflects the breadth of his musical career from soul to country rock. His songs meld his past music experiences with lyrics that chronicle our shared stories.

8:00 Six mile grove

Six Mile Grove plays original Americana music that honors their Minnesota roots. With influences from Bob Dylan to the Jayhawks, they tackle the humble human challenges of work, family, life, and love.

 

Saturday, August 17

Children’s stage - HILLTOP

3:00 Dennis warner

Beads on One String started simply as an uptempo and fun song about how “We’re more alike than we are different.” Then it became a beautifully illustrated children’s book

by Alison Love Unzelman. Soon after, a curriculum was developed for school-aged children!

Warner will perform songs and stories inspired by the book during this interactive concert.


old town stage

5:00 peter mayer

He writes about life on earth, about the mysterious and wondrous fact of our existence, and the vast cosmos that surrounds us. He also writes about pumpkins and dress hats, fake plants and pajamas, as well as love and freight trains just like a proper folk musician should.

6:30 moors & mccumber

Moors and McCumber create that rare chemistry that happens when two gifted singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists perfectly complement each other’s strengths,

a modern-day version of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young.

8:00 Rachel kurtz Band

singer:songwriter: speaker:storyteller

She speaks frankly about love, God, parenting, heartbreak and her infectious laugh is peppered throughout her concerts. Her songs are rife with emotion and can make you get up and dance.