July 30, 2022 Gates Open at Noon
AED's for Bars on B
This year, we will be raising money to install AEDs (automated external defibrillators) in bars and restaurants along Highway B in Land O' Lakes. It can take emergency services a long time to drive to some of these locations, so having AEDs at businesses that are open late into the night can be a lifeline for many. For donation inquiries, please call (715) 547-3487 ext. 4
Tim Stop is a singer/songwriter out of Chicago, who's recently played on several major international tours, opening for rock legends Chicago and REO Speedwagon. He's performed to sold-out crowds at historic venues like Red Rocks and the Greek in LA, and his latest single "Perfect Fool" can be heard on SiriusXM's "The Pulse" and has over 300,000 plays on Spotify since its release. His cover of Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel" became a mainstay on SiriusXM’s "The Coffee House" channel. He is currently finishing a self-produced album, featuring world-renowned drummer Keith Carlock.
Unity The Band
Unity The Band is an award-winning original roots reggae group based in Wisconsin. Their intense touring schedule of varied venues around the Midwest, East Coast, West Coast and Hawaii has honed an interactive outdoor stage show with positive party vibes and the knack for drawing club crowds into the irie groove. For Northwoodstock, Unity will be joined by the Rasta Horn section to round out a 12 piece band and give Bent's Camp a show unlike any other.
They treat fans to old Roots, Rock, Reggae favs along with original music blending influences of roots, rock, blues, funk and reggae into their own unique sound. Fronted with island-smooth energetic confidence by Kai "Pita" Katobalavu on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, the band’s talents includes the smooth bass lines of Tim Perkins, Anthony Robert Bessen laid-back guitar riffs and vocals, the cool intensity of Franz Zermuellen on keyboards and innovative steady ease of Kelvin Ayres behind the drum set.
Unity's fan base has grown extensively regionally and globally with the release of five albums, Liberation, In The Beginning, Revival, Oceania & Sunset 7 a collection of diverse original songs written by Katobalavu, centered on his roots as a native born Fijian. The album's release and unique cultural story of a Fijian making music in the Midwest have gained the band extensive media attention in the US, Europe, Fiji, Australia, Hawaii & New Zealand, as well as radio play for the new music.
Award Winning Original Roots, Rock, Reggae & World Beat band. Winner of 2008, 2010,2014 & 2018 WAMI Awards
The Burton Tyler Band
The Burton Tyler band brings southern country
Debuting in 2012, Brass Differential is Green Bay's premier party band. The group's live show features diverse setlists presented in a high energy style sure to please the most casual or sophisticated music fan.
Brass Differential's sound is steeped in the New Orleans tradition and features a spicy gumbo of musical styles, including jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul, and hip-hop, among others. What sets Brass Differential apart, however, is its unique horn-centered sound, anchored in the low end by the sousaphone. The group's live experience promises to please with blistering, abundant solos and prolific attitude.
Arvon is a 5-piece classic rock/ folk band from Michigan's western Upper Peninsula that plays a unique variety of songs spanning many decades. They have pleased crowds the past several years with their distinctive sound featuring multiple vocalists, banjo, three guitars, mandolin and a cajon box drum-inspired percussion.
Forrest Pike is a Nashville Recording Artist who specializes in keeping the Country in Country Music. Forrest started playing guitar and singing in front of audiences at the young age of 8 yrs old. His early influences include Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Tennessee Ernie Ford, and Chris Ledoux. His musical tastes moved towards classic rock in his teens, to include The Animals, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Fleetwood Mac, The Moody Blues, Bob Seger, The Allman Bros. and The Marshall Tucker Band. Forrest credits his success in the music world to his wide variety of musical influences. In High School, Forrest auditioned for, and earned the position of “Lead Drummer” for his high school jazz band. Forrest is an accomplished percussionist and has won awards such as the Louis Armstrong Jazz Artist Award, and several state level Class A music competitions placing first in the state. In keeping with his passion for music, Forrest continued to play in Country and Classic Rock bands for several years after school.
Forrest married the love of his life 20 years ago, and together raised four sons. Forrest and Lisa share a special bond in their relationship working side by side with each other since their relationship began. Lisa also sings backup vocals in their current band and continues her passion for hunting, fishing, and Barrel Racing. Forrest has had the opportunity to open for many mainstream country artists all over the country and is now touring and headlining acts both as a solo artist as well as with his band. Listen to his single "Thunder and the Rain" everywhere!