Entertainment Lineup

John Bartus solo acoustic

Saturday  10:00 am  

  •  Celebrating his 33rd year of playing music in the Florida Keys, Marathon Council Member and former Mayor kicks off this year’s festival with versions of songs from his Keys Disease and Live From the Florida Keys CDs along with new originals and acoustic classics including Pink Floyd.

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Tim Dee & Jim Hill Band

Saturday 11:30 am  

  • This Trop-Rock duo, Tim Dee (guitar and vocals) and Jim Hill (percussion and vocals) are heavily influenced by the likes of Jimmy Buffett, Bob Marley, and local favorites.  They have been perfecting their Florida Keys song writing and have pleased crowds for the last 4 years from Key Largo to Key West.  They also showcase their harmonie...

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I-Land Vibe

Saturday 1:00 pm    

  • There are many bands in S Florida that claim to be Reggae bands, because of the popularity of the Jamaican music form, the large Caribbean population in South Florida's and the proximity to the Caribbean, but the members of I-Land Vibe prefers to think of the group as a Caribbean band since reggae is not the only music from in the ...

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Igor & The Red Elvises

Saturday  3:00 pm    

  • They are your favorite band! In 1995, Igor dreamed that Elvis Presley came to him and told him to start playing rock and roll. Evolving over the years, Igor’s music has been labeled “Siberian Surf Rock” which contains humorous lyrics and grooves that forces his audience to dance. The Red Elvises have constantly toured all o...

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Jade Storm

Saturday 5:00 pm  

  • Led by singer/songwriters John Bartus and Adrienne Z, and rounded out with drummer Glenn Faast, bassist Rob Garza, and guitarist Steven Miller, Jade Storm brings quite a variety of classic rock as well as John and Adrienne’s original songs from their CDs. Expect anything from quiet acoustic numbers to all-out rockers!

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The Regs

Saturday 7:00 pm

  • Modern Rock, Alternative Rock, Classic/Heavy Rock – simply put, the Regs rock! The Regs’ new lineup is beginning to click and make some great music. Newcomers Miguel Gonzales on bass and Kenny Wendland on drums join veterans Scotty Migone on guitar and Little John on vocals. Both new members can sing, too!

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Terry Cassidy & Gary Hempsey

Sunday 11:00 am  

  • Singer/songwriter Terry made his way to Key West for a vacation in 1979 and never left. He helped form the Key Lime Pie Band, and the rest is history! Bluegrass and country influences power Terry’s command of guitar and banjo, and he will perform with Gary Hempsey, also an accomplished songwriter, recording artist, and bandleader
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The Stone Crabs

Sunday 12:30 pm  

  • Recently voted Best Band in the Best of Marathon contest, the Stone Crabs are a perfect Sunday festival band. Ken Fairbrother, Mike Corvette, Luke Ptomey, and special guest guitarist Myles Mancuso join forces to combine into one cool groove! You’ll dance to their various influences of reggae, rock, folk, blues, hip-hop, and more! It’s an ...

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Samantha Russell

Sunday at 2:00pm

  • National recording artist Samantha has opened for various country acts such as BlackHawk, Travis Tritt, Sammy Kershaw, the Marshall Tucker Band, Chicago, and more. Her single “You Should Go” climbed all the way to #37 on the Adult Contemporary Top 40 charts. Samantha was voted the #1 Top Live Country Band in South Florida!

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Maggie Baugh

Sunday 4:00 pm

  • Multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Maggie Baugh is a young, South Florida-based county music sensation!  At 16 years old, she has a publishing deal, and is a Nashville Recording artist, guitarist, and dynamic fiddle player.   Maggie Baugh has played fiddle onstage with Neal McCoy and got to play “Devil Went Down to Georgia” with the Char...

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