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Music

The Mainstage
 Thursday, June 2
7:00-9:00pm Jammin' Jan & The Gratidudes
 Friday, June 3
7:30-10:30pm Rock Gods
Saturday, June 4
7:30-8:45pm Tate Stevens
9:00-10:30pm Jason Pritchett 
 The Bandstand
 Friday, June 3
7:00-10:00pm Noe Palma
 Saturday, June 4
 11:30-12:00pm Nallia School of Dance
 1:00-2:00pm Brad Allen Trio
 2:30-3:30pm A.J. Gaither
 5:00-6:00pm Tre Mutava
 7:00-10:00pm K.C. Aces 
 Roving TBD
 Sunday, June 5
 2:00-4:30pm The Crayons
 4:30-5:30pm Shawnee Concert Band


Jason Pritchett

Jason Pritchett6 time top 40 Nashville Recording Artist, Paisley Productions is proud to present Jason Pritchett. From touring with Thomas Rhett, Randy Houser, LoCash, and many more, Jason is sure to set your stage on fire and entertain you like no other. Lookout for the concert of your life with Jason Pritchett



Tate Stevens

Tate StevensFrom Belton, Missouri, Tate is a country music artist who won the second season of The X Factor in 2012, securing a $5 million recording contract with Syco Music and RCA Records Nashville.

Rock Gods
The Rock Gods are a Tribute to Rock and Roll's Most Iconic Stars! With a one of a kind show, the Rock Gods provide an authentic salute to Rock and Roll's most legendary acts including Van Halen, Def Leppard, Guns N' Roses, Bon Jovi, Ozzy, Kiss, AC/DC, Alice Cooper, Motley Crue, Poison and many more.
Noe Palma

Noe Palma, a Kansas City native, is bringing a fresh voice to country music stages across the nation. .

K.C. Aces

The KC Aces band - righteous roots rock, blues and soul - smooth, sweet and chunky, like KC Bar-B-Que. Have a plate!

Jammin' Jan and the Gratidudes

Jammin Jan and the Gratidudes is a new band composed of experienced musicians who feel grateful to have the opportunity to bring the joy of music to others. This band plays a variety of music genres as well as original material. The band consists of trumpet, sax, keyboard, guitar, bass and drums. 

The Crayons

Still very good friends after 25 years, The Crayons original members decided to reform and bring back the songs, the sound and excitement that was so contagious to all. Vocal harmonies are now tighter than ever and the authentic sounds are clearer and crisper then before..

Brad Allen Trio

Along with performing in Kansas City area jazz clubs, Allen is quickly building an international audience online through the use of social media. Brad creates performance videos, many of which show him playing all the instruments himself. “I started playing piano as a child,” says Allen. “I also spent years studying and playing the drums. I took voice lessons along the way and taught myself to play the guitar. And through the pandemic I’ve had lots of extra time on my hands. So along with writing songs I’ve been able to further develop things like my piano playing.”    .

A.J. Gaither

Everything is better when it’s home-made. And it don’t get more down home or DIY than AJ Gaither. From the building of the instruments to the writing of the songs and making of the albums, everything about this “one man junk band” is lo-tech and hands on.

The sound is cold lonely bars and old empty barns, highways and heartaches. From raging high octane foot stompin’ brag songs to slow and soulful songs about struggle and being homesick, every bit of it is drenched in whiskey and hard living.

The instruments are old cigar boxes and scrap lumber, spare bolts and wood screws. Each is one unique in tone and appearance. A large feed bucket and a wooden mallet provide the kick drum, accompanied by a junk snare drum rigged to be played by foot. All built by the same hands that play them..

Tre Mutava

Tre’ Mutava is a Kansas-based 20-year-old musical artist who released his debut album “The Movies” in July of 2021.

Shawnee Concert Band

This band consists of over 100 volunteer members of all ages.  They perform 6 or 7 concerts a year