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the area’s best and longest running - 10 yearsand going strong! Join the area’s best karaoke singers and the lake’s best!!
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
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Come meet your riends and party. Bands rom all over the U.S.perorm rom 10pm-2am each Friday and Saturday all season. Check out our website: bemus-pointcasino.com or more inormation. $5 Cover or most bands. Must be 21 or most shows.
Dueling Pianos, adult comedy show,
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Friday, July 31st
New Wave Nation
International retro 80’s tribute band
Saturday, August 1st
Live acoustic classic & modern rock.
96th Highlanders Pipes andDrums parading from the
restation to the stage, where theDady Brothers - a Celtic andmerican folk performingduo - will MC the event andperform. The well known Irishmerican singer Andy Cooney,who plays a mix of Irish musicfrom traditional favorites tocontemporary songs, will oneagain be playing at the festival.The Rochez Irish Dancers andthe regionally based acousticCeltic folk band Ischabaha willperform as well.New this year is The TownPants, a Celtic folk rock bandfrom Vancouver, Canada.“We’re using traditional music,but giving it a backbeat,” saidAaron Chapman, one of the sixband members, “it’s rooted inCeltic original stuff but withinthat, we’re not afraid to addother cultures.” Besides thetraditional
ddles, tin whistles,and mandolin, the group hasalso incorporated the Australiandidgeridoo and African drumsinto their music. And of course,there’s the bass and drumsnecessary for that backbeat.“This music has somethingof an immediate appeal toit, a sense of enjoyment andentertainment,” Chapmansaid about the band’s style, “Alot of music and bands don’thave that, because they can beso introspective. This kind of music breaks that.”The band prides themselves’on a dynamic stage presence -reviewers toss around wordslike rambunctious and energetic- and they consider the audiencean “extra member of the band,”Chapman said.As far as what the groupwill be playing at the festival,Chapman said he knew they’dbe playing pieces from all of their
ve albums but besidesthat, it would depend on thecrowd.“No two shows are the same.I think I’ll be as surprised asanyone else,” he said. Musicand dance isn’t all the festivalhas to offer. Irish inspired foods,like corn beef sandwiches,will be served along witheveryone’s favorite Irish drinkof Guinness.For more information, visitwww.bemusbaypops.com
lms from prominent
lmfestival partners includingSilverdocs,Sundance, TorontoFilm Festival and the FallsburgInternational Women’s FilmFestival. ‘The 21
Centuryuseum’ works with museumsand exhibition designers topresent museum exhibitionsfeaturing cutting edge media
and technology. ‘Wiredfor the Future’ which willcollaborate with universityand professional technologyresearch labs such as CarnegieMellon University, Universityof South Florida’s DigitalWorlds and internationalexpo Visionarte to exploretechnology’s impact on the artsand society through expositionsand interactive workshopsleading to demonstration andperformance.FutureArts presentsintegrated performances intheatre, music, dance and
lm.Possible partners may includeCirque du Soleil, Hong KongArts Festival and InternationalArtist Exchange Performanceswith the Guthrie Theatre, theSundance Institute and theShaw Festival in Ontario.TheFestival Prelude will premierein September. For moreinformation contact Margaret Johnson email@example.com
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