Spend the weekend at Last Name Brewing and party like it's 1969!
We're celebrating with live music, food trucks, activities for kids of ALL ages and, of course, beer.
Doors open at noon both days. Parking is free.
Who's playing? Glad you asked:
Saturday, August 17 from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm:
Flowerpot - The Country Squires - Medicine Music Collective - Pride of Cucamonga - Groove Session
Sunday, August 18 from 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm:
James Donaldson - Jonny Come Lately - Jerry & Friends
What else is going on? Well, we'll tell you:
You can tie-dye your own Last Name Brewing t-shirt, or make a masterpiece with chalk artist Gus Moran, enjoy a Sno-Cone, or take your chances at the dunk tank. Doors open at Noon and live music starts at 2:00 pm on both days.
Hi everybody, this is Andy Dale and I have an important message about the Last Name Music Festival. Don't worry, it's all good news!
When we first announced a $12 entry ($15 at the door), we felt it was a really good deal for a day of entertainment and activities. But then the real world caught up with us. Many people want to stop by, see a couple bands, have a beer with friends, and then leave. Suddenly, $15 felt a bit like a burden. We considered lowering the cost, but soon realized that the feel-good-vibe price is $0. So, just like Woodstock in 1969 became a free event for a few hundred thousand people on a dairy farm in Bethel, the Last Name Music Festival is now a free event for a few hundred people in our corner of the IE.
A few housekeeping notes:
We are looking forward to great weekend of music and fun. I hope to see you there!