The Entertainment District is located between Dale and Victoria.
Festival Gardens are 21+
- Features 6 festival beer gardens with a variety of performers & alcoholic beverages for sale.
- See event guide map for performances at each stage.
- Stages are located at Dixie’s, Pier 1, Walgreens, Red Rabbit, Billy’s and US Bank.
- Performance times are Noon–7pm.
- Wristbands are available at booths near the entrance to festival gardens for $10.00 to those 21 and over with a valid ID.
- Anyone under the age of 21 (including children) are not allowed to enter the beer gardens. This was a decision made by the Grand Avenue Business Association and the City of St. Paul to ensure safety for everyone.
- Wristband is required for festival garden entrance.
- One wristband will gain you admittance into every garden.
- After 7 p.m. wristbands will no longer be sold and restaurants are to resume their own carding if necessary. Last call is at 6:45PM
- Outdoor liquor/beer sales and music end at 5PM in US Bank, Pier I and Walgreens festival gardens.
- Dixie’s, Red Rabbit and Billy’s will operate until 7 PM
Listening to live music and entertainment on six unique stages is the best way to bring in summer in the Twin Cities!
Pier 1 Lot
Cayman Jack Interactive + House Music DJ
Arguably the most refreshing margarita in the world, made with 100% blue agave nectar, pure cane sugar, and natural lime juice. Premium Malt Beverage. Good things come to those who wait. Don’t drink until you are 21.®
US Bank Stage
Noon F1rst Wrestlers
F1RST Wrestling, the minds behind the wildly popular event Wrestlepalooza, are bringing their brand of chair swinging, body-slamming, fun-filled action where masked heroic wrestlers, in character-driver style, flip and fly, to amaze and entertain.
2pm Boogie Wonderland
The original Boogie Wonderland is one of the most well-known, Top Live Performance shows in the Midwest and the Nation for over 20 years and counting. Their performance incorporates various styles of dance music using the Disco Hits of the 70’s, 80’s and current radio hits.
KOOL 108 Stage @ Billy’s
1pm Arc Flash Hazzard
3pm Brat Pack Radio
Arc Flash Hazzard
Electro-Soul Rock w/ Jeff Crandall, Nick Roskam, Donny Brummer
Brat Pack Radio
For 14 years and running now, Minnesota-based Brat Pack Radio has been performing far and wide across the globe. From Midwestern venues & festivals near home, to the Russian coast, private shows all over Europe and 1,001 points in between, they continue to turn heads with a polished, high-energy, non-stop Supershow that can only be described as seriously fun.
Established over 30 years ago, Westside continues to tour regionally and nationally. This band LIVES for LIVE performance. Westside’s inspired covers and originals from the 70’s to current hits encourage audience participation in the show. These R&B / Rockers are 1985 Star Search Winners and 2010 Mid-America Music Hall of Fame inductees.
Cities 97 Stage @ Dixie’s
1:15pm Boom Boom Stevie & the Knockouts
2:40pm Church of Cash – Johnny Cash Tribute
4:15pm Viva Knievel
Born into this world from gas station cassette tape collecting semi-truck drivers, Alex “Crankshaft” Larson was introduced to a wide variety of music as a pup. They’ve been compared to an unusual list of acts, including Bob Mold, Johnny Cash, The Black Keys, The Band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Strokes, and even Jon Spencer.
Boom Boom Stevie & the Knockouts
Steve V and The Knockouts serve up high-energy, post-war Chicago blues, Memphis-soul, and West-coast swing with the kind of polished, professional show that has become a lost art in today’s “blues” scene. Boom Boom Steve is a 2016 inductee to the Minnesota Blues Hall of Fame, and for good reason! If you like Blues done right, do yourself a favor and check ’em out!
Church of Cash – Johnny Cash Tribute
Whether you are an ‘ol timer that grew up listening to Mr. Cash in your tractor or a young soldier driving your tank across the deserts of the Middle East with the Man in Black in your headphones, the Church of Cash will bring his music, with style and energy to fans everywhere.
Viva Knievel is a cover band that defies gravity. With no fear of broken bones or loss of limb, we take the stage and attempt feats that seem impossible. Viva Knievel boasts chaotic stage shows, salute-inducing patriotism, face-melting guitar solos and earth-rumbling renditions of all your favorite songs that other bands are too afraid to play.
KFAN Stage @ Red Rabbit
Noon White Iron Band
4pm Tim Sigler
White Iron Band
Foot Stompin’, Honky Tonkin’, Good Ol’ American Music. the White Iron Band embodies the triumphs and struggles of the everyday man. Their songs carry a tinge of the old cowboy legends canonized by the Highwaymen, with stories ranging from tales of love, pain, jail, work and whiskey.
With nearly 200 shows per year and the largest country/rock song list in the region, Tim Sigler has quickly become a crowd favorite with country fans throughout the upper Midwest. Whether it’s Eric Church, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Kenny Chesney, Johnny Cash, or some good ol’ rock ‘n roll – Tim Sigler plays all of your favorite hits, both new and old alike!