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Taste of Bloomington

 

 

 

The TASTE OF BLOOMINGTON will take place on Saturday, June 23rd from 3-11 p.m.

 

Come out to enjoy mouth watering food and thirst quenching drinks from local Bloomington vendors! Click on the logo above to purchase tickets in advance.

 

Need a little more convincing? There will be live music all night! See the line-up below.

 

 

MORTON ST. STAGE
 

Cody Ikerd & The Sidewinders

3:00-4:00p

Cody Ikerd debuted his first EP, Honest Man, in June 2017, and has been rocking the stage for over two years. Cody and his crew had the opportunity to open for The Kentucky Headhunters and Nashville’s Mark Collie. With influencers like Merle Haggard and Alan Jackson, Ikerd and the Sidewinders play traditional outlaw country music.

The Dynamics

4:30-5:30p

The Dynamics perform R&B, Funk, and Blues classics by such artist as Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, and Funkadelics. This eight piece band features a stong lead vocalist, three horns and a full rhythm section of bass, drums, keyboards and the guitar.

Jukebox Luke & The Juice Caboose

6:00-7:00p

This fresh bard plays amazing covers from artsits like Third Eye Blind. They have a great stage presence and will keep you moving to the music.

 

Hairbangers' Ball

7:30-9:00p

Not that long ago, bands like Poison, Guns N' Roses and Motely Crue were selling millions of records and playing sold-out arenas across the country. One tribute band as tapped in to the nsotalgic energy of the "Decade of Decadence" like no other. They're called Hairbangers' Ball, and the Crazy Train has left the station! Complete with the monster hair, tattoos, leopard print spandex, and all the make-up you can handle! As the name suggests, this is not just a band. It is a chronic party on maximum overdrive!!

Rod Tuffcurls & The Bench Press

9:30-11:00p

"Rod Tuffcurls & The Bench Press is like the cover band that's never seen a cover band." They combine excellent musicianship, bone-crushing 3-part vocal harmonies and a contagious stage energy that will keep you moving!

 

NORTH STAGE
 

Zion Crossroads

3:00-3:45p

 

Zion Crossroads Americana band with a healthy dose of psychedelia. Come jam with this band at the North Stage! 

 

 

Sheila Stephen

4:15-5:15p

 

A master of the stage, Sheila Stephen mesmerizes her audiencces with the skill of a professional and the ease of a natural. Having spent of of her life on stage, it's not surprising that's where she is at home. Sheila just keeps getting better. She says, "I feel more free on stage now than I ever have! It's not just about performing anymore. It's about feeling the music, letting it take over my mind, body and soul, and taking the crowd along for the ride. That's what it's about, being the music."

 

 

The Ragin' Texans

5:45-7:00p

 

Meet The Ragin' Texans - Jim Bracken and Gordon Bonham on guitars and vocals, Craig Brenner on keys and vocals, Brian Lappin on bass and vocals, and Tim Brookshire on drums. This rockin' band plays roots rock and blues, with some fine boogie woogie and New Orleans piano!

 

 

Fat Pockets

7:30-9:00p

 

Meet the Fat Pockets! Shai Marie on vocals, Stefan The Low End, Brian The Pocket, DNasty on the keys and beats, Mike B on guitar. This young, fresh band will have you dancing to their music!

 

 

Reece Phillips

9:30-11:00p

Reece Phillips was born and raised in Bloomington, Indiana. From the age of 9, he always had a passion for playing the guitar. As he got older, music took a back seat to sports, playing Division I college baseball, but it didn't take long to realize that music was something he wanted to pursue for the rest of his life. Looking into the future, Reece is hoping to grow as a musician and songwriter, and hopes to continue sharing music with people for a long time.

 

 


 

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