Meadow Festival Stage Entertainment
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Sunday, September 22, 2013
Mirabeau Point Park
13500 E. Mirabeau Parkway, Spokane Valley
Here were the great performers from 2012.
Saturday, September 22, 2012
10:30 a.m. Inland Northwest Dance Association
A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art of dance and developing broader community support, recognition and interest in dance in the Inland Northwest.
12:30 p.m. Garrett Bartley Band
Made up of four different backgrounds of music and style with a rooted country feel. With a rocking lead guitar, complimented by some punchy drums, classic baselines with an extra helping of good ol’ fashioned three part harmonies. The Garrett Bartley Band’s, original sound will leave you hungry for more every time.
2:30 p.m. - Men in the Making
Consists of four band members who take turns dressing up like our favorite musical characters from the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. They belt out impressive cover songs that most of us grew up on and loved. From the Everly Brothers to the Rolling Stones, from Roy Orbison to the B-52s, Buddy Holly to Johnny Cash, they put on one “pulse checking” show.
4:30 p.m. - The Nicole Lewis Band
Full of talented players and poetic ideas. With the best musicians and award-winning vocals, their music speaks with soulful rhythm and country flavor. Nicole brings a new approach to pop-country, and the band brings it on home. Find Nicole on Facebook by clicking here.
Sunday, September 23, 2012
10 a.m. - Barry Lee White
Born and raised in Spokane Valley, and began playing the Pacific Northwest’s venues and events with his band “Moonshine” in 1990. In early 1996, he was signed to Curb Records in Nashville, Tennessee, as a staff songwriter, and during his eight years there, Barry was also signed as a country recording artist by Square One Records International. Barry now splits his time between family in Spokane Valley, his many shows and media interviews, the road, song writing, and recording in Nashville.
12 p.m. - Steven Fazakerley
Steven is a singer-songwriter that was born and raised in the Northwest. Currently he resides in Spokane Washington, with his wife Sarah and son Gibson. Steven is currently on staff at a church called ONE* as a creative arts director leading worship and mentoring other artists. In 2012 he is launching a new solo artist album.
1 p.m. - Yellow Dog & The Jubilation Singers
Comprised of several former members of the Spokane areas old school rock bands, this band goes for the 60’s protest rock, flip to the B sides, and the album songs from the late night FM of the early 70’s. They’ve joined forces with Elisha Mitchell and friends to back them up thus bringing soul infusion to their unexpected Classic rock.
2:30 p.m. An Dochas
This program is supported in part by Washington State Arts Commission. An Dochas, Gaelic for “The Hope”, captivates audiences of all ages with their lively interpretation of traditional Irish music. The band members’ individual cultural and musical backgrounds culminate in a sound that is as dynamic as it is poignant. With a foundation of authentic instrumentation and moving vocals audiences are inspired as they hear the music of An Dochas.