5:00 – 5:45  The Wizzard of the West Mysterioso (Main Stage)

5:45 – 6:15  Little Buckaroo & Buckarette Contest (Main Stage)

6:30  – 7:00 pm Avondale Police Dept. K9 Demonstration (Sernas Plaza – Next to Sam Garcia Library)

6:30 – 8:00 Halocene (Main Stage)

Halocene 2016

This national touring band has opened for Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Jimmy Eat World, Magic!, Flogging Molly, and more!  They have been featured in festivals alongside Paramore, Usher and Motley Crue, and have performed at Warped Tour, Summerfest, CMJ, Fall Frenzy, SXSW, & NAMM.

This female fronted Phoenix, AZ based rock band regularly co-headlines the Epic Proportions Tour every year, providing music across country from California to New York for high schools, colleges, and military bases.

Halocene has a growing 1.5+ million views, tens of thousands of social media followers, and a side channel, “Health4Thought” with over 6 million views and 45,000 subscribers.


10 am – 11:30 am Billy Moore Days Parade (Western Avenue Litchfield Rd. to 5th Street)

11:30 AM – 12:30pm    AZ Dynasty Cheer & Dance (Main Stage)

12:00 pm: Yee Haw Hollerin’ Contest (Sernas Plaza – Next to Sam Garcia Library)

12:30 pm: Dr. Buck’s Wild West Show (Gunfight, Magic & Lee and Concho (Sernas Plaza – Next to Sam Garcia Library)

12:45 pm – 1:30 pm  Kimberly Pearl from Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Foundation (Main Stage)

Kimberly Pearl

Kimberly Pearl is an 18 year old singer-songwriter from Mesa, Az. Born in Scottsdale, her love of music started at the age of 8 and she has been singing ever since.

Her music style is inspired by artists such as Elton John and John Mayer as well as different genres including indie and folk.

Her goal for her career and music is to be a role model and to create a platform that brings people together and inspires them.

She hopes that one day her music can encourage people to follow their dreams.

1:30 pm Winners of the Billy Moore Parade will be announced (Main Stage)

1:45 pm – 2:15 pm The Wizzard of the West Mysterioso (Main Stage)

2:30 pm – 3:15pm One Summer from Alice Cooper Solid Rock Foundation (Main Stage)

image1One Summer is a music duo from Gilbert, Arizona. Brought together by an open mic and a passion for music, the two have been together a little over a year now, developing a very unique sound for themselves.

While Erick writes the guitar, Janae writes the lyrics, and together they produce and mix the songs in Erick’s home recording studio. This couple balances each other out in all the right areas.

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Ballet Folklorico Esperanza (Main Stage)

3:00 pm: Dr. Buck’s Wild West Show (Gunfight, Magic & Lee and Concho (Sernas Plaza – Next to Sam Garcia Library)

4:45 pm – 5:30 pm 3Nations (Main Stage)

5:45 pm – 6:30 pm  All That Jazz – Line Dancing Instruction (Main Stage)

5:30 pm: Dr. Buck’s Wild West Show (Gunfight, Magic & Lee and Concho (Sernas Plaza – Next to Sam Garcia Library)

6:45 pm – 8:15 pm Str8Up (Main Stage)Str8up

25 Years of Str8Up Success:  If you live in Arizona and have not experienced a Str8 Up band performance, we can’t help but wonder if you really live in Arizona! For the past 25 years (Yes, TWENTY-FIVE!), Str8 Up has been entertaining party-going, music-loving audiences all over the valley and beyond, and they don’t seem ready to stop any time soon. Whether at a casino, a wedding, a club, a backyard birthday or a charity fundraiser, the music of the Str8Up band has served as a soundtrack for every occasion imaginable. 

7:30 pm: Dr. Buck’s Wild West Show (Gunfight, Magic & Lee and Concho (Sernas Plaza – Next to Sam Garcia Library)

8:15 pm – 8:30 pm Avondale Birthday Presentation with Mayor Ken Weise (Main Stage)

8:30 pm – 10:00 pm Sugar Thieves (Main Stage)

The Sugar Thieves have been winning fans over world wide with their high energy, soulful live shows since 2006. Over the years they have honed there brand of American roots music, creating a sound that is all their own. Moving between blues, country, folk, gospel, rock and roll, and elements of jazz, freely they honor the tradition that makes American music so great. From smokey dive bars, to big festival stages, this band has what it takes to move the people.

The Sugar Thieves call Phoenix Arizona home, but over the past eight years they have made their presence known all over the US, Mexico, and Europe. The Sugar Thieves have shared a bill with the likes of Taj Mahal, B.B. King, Willie Nelson, The Flaming Lips, The Blues Brothers, Lucinda Williams, Robert Cray, and more. They’ve recorded and produced five albums, each containing a variety of original music, and old songs reinvented. Their rendition of “Santa Baby” was featured on Putamayo’s Acoustic Christmas Album in 2013. The band is now gearing up for their third tour in Europe this July 2016. The Sugar Thieves are unsigned, and have accomplished all of this as independent artists.