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Main Stage Sponsors


(Town Square "Squrikle")

TIME:  1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
LOCATION: Distelfink stage in Squirkle

Whether you are planning a one-time event or a weekly show at your bar/ club, you'll love Heather Colette!!  Heather not only offers karaoke, but dj services as well.  Her system offers professional grade sound and her library is completely digitial, which allows for quicker rotations.

Heather is located in Frederick, MD and has played all over Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia and DC.

Heather started DJing and doing Karaoke in 2003 and can DJ anything from rock, country, hip-hop, techno, house and high energy top 40. She is a graduate of American Broadcasting School.  Music is Heather's passion and it shows in every show and party she does!

TIME:  10:00 am - National Anthem

11:00 am - 11:40 am

LOCATION: Main Stage

Jeyhan is a 17-year-old Pop/R&B/Soul singer/songwriter. Jeyhan’s strong and versatile voice has drawn comparisons to those of John Legend, Sam Smith, and Zayn Malik. After gaining more confidence from consistent performing at various venues, Jeyhan came to write and record his first single, “Own It,” in 2015 and his second single, “Whatever It Takes,” in 2016. He is currently working on his EP that is expected to be released this upcoming Fall.

 Distelfink Stage Sponsor


TIME:  11:00 am - 12:30 pm

LOCATION: Distelfink stage in Squirkle


Instructor Frank Keim of  Loudoun Music

The Immortals is a band of advanced music theory students from Loudoun Music Instruction, formed in 2005. They are the product of hours upon years of practice!

The Immortals play Roots Rock n Roll, Blues, Roots R&B, Jazz, Rock and Pop. They gathered most of their musical knowledge from the best music school in VA...LMI!  Some of their gigs have been at places like The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Six Flags, Belmont Youth Fest, Brambleton Youth Fest, Purcellville Skating Rink, Franklin Park Performing Arts Center, Purcellville Coffee Shops, Lovettsvlle Pizza and Subs. and of course, their basement!

TIME:  1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

LOCATION: Main Stage
Hungry on Monday

Alternative Rock Band, Hungry on Monday is best known for catchy alt-rock/pop tunes.   Three of the four western Loudoun rockers are alumni of the well-known Immortals band—a revolving group of top students at Lovettsville’s Loudoun Music Instruction. Guitarist and Woodgrove High School grad Aidan Bruecken, bassist and Woodgrove senior Michael Preston and drummer Nathan Dahlman, a junior at Loudoun Valley High School, connected during their Immortals days but were missing a lead singer. That’s where Noah Poncin, a Loudoun Valley classmate of Dahlman’s—known for his personable style and vocal chops—came in.  The band got its start in 2015 but has been ramping things up with a focus on writing and recording original material.


(Town Green Pavilion)

TIME:  4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

LOCATION: Main Stage
The Low Low Chariot

Featuring Singer-Songwriter, JD Sutphin

The Low Low Chariot seamlessly mix country melodies with a rock n' roll attitude and you've found a band you won't soon forget.

When fate, family and music become one, you find the Low Low Chariot.

Singer-songwriter JD Sutphin toured for years with his rock outfit, Madrone, gaining thousands of fans and even radio support. But even with their success, his maternal grandmother told him repeatedly "Country music is gonna find you." And one fateful Christmas it did, in a decades old stack of songs unearthed by his family, written by his own grandfather who died on July 4th, 1974, before he could record them.

He formed a band with seasoned players and named it Low Low Chariot, after his grandfather's single "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".

Now performing live, releasing their first recordings and gaining die-hard fans daily; the Low Low Chariot is ready to continue their story and honor that fate and family that created them.