Dancing Prairie Massage Therapy College is born!
The Awful Purdies open the entertainment at 2:00. They'll warm our hearts, bodies, souls and dancing feet before The Tanya English Band takes the stage and invites the blues to take hold of us...in a good way ♥ ♥
We'll have a big pot of chili (grass fed, free range beef and turkey), awesome salsa, some drinks and Ice. BYOB (booze, bread, beer...), and anything else you want to be sure is there.
Join us for the "Live at "The Crib" Summer Concert Series at Priairie Moon Winery in Ames! Their pizza oven will be hot and ready for tasty creations! Full pizza menus will be posted to our Facebook, Instagram (@prairiemoonwinery) and Snapchat (@prairiemoonames) pages every Thursday prior to a music Sunday.
FYI- Performance time is TBD
After a really great first run of the festival last year, East Grove Farms is doing it again and this time offering two evenings of great music, great food, and of course locally made mead, beer and wine. Tickets are just $10 for both nights, camping is just $10 more. We are gearing up to be the headliner on Friday night by working out an upbeat set of old and new songs. We also plan on camping and dancing with our friends and families (kid friendly) to so many talented acts including The Creek Rocks, Eric Pettit Lion, Flash in a Pan, Grass Fed Mule, Mercer and Johnson, River Kittens, Nella Thomas, Whiskey Friends, and more! Beautiful setting, really nice folks and great food and drink. Y’all should come!
We are pleased to be part of this lovely outdoor series featuring Iowa Artists throughout the summer. It promises to be one of those sweet early summer evenings in the iconic village of West Branch, just minutes from Iowa City. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and join us in the shady part of the lawn.
This is the exciting culmination to a year-long project funded by the Iowa Arts Council. AP members worked with the inter-generational (ages 4-80) to teach them how to conduct story circles with community members focused on their life experiences and then take what they gleaned from the stories told to create songs focusing on the meanings in nature, music, protest, pets and generational perspectives. The group has created an amazing and beautiful variety of songs that we will share with everyone who comes to this celebratory event. Stick around after to hear our banjo player with her band The Feralings starting at 2:30 pm.
A live presentation of touching essays, original music, and poetry will be performed by a dozen individuals living with―or loving someone with―a mental illness. The power of the human connection through the telling of personal experiences will grab hold of the audience for the show’s ninety minutes and beyond.