PYPE is hard rock. With an entire arsenal of Led Zeppelin songs in their satchel PYPE gives an energy sapping show playing some of the greatest rock epics of all time. ‘Dazed and Confused’, ‘Whole Lotta Love’, ‘Ramble On’, ‘Heartbreaker’, ‘Good Times Bad Times’ just to name a few. Focusing on the roots and inspiration of Led Zeppelin’s core material PYPE grabs that energy and brings it on home to you.
Even as musicians come & go Marshall Star has not lost any talent or integrity. Continuing a two decade
long tradition of great music. Marshall Star’s originals, classic/current country and variety music
IV Play (4 Play for all you 3rd grade dropouts) introduced itself to the music scene in 1999. Playing anything from the Village People to Pantera, this premier rock band will have you on the dance floor in no time!
Based out of Mankato, Minnesota, you may have seen the name playing most of their dates in the upper mid-west, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and South Dakota. IV Play can take you from the arena rock and hair metal of the 80′s, to the down and dirty grunge rock of the 90′s, to the hot pop dance hits of today! Oh yeah, and everywhere in-between! IV Play hopes you enjoy the show and looks forward to seeing you at a gig soon!!!
Candy Shop is the Twin Cities newest and wildest party band, performing all your favorite dance hits from the 70′s to today!
Combining all the choreography, costumes, and visual elements you can imagine, Heather, Jereye, and Nina pack the dancefloor with music from Usher, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Ludacris, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Rihanna, Jay Z, Pink, 50 Cent, Lady Gaga and many more.
Since their inception in 2009, Lost Highway has proven themselves to be one of the Upper Midwest region’s top country bands. From opening shows for national acts such as Hank Williams Jr., Clay Walker, and Josh Thompson, to playing outdoor festivals, or playing to capacity crowds in the hottest venues in the area, Lost Highway’s commitment to Country Music and electrifying crowds is evident every time they hit the stage.