Retro Boogie plays everything from way back when to top 40 including pop, rock, R&B, disco, soul, rock & roll and everything in between! This 6-piece high energy group will have you stomping your feet and grooving to the beat with the vocal talents of sisters (yep, real sisters) Roz Moore & Bev Boyd. These sisters even let the guys in the back sing, too! Your musical ride will be funky-fabulous with choreographic moves, plenty of laughs, and ohhhh those harmonies! RETRO BOOGIE promises to deliver an enjoyable non-stop musical experience for both young and old!
Friday, July 9th McLovin 7pm
With an all-star cast stemming from bands such as Dr. Zhivegas, Brookroyal, Mixed Image and more; McLovin is St. Louis' Premier - Rock Poppin', Country Rappin', Soul Funkin' groove machine that keeps the dance floor shakin' all night long! Regularly playing the top venues in St. Louis and with over 50 years of combined experience in the industry, McLovin will play a variety of hits spanning from the ’50s all the way to the top hits of today!
August 13th That 80's Band 7pm
Rubik’s Cubes, Pac-Man, skinny ties and leg warmers—That 80s Band brings back the sound of the 80s Pop/Rock/New-Wave era. The experienced line-up has the capabilities (and gnarly wardrobe) to cover the most popular (Madonna, Rick Springfield) to the nostalgic one-hit wonders (Aha, Tommy Tutone). So, dig out your parachute pants, fingerless gloves, jackets with lots of zippers, practice your moonwalk, and check out this band…They’re like, totally tubular!
Saturday, September 10th Bitter Pill 7pm
Bitter Pill is an established St. Louis based cover band that has been playing live with the same line up since late 2005. The band’s extensive playlist boasts crowd-pleasing hits that span from 70’s classic rock to current rock and alternative radio hits. The sets consist of carefully selected danceable rock-n -roll tunes crafted over many years of live performances. The band delivers a high-energy show with a focus on musicianship and a relentless desire to leave a smile on every face in the crowd.