The 11th Year of Music Fighting Cancer

with special guests:
Jamie Fontaine and The Level
Seven Cities Dead
Driving Reign
Shield the Survivors

Comedian host Krains Butter

$20 in advance or $30 at the door


The pre-sale will sell out!

21+ Show unless accompanied by parent

Proceeds from profit donated to a local family fighting cancer.

Presented by HEADSTONE, Grave Marker Music and Stryker Records

Sponsored by:
Action Auto Service
Liquid Death Mountain Water
Steven Vertz – Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group

Stryker Records and Grave Marker Music presents:
From Nashville, Country Grammy Nominee and Top 40 Country artist Rick Monroe will be giving an electrifying performance at Gibson Music Hall in downtown Appleton on Saturday, October 5th.
If you are a fan of country music this is an event you don’t want to miss. A taste of old school Nashville Country and a hint of dirty Southern Rock. This show will be one hell of a foot stomper!
-This show is only $10.
-Tickets available online.


Johnny T-Bird and the MPs are beyond thrilled to be returning to Appleton’s ultimate live music venue, Gibson Music Hall! It all takes place Saturday September 21st! We hope to see you at GMH!


River Valley Rangers are making their debut at Gibson Music Hall in Appleton, WI on Saturday 9/14! Come on out for a night of high-energy bluegrass/newgrass and good times!

$10 at the door only
doors @ 7 / show @ 8

The Furious Bongos are a Zappa project featuring musicians who have played alongside heavyweights like Yo Yo Ma, Mick Fleetwood, and Les Paul.

This isn’t strictly a “tribute” band – doing a note-for-note rendition of Song X from Album Y while staring at their shoes didn’t seem like the proper way to go about it. The result is a show that pays respect to Zappa’s legacy but is still new and different and dangerous, with lots of eyebrows.

Kinda like Frank.

$10 at the door. Doors 7pm. First come, first serve!

E.N Young and his band, Imperial Sound, will be performing live reggae music at Gibson Music Hall in Appleton, Wisconsin! With special guest act, Luma Knotty, playing ska/rock to start the night!

Join us on Saturday, July 20th, as The Accords host Of The Orchard for a homecoming show of original music from young, Fox Valley natives returning to their roots! The Minneapolis based band, Of The Orchard, is fronted by Little Chute’s Ben Vanden Boogaard, while The Accords are made up of current college students Adam Drees, Will Cole, Sam Knott, Jack Coughlin, Bret Skenandore, and Graham Tougas who all grew up in Kaukauna. Don’t miss this rare chance to see both of these rising bands back to perform in Appleton!

$5 Cover – Ages 21+

8:00pm – The Accords
9:40pm – Of The Orchard

* The Accords *

The Accords released their first EP “Paper Rhymes” in 2018, they have since worked with Grammy-Award winning producer Gavin Lurssen, on their two most recent singles “Vega’s Sun” and “Feels Like”.

This Wisconsin band has performed at many venues across the Midwest, including Summerfest.

The bands jam-based improvisations make for a memorable musical experience.
They have a unique blend of voices that enhance their sound, which is reminiscent of Southern California rock.

* Of The Orchard *

Of The Orchard was founded upon the roots of singer/songwriter, Ben Vanden Boogaard, and his desire to expand out from performing as a solo artist to being surrounded by a full band. In the winter of 2017, Ben recruited Lewis Wethall (drums), Alec Thicke (bass/backing vocals), and Zach Ward (guitar) to embark with him on a project called “10 in 10” where the four of them would record, film, and release a new single, accompanied by a music video, every month for 10 months between March 2017 – December 2017.

After several months of playing together and many enjoyable social outings later, the four guys began brainstorming a way for everyone to be included in the band name, as the project was originally started under Ben’s solo project, Ben Vanden Boogaard. A few evenings were spent brainstorming names which, needless to say, ended in failure as some of the “favorites” were: Benny and the Windmills, Daddy Tops, and Blood Kitten. Eventually, Of The Orchard emerged as the favorite, coming from the English translation of Ben’s last name: Vanden Boogaard.

Their unique sound combines each of the band members’ varied musical backgrounds including acoustic singer/songwriters, blues rock, and punk rock into one cohesive sound. As a result, Of The Orchard sounds like a love-child between John Mayer and Third Eye Blind, giving listeners thoughtful lyricism surrounded by melodious indie-rock.

Saturday, July 6th
General Admission | 21+
Showtime 8PM
$8 in advance | $10 at the door (no ticket fees)

Get your ticket now by clicking the ticket link right here:

After the release of their first two EPs, Ephrem Pts. 1 & 2, Nick Anderson & The Skinny Lovers (NASL) partnered with Tinderbox Music in Minneapolis, MN. Their first radio promo landed them a number 1 chart position in Florida, and a number 8 position in North Carolina.

With the newly found radio audience, these songs and their deep emotional context made them a perfect fit for TV Networks like MTV, E!TV, NETFLIX. These networks, along with 10+ more, licensed NASL’s debut EPs.
These licenses opened many doors and ears of industry professionals. Phil Ehart of KANSAS even called NASL’s song 24 ‘The Anthem of a Generation.’ and the band secured an opening spot with former BoDeans frontman Sam Llanas. In 2018 NASL hit the road to play Red Gorilla Music Festival in Austin, TX during SXSW. They sold out prominent live music venue Handlebar. Later that year, they played Summerfest’s Emerging Artist Series which boasts alumni such as WALK THE MOON, Maren Morris, and X Ambassadors.
Nick Anderson & The Skinny Lovers released their debut full length album Ephrem (Pts. 1-3) to a sold out hometown crowd in 2019. As the shows get bigger, and the fans get more attached, this band shows no signs of slowing down.