Countless Music Experiences Click on the day in each area to see the schedule for that area
Stage II is located in the center of the Fine Art and Craft Show – an ideal location for Festival-goers to shop AND listen to great music. Stage II features many of the same performers who play on the Eric Stein Stage, but in a more intimate, relaxed setting, allowing them to connect closely with audiences. Look for special performances that only happen on Stage II.
Music, dancing, puppets, interactive songs, imagination, laughter, curiosity, and science all come together under one tent, designed specifically for the young and young at heart.
Experience spontaneous Festival excitement off-stage and all through the park as the Festival’s roving entertainers’ pop-up in the most unexpected places! Is that a walking hedge? A clown blowing bubbles on stilts? Juggling unicyclists? Walking balloon sculptures? Freestyle hip-hop artists on a wagon? Yes – all of the above!
Friday, September 3
7:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. at Tony’s Pizza Events Center
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Sounds from around the globe delight listeners, with international folk, rock, American roots music, blues, jazz, and reggae. Nationally touring artists and seasoned regional acts meet on the Smoky Hill River Festival main stages.
Experiment, explore, and engage in new ways in the Riverside area. Up-and-coming entertainers from the region perform an eclectic range of indie pop, poetry, and heavy progressive rock. Originality is key in this shaded area north of the Mulberry Street Bridge. Riverside performers are sure to keep you on your toes. Also, check out new food options and henna-tattoo artists.