W.D. Walker & Grant Carnival

The States. It represents an idea that we are all apart of a community that has the freedom of expressing ourselves through music. Our name is about the representation of the states of emotions we are all in from time to time -- Happy, sad, introspective, broken, angry, depressed, or in love. We wanted our music to reach out to everyone. With a name like The States, we knew it had strong imagery that accompanied it. The hardworking, the fragile, the underdogs, the champions, we wanted to represent them because we are them.

In the best veins of: Mumford & Sons, The 1975, Michael Kiwanuka, Matt Corby, James Bay, Nathaniel Rateliff, Daughter, Bear's Den, Ben Howard, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Laura Marling, Matthew and the Atlas, twenty one pilots, Vinyl Theatre, The Lucky Dutch.

The Getbye

The Getbye is an Indie/Folk/Gypsy Rock band from Orlando Florida, formed out of the consciousness of Skitch Koal and Davy. The band forges humbly to spread love and peace through their music while expanding on their spiritual natures. With true organic creation, The Getbye fuels its momentum through the people. While still grounded to their roots in the Orlando music scene, these gypsies can often be seen traveling and touring across the country, simply looking for new friendly spirits. The Getbye has been working hard to immerse itself in the movement of the Orlando and Florida music scene, coming with a unique and roots driven sound distinguished from many others. In July 2010, The Getbye was nominated Orlando's Next Big Thing after beating out more than 30 bands for the crown, as well as being nominated by Soul of Da City as "Best New Band of The Year". Bringing entertaining energy, colorful melomanious rhythms, and contagious charisma to the stage, The Getbye brings a live performance that is soul shaking. See it for yourself.

Last Electric Rodeo

The Last Electric Rodeo's music is a completely unique sound that is yet strangely familiar. It is Alternative, Indie, Western, Rock-a-Billy, Grunge, Punk, Surf Rock and still so much more. Paying homage to Ennio Morricone, it reminisces of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. The team-up of Wenger and Dixon is that of Burton and Elfman. Its music that would be in Tarantino's Walkman. Its surf rock and 70's country, The Ventures meet Cash, 60's rock and 90's grunge, Doors meet Nirvana. Its Zappa with the Dead Kennedys, The Cramps and Bowie, the Pixies and the Misfits. The imagery it evokes is that of Cowboy Beebop, Tank Girl, Sin City, Atomic Cafe, Mad Max, and the list goes on...

The Spring

All tickets for games and shows sold day-of.

Tickets Available at the Door

~20 Penny Circus
~Hypnotist Larry Silver
~Richard the Adequate, wandering magician
~Palm Reading
~See No Evil Peep Show burlesque

~Pie throwing
~Dunk tank
~Frog jump
~Ring toss
~Milk bottle knockdown
~Balloon darts & animals

Live music, 4- 8 p.m.:
~The Spring
~The Getbye
~Last Electric Rodeo

Live music, after carnival hours:
~Luscious Lisa

Food & Vendors:
~Pixie Tales Glitter Fairy Hair
~Ria's SmashCakes
~Popcorn and Cotton Candy
~Chi-Phi A Taste of Two Cities Food Truck
~La Empanada Food Truck with a carnival-style twist!

Outdoor bar with Crafts of Draft sponsored by William Grant & Sons. 

All tickets for games and shows sold day-of.

Presented by: William Grant & Sons

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