The Tweed Stampede is proud to announce their musical line up for this October 8, 9, 10 2021. This year we shift our focus to our friends and local artists whom have been sitting on the sidelines for the last 18 months.  

We are bringing in the same big sound our guests are used to and showcasing these local performers on our big stage! Dust off your cowboy boats or dancing shoes and prepare to have a foot stompin', knee slappin', fist pumpin' good time.

Rudy and Saddle Up - October 8 @ 9pm

Remember 2 years ago when we danced until the dust flew and we all screamed "one more song"? Well they're back and have been waiting to get you back on the dance floor. Catch them on our main stage right after the Pro Xtreme Bull freestyle!

Soloman Woodland-  October 9 @ 9pm
Kingston’s Solomon Woodland performs original music in a folk-country fashion inspired by the greats such as Townes Van Zandt, Johnny Cash, and many others. Solomon has been most complimented and known for his haunting voice accompanied by a rhythmic southern style of guitar playing. Solomon’s music is built on storytelling and has been known to trigger memories of simpler times from people of all ages. Solomon spends most of his days in the woods and spends the evenings writing songs in a candlelit cabin just like they did in the old days. Solomon has been playing music professionally since the age of seventeen and released his first solo album “Dirty Little Town” in the spring of 2019.
Scott Owen- October 10 @ 8pm                                                         His desire to entertain and contribute to a good time is the driving force behind an upbeat and energetic live show. If he is on a stage it is because he is there for YOU.  His sound is heavily influenced by the 90’s country he grew up on but he likes his country rockin' too. Often drawing comparisons to Jason Aldean and Eric Church has not been surprising, given they are two of his biggest modern influences.

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