Festival Proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club Guitar Academy and the Town of Medary Fun Days
La Crosse, WI: Deece Productions has released the inaugural Cheech’s Deecefest Family Music Festival Line-Up. The festival, taking place July 26-28 at Creekside Grill and Pub and Bluebird Springs Campground, is a family music festival and will feature over 30 of the Midwest’s finest musicians, a magic show, vendors, and artists (children 10 and under are free).
Friday Creekside Stage
4:00pm -5:00pm Luke and Cheech Show
5:30pm -6:30pm Mr. Blink
7:00pm -8:00pm Mark Joseph and the American Soul perform Paul Simon’s Graceland
8:30pm -10:00pm Gregg Hall and The Wrecking Ball Live album
10:30pm -11:30pm The Crush Brothers Reed Grimm, Heatbox, Mark Joseph, Alex Steele)
11:30pm -1:00am Super Deece
Friday Bluebird Springs Stage
7:00pm -8:00pm Pinch Hitters
8:30pm -9:30pm Side Pork
10:00pm -11:00pm Actual Size
Saturday Creekside Stage
10:30am -11:00am -Mike and Gregg from The 3 Dads
11:15am-12:15pm -Dan the Magic Man
12:30pm-1:30pm -Deece Productions Student Review
5:00pm-6:00pm -Handsome Animals
6:30pm-7:30pm -Neil Young Tribute featuring the Garden of Eatin’ Family Band
8:00pm-9:30pm -Gregg Hall and the Wrecking Ball celebrates John Prine
10:00pm-11:30pm -Mitgee Evers
Saturday Creekside Acoustic Bar Stage
1:30pm-2:00pm -Joe Cody
3:00pm-3:30pm -Kaleb Harris
4:30pm-5:00pm -Ryan Howe
6:00pm-6:30pm -Cheeba (Chubba and Cheech)
7:30pm-8:00pm -Bri and the Boys
9:30pm-10:00pm -Scott Wilcox
Saturday Bluebird Springs Stage
6:00pm-7:00pm -John Caucutt
7:00pm-8:00pm -Laser Wolf
8:30pm-9:30pm -Dan Berger and Friends
10:00pm-11:00pm -Tommy Bentz Band
Sunday Bluebird Springs Stage
11:30 am-12:30pm -A tribute to the Allman Brothers Band (Tommy Bentz Band, Jimbo Zill, and Matt Becker)
The Crush Brothers
The Crush Brothers is a super group of Minneapolis musicians including Heatbox, Mark Joseph (the Big Wu), Alex Steele (Roster Mccabe) and La Crosse’s very own UW-La Crosse graduate and American Idol finalist Reed Grimm.
Reed is a UW-La Crosse graduate who place fourteenth in 2012’s American Idol, this experience brought Reed many opportunities to travel and perform for concertgoers around the world including multiple trips overseas to entertain members of the US Military. With the help of a successful Kickstarter he released his debut solo album “Reminders” in April of 2018.
“Developed, Mature, Artistic, and Unpredictable”– Alan Ross of WPR
“Genius! Extraordinary!” – Steven Tyler of Aerosmith
Gregg “Cheech” Hall
Gregg is the founder of Deece Productions, songwriter, author, and promoter has been a staple in the Midwest music scene for 20 years.
“Hall is known for his ubiquitous presence on the La Crosse music scene. Besides promoting, playing in and organizing events like the Moon Tunes Woodstock show and countless tribute concerts, Hall fronts Gregg Hall and The Wrecking Ball and tours with “The Voice” finalist Nicholas David and the White Iron Band as well as performing numerous solo and not-so-solo acoustic gigs” -Randy Erickson La Crosse Tribune
Weekend passes and shuttle bus tickets for Friday and Saturday nights are on sale on the Pearl Street Brewery apppearlstreetbrewery.com/app/, deeceproductions.com, Deaf Ear Records, Garden of Eatin, Instrument Repair of La Crosse, 4 Sisters Bar, Old Towne Strings, and Tree Hugger’s Coop.
Overnight camping is available at Bluebird Campground and is $5 for single camping ticket holders and private and RV sites are available by phone at 608-781-2267. Children 10 and under are free.
About Deecefest & Deece Productions
Specializing in concert promotion and events, Deece Productions has put on countless tribute shows, featured many local songwriters and bands, along with one of the biggest shows of the year, the Moon Tunes ‘Woodstock in the Park’ finale at Riverside Park. Deece Productions also supports the La Crosse County community playing benefits for local charities like WAFER and the Local Lupus Foundation, injured bikers, cancer patients, flood victims, and the Rotary Club of La Crosse. Proceeds from Deecefest will benefit the Boys and Girls Club Guitar Academy and the Town of Medary Fun Days.