Performers/Stages 2018

PERFORMERS/STAGES 2018

Scroll down for daily schedules and details on each performer!


MAIN STAGE

WildCraft Main Stage (Facing The Goblin Market)

SECOND STAGE

Loki’s Labyrinth Stage (Behind The Steampunk Museum)


WildCraft Main Stage

(Facing The Goblin Market)


SATURDAY SCHEDULE

June 16, 2018

Please also look below the schedules for each day for more details on each performer!

10:30 AM    Duffy Owens (Musician)

11:00 AM    Noah McLain Enchantments (Musician)

12:30 PM    Ray Smith (Musician)

1:00 PM    Jobe Woosley & Co. (Musician)

2:00 PM    Eugene Taiko (Japanese Drumming Group)

3:00 PM    TRUE (The Ridgeline Ukulele Extravaganza)

4:00 PM    Olekona


SUNDAY SCHEDULE

June 17, 2018

Please also look below the schedules for each day for more details on each performer!

10:00 AM     Duffy Owens (Musician)

10:30 AM     Fusion Fascination (Bellydancing Group)

11:00 AM     Jobe Woosley & Co. (Musician)

11:20 AM    Two Rivers Morris & Side of the Tide Morris Dancers

12:00 PM     Noah McLain Enchantments (Musician)

1:00 PM     Bajuana Tea

2:30 PM     Ray Smith (Musician)

3:00 PM     The Succulent Clones

4:00 PM     The Dad Bandits

5:00 PM     Group Jam


Bajuana Tea

At 1:00 p.m. On Sunday, June 17th

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market) 

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The Dad Bandits

At 4:00 p.m. On Sunday, June 17th 

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market) 

Jon’s and Micah’s son and daughter have been friends since kindergarten. Now they’re both sophomores in high school. Jon was Alden’s son’s middle school teacher. Alden’s son is now a senior in high school. Alden and Micah shared office space as computer programmers and their families have been friends for years. And we all love music. We’ve been playing together on a regular dad-time weekly basis for over a year now, trying to work out our sound. We’re playing covers for now, and we’re finally understanding what works. We hope you enjoy what we’re laying down.

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Duffy Owens – Musician

Opening Blessing For The Festival At 10:30 a.m. On Saturday, June 16th And At 10:00 a.m. On Sunday, June 17th

Performing On The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market)

Native American flute music, original music, meditations, shamanic healing.

You may even see Duffy playing spontaneously throughout the weekend!  Keep your ears open for the calming sounds of his beautiful flute!

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Eugene Taiko (Japanese Drumming Ensemble)

At 2:00 p.m. On Saturday, June 16th 

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market) 

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Fusion Fascination – Bellydancing

At 10:30 a.m. On Sunday, June 17th 

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market) 

Sarina is a tribal fusion dancer known for her quirky musical choices and her vaudeville style infused in her costuming and dance. Whether she is dancing as an Orion slave dancer at Trek Theatre production, a steampunk performance at Fusion Friendly Events, a 1920’s jazz piece, or to her newest favorite soundtrack at a No Shame Eugene, she has a lot of fun with the art form. Currently Sarina teaches Beginning Tribal Fusion and Intermediate Tribal Fusion at Willamalane in Springfield and Bellylicious Workout on Wednesdays at multiple locations and private lessons in her dance studio.

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Jobe Woosley & Co.

At 1:00 p.m. On Saturday, June 16th And At 11:00 a.m. On Sunday, June 17th 

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market) 

Oregon original music.

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Noah McLain

At 11:00 a.m. On Saturday, June 16th And At 12:00 p.m. On Sunday, June 17th 

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market) 

WEBSITE


Olekona

At 4:00 p.m. On Saturday, June 16th

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market) 

‘Olekona (which means “Oregon” in Hawaiian) is an acoustic instrumental ensemble offering eclectic sounds of Hawaiian Slack Key (kiho’aklu), blues, jazz standards and Brazilian traditions, while the blending guitar, ukulele, and bass to incorporate a unique fusion of styles and arrangements.

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Side of Tide Morris Dancers

Side Of The Tide is a Morris dance troupe centered in Coos Bay, Oregon.

At 11:20 a.m. On Sunday, June 17th On The WildCraft Main Stage (Facing The Goblin Market)

And At 1:00 p.m. On The Loki’s Labyrinth Stage (Behind The Steampunk Museum In The Meadow)

Performing With Two Rivers Morris

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The Succulent Clones

The Succulent Clones started performing together in Middle School as part of The Ridgeline Ukulele Extravaganza. Now in high school, these five have branched out with full-sized instruments for a full-sized rock and roll sound.

Raven Muir, Kegan Labrousse, Jon Labrousse, Luke Lodwig, Alden Micklavzina, Joel Sadofsky.

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TRUE

The Ridgeline Ukulele Extravaganza

(From Ridgeline Montessori In Eugene, OR)

At 3:00 p.m. On Saturday, June 16th

Performing on The WildCraft Main Stage (facing The Goblin Market)

Ridgeline Montessori Middle School’s student ukulele group, led by their teacher, Jon Labrousse, redefines the ‘Middle School Concert’ experience.  TRUE plays all over town (and sometimes venturing out of Eugene) in different venues!

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Two Rivers Morris

At 11:20 a.m. On Sunday, June 17th On The WildCraft Main Stage (Facing The Goblin Market)

And At 1:00 p.m. On The Loki’s Labyrinth Stage (Behind The Steampunk Museum In The Meadow)

Performing With Side Of Tide Morris Dancers

Two Rivers Morris is Lane County’s first Morris side. We perform locally and in West Coast events, most recently the Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle and the California Ale. We practice most Thursdays.

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Loki’s Labyrinth Stage


Loki’s Labyrinth – Musicians

Playing On The Loki’s Labyrinth Stage (Behind The Steampunk Museum In The Meadow) Throughout The Festival!  Other Musical Guests On This Stage As Time Allows!

Loki’s Labyrinth are a Global Fusion artist’s collective that fuses tribal, folk, psychedelic, trance, experimental, electronic, rock and world beat elements in our music. Celtic, Nordic, Middle Eastern, Aboriginal, Asian, Spanish and African rhythms played on modern electric instruments, as well as acoustic instruments such as hammered dulcimer, didgeridoo and a wide variety of percussion. Our music evokes history, mythology, humanism and fantasy to our listeners.

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