Thursday, August 31, 2006

2006 Memphis Music & Heritage Festival


September 1st: Millennium Maddness &
Memphis Music & Heritage Festival's
(over 20 teams from across the U.S. !)
Memphis Cook Convention Center
Competition begins @ 6:00PM
Doors open @ 3:30, Pre Show @ 4:00
Tickets Available @ The Center
$7.00 Advance; $10.00 Day of Show.
Tickets available at Center for Southern Folklore
Millennium Maddness Drill Team
and the Center for Southern Folklore
welcome the following teams
who will participate in the

Bay Area Steppers Richmond CA
New Generation Chicago,Illinois
Invincible Regulating Striders Drill Team Dayton,Ohio
Isiserettes Drill Team-Drum Squad Des Moines, Iowa
Sophisticated Sound & Steppers Hythorn,Ca
Johnny High Steppers Los Angeles,CA
Crump Elementary Majorettes Memphis,TN
Shining Stars Memphis, TN
Golden High Steppers Memphis,TN
Wolf Pack Drum Squad Memphis, TN
Mighty Marchers Majorettes Memphis, TN
UNL Drill Performing Arts Minneapolis,Mn
Mighty High Dreamers Oakland, CA
Goodlett Elementary Majorettes Memphis,TN
American Way Middle School Memphis,TN
M-Town Image Dancers Memphis, TN
Dynamic Diamonds Memphis,TN
Yo!Memphis Memphis, TN
M-Town Divas Memphis, Tn
***Friday Night,September 1st, Folklore Store.
Daddy Mack Blues Band will be playing in the Center's Folklore Store7:30 to 10:00. Put on your dancing shows and come on down!
Strut Your Stuff Festival Parade & Competition
Saturday Morning @ 10:30
Main & Peabody Place
Main Street between Gayoso and Peabody Place
September 2-3rd 11:00 to 11:00 Daily
Saturday, September 2nd
Verizon Wireless Stage (Peabody Place @ Main Street)
2:00 p.m. Billy Gibson & David Bowen Blues
3:00 p.m. Mellow Tones Gospel
4:00 p.m. Brown Sugar Blues Band
5:00 p.m. Sons of Thunder, Rock
6:00 p.m. FreeWorld w/ Herman Green Jazz
7:00 p.m. River City Tanlines Rock
8:00 p.m. Golden Keys Gospel
9:00 p.m. Kattawar Brothers Boogie Woogie
10:00 p.m.Nathaniel Kent & Exodus Reggae

Trolley Stop Stage
1:30 p. m. Johnny Lowebow, One Man Band
2:30 p.m. Jimmy Crosthwait Puppeteer
3:30 p.m. Greg Hisky & His Dixie Whiskey Flyers Country
4:15 p.m. New Generation Drill Team
4:30 p.m. Memphis Area Square & Western Dancers
5:30 p.m. Choctaw Social Dancers
6:15 p.m. Salsa Memphis Dancing
6:30 p.m. Ekpe Abioto, African Drumming
7:15 p.m. Invincible Regulating Striders Drill Team
7:45 p.m. Rap Show -
Willie Firecracker
Iron Mic Coalition
9:15 p.m. Domingo Montez & Los Cantadores
10:15 p.m. Sir Charles & The Memphis Soul Express

Folklore Store
1:15p.m. Nancy Apple, Folk
2:15 p.m. Brad Webb & Johnny Holiday Blues
3:15 p.m. Barbara Blue Blues
4:15 p.m. Big George Brock, Blues
5:15 p.m. Roy Harper/Gene Bush Country
6:15 p.m. Renardo Ward and The Promise Jazz
7:15 p.m. Jackie Johnson Soul/Gospel
8:15 p.m. Randal Morton & Grassfire Bluegrass
9:15 p.m. Charlie Wood Blues and Jazz
10:15 p.m. John Kilzer Rock

Folklore Hall
1:45 p.m. TBA
2:45 p.m. Moments of Joy, Gospel
3:45 p.m. Eddie Bond Country Music Show
4:45 p.m. Gary Topper Quartet Jazz
5:45 p.m. Gospel Jubilees
6:45 p.m. JM Van Eaton and Billy Swan Rockabilly
7:45 p.m. Kate Campbell Folk
9::00 p.m. Joyce Cobb Blues and Jazz
10:00 p.m. Daddy Mack Blues Band

Sunday, September 3rd
Verizon Wireless Stage (Peabody Place & Main)
1:00 p.m. The Agitators, Blues Rock
2:00 p.m. Dan Montgomery, Rock
3:00 p.m. Don McMinn Trio Blues
4:00 p.m. Charles Johnson and Kwest Jazz
5:00 p.m. Sensational 6 Gospel
6:00 p.m. Sonny Burgess & The Pacers Rockabilly
7:00 p.m. Will Graves & Soul Featuring MeNefer Neo Soul, Pop
8:00 p.m. Darrell Petties & SIP, Gospel
9:00 p.m. The Bo-Keys Soul
10:00 p.m. Jason D. Williams Rockabilly/Boogie

Trolley Stop Stage
12:30 p.m. Greater Memphis United Chinese Association Presents Chinese Dances
1:30 p.m. Goin Home Bluegrass
2:30 p.m. Jimmy Crosthwait Puppeteer
3:15 p.m. Mighty High Dreamers Drill Team
3:30 p.m. Smoochie Smith & Hooch MorganRockabilly, Country
4:30 p.m. Desert Rose Dancers
5:15 p.m. Sophisticated Sound & Steppers
5:30 p.m. Choctaw Dancers
6:30 p.m. Millennium Maddness Drill Team
7:30 p.m. Chad White and Delta GroveRevolution Soul
8:30 p.m. Elmo & The Shades R&B
9:45 p.m. Felix Hernandez and Symbiosis Latin Jazz

Folklore Store
1:15 p.m. TBA
2:15 p.m. Roy Harper Gene Bush Country
3:15 p.m. Lalonie Hayes, Soul, Gospel
4:15 p.m. Valerie June Folk
5:15 p.m. Sandy Carroll Blues
6:15 p.m. David Evans & Robert Thomas Blues
7:15 p.m. Peter Hyrka & the Gyspy HombresJazz
8:15 p.m. William Lee Ellis Blues
9:15 p.m. Eden Brent, Blues
10:15 p.m. Blind Mississippi Morris & Brad Webb Blues

Folklore Hall
1:45 p.m. TBA
2:45 p.m. Michaelyn Oby Trio, Jazz
3:45 p.m. Jumpin Chi Chis Jazz
4:45 p.m. Anointed Cowans Singers Gospel
5:45 p.m. Jim Dickinson with Killers from Space Rock
6:45 p.m. Big Dan Taylor and the SouthernJubilees Gospel
7:45 p.m. Orange Mound Jazz Messengers
8:45 p.m. Susan Marshall Pop
9:45 p.m. Billy Lee Riley Rockabilly, Blues

Talker’s Corner
Baseball. Joe Scott
Riverlife . Lil Bukewicz, Annie McDaniel
Netmaking . Jim Young
Quilting.Hattie Childress
Choctaw Crafts.Minnie Bell, Jessie & Claudia Thompson
Trains and Music .Roy Harper
Music and words .Kate Campbell
Hair Art . Barbara Love
Nail Art. Akira Moore

Folk art. Great food. Awesome music!
The festival is a free family friendly event.
Got a favorite performer?
This year, you can reserve a front row seat
for their show in the Folklore Hall.
Call us to reserve a seat for the show
of your choice for just $20.00 per show.
Want a better deal?
Become a Friend of the Festival for $50.00
and enjoy our Friend’s Oasis filled with
cool AC, chairs, and camaraderie,
free soft drink and snacks for the run of the Festival.
Plus, you receive a 2006 Festival Poster,
one free reserved seat in the Folklore Hall
and options to purchase additional seats for $10.00 each.
A great deal for a Great Festival
Must reserve your seat by September 1st!
Call 525-3655 or email us


Jeff said...


newscoma said...

Thanks for doing this.

kibitzer said...

Sorry couldn't make it. Son was in town from Atlanta with two baby granddaughters. And the timing was wrong for getting them downtown.

10:45 PM