Thu Jul 30 2020 - Sun Aug 2 2020

4:00 PM (Doors 12:00 PM)

Mchenry Extreme Sports and Event Park

1911 W Fernview LN Holiday Hills, IL 60050

All Ages

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Brought to you by Mackey's Music Productions and Midwestival Productions

SUMMER STOMP is a 3 day Festival featuring music on 3 stages with camping, on-site food, art, craft beer, vending, &  more!

Gate Price
2 day - $110
3 day- $135


(Ticket price includes Camping and  car Parking)

NO PETS ALLOWED

Gates Open Thursday @ 12pm Entrance Permited With 3 day Pass
Gate Close @ Midnight Thursday Night
Gates Open Friday @ 8 am Entrance Permited With 2 day Pass or Friday only ticket
Gate Close @ Midnight Friday Night
Gates Reopen @ 8am Saturday

Gates Will Close @ 10pm Saturday Night

This is an all ages event. Attendees under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 
Kids 12 and under admitted free of charge with parent or legal guardian.


* RV camping allowed - With the purchase of a RV ticket

 All people in a RV must have a tickets, or Volunteer pass in order to enter the festival grounds

we are NOT able to provide power or water hookups, sorry!

Camping spots are first come first serve basis

Summer Stomp 2020

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Mungion

    Mungion

    Alternative Rock

    Chicago-based jam outfit Mungion has been turning heads since bursting onto the scene in the spring of last year. With excitement building from their exploratory live outings, Mungion’s steadily growing fan base received the band’s first full-length studio offering, Scary Blankets. The inspiration of their jam scene peers is evident throughout. “Schvingo” and “Hindsight,” built from catchy, strolling bass lines and prog-guitar wailing both deliver handily, displaying the influences of well-loved acts on the band, from Pat Metheny to Frank Zappa to Jimmy Herring and beyond. 

    When you see their live show it’s very evident that there’s a clear intention to create a set of music that is rich, varied and immersive — not just a collection of tunes, but a cohesive, complex sonic story that keeps people on their toes dancing. Mungion has just began to scratch the surface. They have a new album set for release in early 2017 and will be arriving in a city near you very soon.

  • Mr. Blotto

    Mr. Blotto

    Jam Bands

    Mr. Blotto was born in Chicago as an off-night vehicle for musicians who loved each others playing but were in different bands at the time. The only rule was that they would only play what they loved. That philosophy continues today and has led Mr. Blotto into unique musical situations.

    Mr. Blotto takes the Jam band asthetic into areas unfamiliar to the standard Jam Scene. They have been known to cover entire albums by Led Zeppelin and the Who as well as perform entire shows of Country and Reggae. Artists as diverse as the Grateful Dead, the Flaming Lips, Willie Nelson and The Velvet Underground have seen their material interpreted by Mr. Blotto in the 2000+ shows the band has performed in the last 15 years, yet covers only pepper the bands hefty catalog of original material stemming from five studio albums and other unreleased crowd favorites.

    "Barlow Shanghai", the 5th and newest CD sees the band in collaboration with John Perry Barlow (lyricist to the Grateful Dead). This CD was released in 2006 and is available from the Official website www.mrblotto.com

     

  • Miles Over Mountains

    Miles Over Mountains

    Bluegrass

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    Miles Over Mountains is a progressive bluegrass band from McHenry, IL.
    Touring through their fifth year, Miles Over Mountains continues to turn heads across the nation as their momentum, fanbase and schedule continue to grow. Since their inception in early 2014, they've performed hundreds of shows at bars, clubs, and music festivals with no signs or plans of slowing down.
    Collectively, with decades of stage experience under their belts, the band strives to provide the audience with a fun and freeing experience that can be felt both on and off stage.

    Miles Over Mountains plays a modernized style of bluegrass or "newgrass/jamgrass" that covers a wide spectrum of dynamics and feeling. Their live catalogue draws from their first two records "Five Star Heart Breaker" (2015), "Ballads & Burners" (2017), and their upcoming third full length album "Work Harder Not Smarter" (2020). In addition their cover selections are testaments to where bluegrass/roots influence can take songs from outside the genre, with lovingly selected takes on their hero's songs served up in their own fashion.

    The band has been performing, touring, and making records since early 2014 playing an average of 120 shows per year. The band looks with excitement and hungry ambition towards 2020 when they'll be releasing and touring in support of their third full length album.



    Notable Events:

    Freshgrass Band contest finalist 2017 (Ma)
    Shoe Fest (IL)
    Frankfort Bluegrass Festival (IL)
    Summer Stomp (IL)
    John Hartford Memorial Festival (IN)
    Pickin' On Picnic (MO)
    Revival Fest (MN)
    Hillberry The Harvest Moon Festival (AR)
    Moondance Bluegrass Festival (WI)
    Ozark Mountain Music Festival (AR)
    Byrd Fest (AR)
    UllrGrass (CO)
    Big Wu Family Reunion (MN)
    Down On The Farm (IL)
    People Fest/ Bonfire Festivals (WI)
    Jam For Jam (WI)
    Flatrock Bluegrass Jamboree (WI)
    Schwagstock (MO)

    ~Headlining sets at Fulton Bluegrass Fest (IL), Big Pine Breakdown (IN), Winter Roots (IL) & Bluegrass Bash (WI)

    Direct Support of:

    Town Mountain
    Hot Buttered Rum
    Pert Near Sandstone
    Henhouse Prowlers
    Horseshoes and Hand Grenades
    Jeff Austin Band
    Danny Barnes
    The Last Revel
    Cornmeal
    The Wooks
    Kitchen Dwellers
     
  • Teed

    Teed

    Funk-Rock

    Teed is a Rock band based out of the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. Their Genre bending original music stems from a multi faceted interest in all styles of music including Rock, Funk, Latin and Bluegrass. The music has a groove oriented base with a heavy focus on intricate compositions that gives the band a unique sound. Teed has played hundreds of venues and festivals across the midwest and beyond. They have shared the bill with great acts like Trey Anastasio Band, Primus, Umphreys McGee, Willie Nelson, The Wailers, and many more.

  • Aaron Kamm & The One Drops

    Aaron Kamm & The One Drops

    Reggae-Pop

    Hailing from St. Louis, MO, Aaron Kamm and the One Drops merge flavors of Roots Reggae, Mississippi River Blues, Improv-laced Jams, and Soulful Vocals. With their high-energy performance and unique sound, Aaron Kamm and the One Drops are a must see.
  • Carrie Nation and the Speakeasy

    Carrie Nation and the Speakeasy

    Country

    is a high-energy "Brass 'n' Grass" sextet from Wichita, KS. The band, whose sound has been described as “...a stagecoach in overdrive”, has brought their eclectic blend of bluegrass, ska, punk, and dixieland to packed clubs, basements, and festivals across the US since their inception in the spring of 2007.

    CNS has built a solid following playing 47 states and 5 countries with their energetic live show and ability to fit on the bill with acts ranging from bluegrass to rockabilly; punk to ska. As the banjo rolls over rhythmic guitar, breakneck mandolin solos melt into blaring trombone and trumpet lines, while the standup bass and feed-bucket-trap-set churn out driving rhythms that carry the force of a Kansas freight train.
  • Soap

    Soap

    Jam Bands

    A fusion of highly danceable rock, intricate song craftsmanship and psychedelic funk. Set out to make every show inspiring. Imagine going to a double matinee showing of Led Zeppelin & P-Funk at Dream Theater and then heading to an Amsterdam discotheque to dance until the sun came up. That's about as close as can be described without seeing Soap for yourself.

     

    Originally from just south of Chicago, Illinois, Soap uprooted and moved to Minneapolis in 2007 and has become a staple in the thriving Twin Cities music scene. For nearly four years Soap held down a weekly Wednesday residency at The Cabooze, a long-standing tradition at the legendary Minneapolis venue. Following the likes of The Big Wu and God Johnson, Soap not only continued that tradition, but has expanded on it with a new allegiance of fans. These strong Midwest ties have also helped the band tour successfully throughout the region and beyond, notching over 120 shows each of the past four years.

     

    Soap has become a favorite on the festival circuit, performing at Summer Camp Music Festival (x2), 10,000 Lakes Festival (x2), , Wakarusa Music Festival, Big Wu Family Reunion (x2), Bella Music Festivals (x4), Prairie Grass Music Festival (x2), Whippersnap Music Festival (x2), Shoe Fest (x4), Wookiefoot’s Project Earth and Shangri-La Festival (x4), as well as sharing the stage with notable acts and performers, such as Tea Leaf Green, Zach Deputy, Bernie Worrell, The Motet, Rebirth Brass Band, Hot Buttered Rum, Wookiefoot, Kinetix, Jon Wayne & The Pain, Heatbox, Steve Molitz and more.

     
  • Fox Crossing String Band

    Fox Crossing String Band

    Bluegrass

    This all-female bluegrass group from Chicago has been winning hearts with their beautiful harmonies, original songwriting, and entertaining stage presence ever since forming in November 2016.

    Following their debut performance at Winter Roots Festival in February 2017, they’ve gone on to perform at many festivals and events across the Midwest. Traveling east to the John Hartford Memorial Festival, west to Dawn and On Festival in the Quad Cities, north to Door County, and everything in-between. Performing events such as IBMA award-winning Frankfort Bluegrass Festival, Summer Stomp, Shoefest, East Troy Bluegrass Festival, Ladies of Bluegrass Festival, The Illinois State Fair, American Music Festival, and more. They have performed on the WGN Roe Conn Radio show, as well as at venues such as the Source in Manawa, Fitzgerald's in Berwyn, Schubas, Martyrs, and as part of events put on by City Winery and Navy Pier in Chicago.

    With their debut album released in February 2019, these Foxes are on the run and coming to a town near you!

  • Gary Moore II

    Gary Moore II

    Alternative Country

    Born and raised to a working-class family, singer/songwriter Gary Moore II blends his blue-collar mentality with songs aboutheartbreak, hard work, and hard living. With influences from Hank to R.A.T.M., TVZ to the DBTs, and everywhere in between, GMII's songs find a place in the ever-evolving Americana genre. As a founding member of the Miles Burning Band, he co-fronted the band, releasing one EP and opening shows for regional/national touring acts and taking part in festivals like the Honky-Tonk Throwdown and Nippersink Fest. While recording the bands second release, vocal issues and the subsequent surgery forced him to take over a year off, and ultimately leave the band.

    With a successful surgery under his belt, and a newfound respect for music and singing, GMII began pushing forward as the working-man's troubadour. Working closely with long-time collaborator, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Michael Pentz, they've carved out an original roots-rock sound with a familiar feel.

  • The Way Down Wanderers

    The Way Down Wanderers

    Americana

    Equal parts fast-paced and soulful, 5-piece modern-folk Americana act, The Way Down Wanderers, draw listeners in with energy, originality and soulful generosity. Playing, performing and writing together for just 3 short years, the Wanderers have built an enthusiastic and fast-growing following. Youthful and professionally trained, these young men captivate audiences with soaring instrumentals, foot stomping sing-alongs and a lively stage show and have created a buzz for themselves with their unplugged, off-stage encores and propensity for performing self-titled, “restSTOMPS” - free acoustic sets at rest & truck stops along their tour routes. The band’s debut, self-titled album, produced by Mike Marsh of the Avett Brothers and recorded at Sonic Ranch in El Paso TX, is now available wherever music is sold.

  • Joe Marcinek Band

    Joe Marcinek Band

    Jam Bands

    Joe Marcinek Band (Feat Alan Evans Of Soulive , Steve Molitz of Particle, & Freekbass)
    Joe Marcinek Band is an experience you will never forget. That is because each show features a different lineup of musicians creating a different set of music every night. The music is equal parts Chicago Blues, New Orleans Funk, Grateful Dead Psychedelia, and Jazz Fusion!  

    ​Joe Marcinek tours nationally from New York to LA and everywhere in between. Most of the lineups will only happen one time making every night a can't miss show. 

    The group has featured many prominent special guests including Bernie Worrell (P-Funk, Talking Heads), Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band),  George Porter JR (The Meters),  Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk), Alan Evans (Soulive),  Kris Myers (Umphrey's McGee), Tony Hall (Dumpstaphunk, Dave Mathews & Friends), Shaun Martin (Snarky Puppy, Kirk Franklin), Allen Aucoin (the Disco Biscuits), Marty Sammon (Buddy Guy), Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident / EOTO), Erik "Jesus" Coomes (Lettuce), Borahm Lee (Break Science), Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), Mike Greenfield (Lotus), Borham Lee (Break Science), Steve Molitz (Phil Lesh & Friends / Particle) Joey Porter (The Motet / Juno What), Fareed Haque, Scott Metzger, Nate Werth (Snarky Puppy) Garrett Sayers (The Motet) Allie Kral (Yonder Mountain String Band), Freekbass, Vinnie Amico and Jim Loughlin (moe.) and more!

    Joe Marcinek Band (Feat Alan Evans Of Soulive , Steve Molitz of Particle, & Freekbass)
  • Craig Baumann And The Story

    Craig Baumann And The Story

    Soul-Blues

  • Arbor Creek

    Arbor Creek

    Progressive Rock

  • Alabaster

    Alabaster

    Blues-Rock

    We are a jam band at our roots. Our style is very passionate and energetic. We pour our emotions into every lick and riff we play. We play Rock, Blues, Psychedelic, Reggae, and Hard rock with a more old school take, similar to Black Sabbath or Led Zeppelin. We challenge ourselves to push our creativity and musicianship to a new level, and to make sure the crowd really gets down.

  • Chicago Farmer & The Fieldnotes

    Chicago Farmer & The Fieldnotes

    Americana

  • Armchair boogie

    Armchair boogie

    Bluegrass

    Armchair Boogie is a nationally touring "newgrass" band out of Madison, Wisconsin. Their dynamic sound covers everything from lightning-fast bluegrass to firey funk to honky tonk. For mind-blowing moments and a good ol’ party of a show, see them live!
  • Feed The Dog

    Feed The Dog

    Music

Summer Stomp 2020

Thu Jul 30 2020 4:00 PM - Sun Aug 2 2020

(Doors 12:00 PM)

Mchenry Extreme Sports and Event Park Holiday Hills IL
Summer Stomp 2020
  • Event Cancelled.

All Ages

Brought to you by Mackey's Music Productions and Midwestival Productions

SUMMER STOMP is a 3 day Festival featuring music on 3 stages with camping, on-site food, art, craft beer, vending, &  more!

Gate Price
2 day - $110
3 day- $135


(Ticket price includes Camping and  car Parking)

NO PETS ALLOWED

Gates Open Thursday @ 12pm Entrance Permited With 3 day Pass
Gate Close @ Midnight Thursday Night
Gates Open Friday @ 8 am Entrance Permited With 2 day Pass or Friday only ticket
Gate Close @ Midnight Friday Night
Gates Reopen @ 8am Saturday

Gates Will Close @ 10pm Saturday Night

This is an all ages event. Attendees under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 
Kids 12 and under admitted free of charge with parent or legal guardian.


* RV camping allowed - With the purchase of a RV ticket

 All people in a RV must have a tickets, or Volunteer pass in order to enter the festival grounds

we are NOT able to provide power or water hookups, sorry!

Camping spots are first come first serve basis