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Clallam County Fair Entertainment 2019

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Spike and the Impalers


Spike & the Impalers, formed over a decade ago by radio host Bob Rivers and his co-host Spike O’Neill, this classic-rock flame thrower continues to make friendsand fans as they tour the Puget Sound region. The band features O’Neill on lead vocals and the rock solid rhythm section of drummer Jeff Kathan formerly of The Paul Rodgers Band, and bassist Lynn Sorensen formerly of Bad Company and The Paul Rodgers Band.

They have built their reputation by giving the people what they want – straight ahead classic rock. Steve Hanna brings his incredible guitar and keyboard talents to the stage, along with the guitar stylings of Manuel Morais. The band's live sound is completed by the soaring vocals of Susan Kendall-Morais and the scorching saxophone of Scott “Junior” Adams, formerly of the Ann Wilson Band.

They'll be rockin' the Wilder Stage Saturday at 7pm.

Knights of the Realm

Storm Rider

Thy honor shall be up-held Knave!

Watch as medieval warriors of the sacred realm come to life in this amazing display of skill, jousting, swordsmanship and chivalry.

Knights of the Realm is a live show, featuring some of the most thrilling stunts, fights, battles and horsemanship skills!

See this amazing Grandstand show Fri. at 4 or 6 pm or Sat. 4 or 7pm.


Good Co

Seattle-based group, Longstride is the best new band set to explode onto the music scene. Longstride equals Reggae-Rock-Groove with real melodies and amazing execution with a 'High energy, crowd moving' stage show. Their debut album "Days Like These" exhibits the breadth, power, and soul of the band's sound.

Longstride is compromised of members who have played the toured separately from Hawaii to LA, Alaska adn all over the Northwest. Longstride began performing in August 2012, their first show was opening for The Los Lonely Boys and they have since been packing out clubs from Seattle to Tacoma, Everett, Olympia and beyond!

Rockin the Wilder Auto Community Stage Thursday night at 6:00 and 8:00pm.

Radio 80 Band

Black Diamond Junction

Radio 80 has quickly become the go to 80’s band for Clubs, Casino’s and Special events. The high energy performance from Radio 80 has put them is several High profile events including The WA State Fair 2 years in a row, many 12’s Fan Fest events Chelan Winterfest & more!

In the past 6 years they have had the opportunity to play with members of Flock of Seagulls, and be the headlining act after many 80’s concerts across Washington State including Flock of Seaguls, Winger, Richard Marx Joan Jett to name a few.

The song selection is more than just New Wave or Rock it is Radio from the 80’s! This combined with an energetic frontline of singers and performers makes them a favorite in every situation they play.

Watch and feel the energy this band produces during their two performances, Saturday noon and 6:00 pm on the Wilder Auto Community Stage.

Buck Ellard

Buck Ellard

Buck Ellard is an accomplished songwriter, performing his originals along with cover tunes.  Buck's show is a pleasant walk down memory lane with some brand new side streets along the way!  Buck joined his first "real" band, at the age of 15, playing fiddle in a 3 piece bluegrass band. Once he had played on stage and got a taste of the energy that feeds back from the crowd, Buck was hooked and has been playing professionally ever since.

Buck Ellard plays country and rock, with some acoustic sounds thrown in
Friday at 4pm on the Wilder Stage and then 7pm and Saturday noon -1pm on the Sunny Farms Stage.

Just In Tyme

Night Beats


Just In Tyme plays hit tunes of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s.

Just In Tyme blends the sounds of gospel by vocalist Mary Charles, harmonies with jazz vocalist Olga Palenga and musicianship of Becky McKinley, Richard Crowell on electric guitar and Sandi Lockwood on drums and keyboard.

On the Sunny Farms Stage, Thursday at 7:00pm.

Black Diamond Junction


Voted Peninsula Daily New: Best Live Band 2016, 2017, & 2018!

Great covers and phenomenal vocals. BDJ shows are true dancing and sing-along events. Expect high energy, superior musicianship and some humor as well 

Black Diamond Junction members each have long and varied resumes of professional performing, combining to bring some of the best classic hits from the 1960's to today.  You'll hear a little of everything, including artists such as:  The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Doobie Bros. and Linda Ronstadt.

Performing twice on Saturday, watch and listen to the local alumni on the Wilder Auto Community Stage at noon and 2:00pm.

Magician Jeff Evans

Retro Guys

Jeff's career in magic began at age 12 wehn he found a book on coin tricks at his grandparent's house. Today, Jeff regularily performs for apprciative audiences at company banquets, festivals, private parties, and other special events throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Jee is know as an innovative performer in the world of magic and his original routines have been printed in magic magazines including Genii, The Linking Ring, and M.U.M.

It is not uncommon for people to say "It was amazing seeing the entire audience so involved in a performance. He has everyone's total attention" Jeff's friendly and relaxed style wins audiences over, sometimes it's hard to believe that someone so genuinely nice can also be so devastatingly sneaky...

Don't miss out on this performance, Thurs., Fri., or Sat., 3-4pm; or 5-6pm onthe Sunny Farms Stage.

Pavlo Dobro & The Electric Wood Band



From R&B, Blues, Americana,Celtic, Greek,Reggae & Rock Acoustic/ Electric Guitar's, Ukelele and HarmonicaBoth Celtic & Greek Bouzouki's

Catch the rhythm at the Wilder Stage Friday, at noon and at 2pm.

Captain Arrrr

Vikki Gasko Green


Cap’n Arrr’s performance is brimming with comedy as he battles with sea creatures, selects his first mate from the audience, and juggles oversized canon balls (giant black balloons filled with water). At almost every show, kids in the audience show up in pirate hats and costumes so Cap’n Arrr is known to pull a few ship mates up on to the stage to show off their pirate skills.

Walk like a pirate, talk like a pirate and walk the plank!  The Misadventures of Cap'n Arrr is a fun interactive comedy that will have you laughing like a pirate too!

Kid Zone Thurs., Fri., Sat., 1-1:45pm; 3-3:45pm; 5-5:45pm and 7-7:45pm!

Buttercup Lane


This four-piece band covers music from many genres ranging from classic rock to blues to country to jazz to swing. Members include Mike Johnson on ukulele and vocals; Diane Johnson on lead vocals and harmony; Rodger Bigelow on lead guitar; and Dave Keyte on the electronic wind instrument (EWI).

Buttercup Lane plans to take the audience on a musical journey from the 1920s to the 1960s covering several musical genres.

Boogie with Buttercup Lane Band at the Sunny Farms Stage on Friday at 1:00pm.

Soundwaves Marimba Band


From preschool through sixth grade, students master rhythm instruments and marimbas, playing increasingly complex pieces together. The school’s marimba band, Soundwaves, is comprised of 3rd through 8th grade students who perform frequently at public events.

At Five Acre School, the Arts are an essential part of the curriculum. The music education and art programs are central to the Five Acre experience. Students learn to express themselves clearly and confidently through visual media. They achieve musical competency through our graduated music program. Music and art are part of the curriculum four days a week throughout the school year.

Get movin' with Sound Waves as they get into the beat Thursday at 1pm on the Sunny Farms Stage.

Olympic Peninsula Ukulele Strummers

Olympic Peninsula Ukulele Strummers

This local group will get your heart pumping and phelanges tapping shortly after the Fair opens Friday morning.

Come early to catch the Olympic Peninsula Ukulele Strummers (OPUS) at 11am on the Sunny Farms stage and then, spend the whole day at the Fair.

Tom and Liam Taylor

Tom Taylor

Tom & Liam Taylor are a Christian singer/songwriters based in Washington State. Tom released his seventh independent album at the end of 2015, titled "Windows & Walls." His music is a blend of country, rock, folk, and a little jazz. The lyrics of his songs are personal, and reflect his faith and personal life. His musical influences include James Taylor, Amy Grant, America, The Beatles and The Eagles. Tom's music began receiving radio airplay throughout the world in 2013, and continues lifting up the name of Jesus. It is Tom's desire to touch people's lives with his music, and to glorify God and make a difference for His kingdom.

His son Liam began recoring and peforming with him in 2016 at the age of 10. He plays the bass guitar and sings harmonies accompanying his father.

Catch Tom and Liam's performance Sunday morning at 11:30 on the Sunny Farms Stage.

Dancing Grandmas

Dancin' Grandmas


Energize your spirit at teh Sunny Farms stage, Thursday at 2:00 - 2:40 pm with the Dancing Grandmas.

These zesty women captivate audiences with powerful, colorful Gypsy and Silk Road stories, rhythms, and spirited dances.

9th Annual Variety and Talent Show



Be a star of the community!

Light up the stage and be a part of the great entertainment at the Clallam County Fair on Sunday. Money prizes will be awarded for the top three contestants. Come out to support your fellow County residents as they showcase their talent.

Sunday on the Wilder Stage 2pm.

7072 Band


The 7072's is a Northwest band.

They perform 60s rock hits, with a twist of jazz, along with some originals. Featuring keyboards, guitar, trumpet, vocals, drums, and bass.
...and band member Dean Ratzman, returning Fair favorite.

Join the fun with 7072 on the Wilder Stage Thurs. at noon and 2pm.

Olympic Peninsula Men's Chorus


The Olympic Peninsula Men's Chorus has a mission. To provide an opportunity for men to learn, enjoy and promote singing barbershop harmony.

It is their intent to preserve and encourage quartet formation, development and singing within the Chapter and to provide community service through performances of quartets and small groups and the chorus.

Listen to the harmonies Saturday on the Wilder Stage at 4pm.