JULY 23, 2022

12PM – 11PM

WHAT?

5th Annual City of Cumming TWO DAY Music Festival presented by 37 Main LIVE at the Cumming Fairgrounds!  This TWO DAY event takes place July 23rd – July 24th and is perfect for the entire family!  All ages, food trucks, backyard games and some of the Nation’s BEST Tribute Acts.

12 BANDS:   The Eagle  |  Tom Petty  |  Kid Rock  |  Lynyrd Skynyrd  |  Bad Company  |  Bob Seger  |  The Black Crowes  |  Creedence Clearwater Revival  |  Grateful Dead  |  Billy Squier

WHEN?

Saturday, July 23rd (12pm – 11pm) AND Sunday, July 24th (1pm – 10pm)

WHERE?

Cumming Fairgrounds | 235 Castleberry Rd. Cumming, GA 30040

THINGS TO NOTE:

1) Bring your lawn chair if you plan on enjoying the show from the floor

2) No coolers, tents, outside food or drinks will be allowed in

3) No pets allowed at the fairgrounds

4) Gates open at 12pm on Saturday & 1pm on Sunday

 

JULY 24, 2022

2PM – 10PM

25 years of Jackyl. From the moment their first album was released in 1992, the band has defied gravity. They were introduced at a time that rock music was taking a drastic turn toward the “shoe gazing” and the “anti-star” alternative music and/or the grunge of Seattle. No one would have bet on this band to make any kind of a showing. The possibility that this band would hang a platinum record on the wall was slim-to-none, had it not been for one key factor……the band had beat the road relentlessly and there was that ALMIGHTY fan base. A solid base of straight up blue-collar rockers that looked at each Jackyl show as more like a family reunion. The band never looked back and has never shied away from its signature “Lumberjack” chainsaw. Whereas other bands may have chosen to distance themselves from such, Jackyl embraced it, the same as Angus wearing his school boy outfit, Kiss wearing their make-up or Iron Maiden having Eddie come out onto the stage. Give the people what they want and more. And there was more, “I Stand Alone”, “Down On Me”, “When Will It Rain”, “Dirty Little Mind” … All charting top-10 Rock Radio Singles. Then there were the stunts. Pulling up to a K-MART on top of a Father’s Day sidewalk sale because Walmart refused to carry their first album had a song called, “She Loves My Cock”. Then there was the Longhorn Steak House incident, where Jesse surprised some heavy weight radio station program directors with his chainsaw, and it turned into a class action lawsuit costing the band over one million dollars. Now after 25 years that first album has sold approximately 2 million copies.