Bill of Rights Plaza   
Festival Hours 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Bring your lawn chairs and sit for awhile under the shade of the beautiful chestnut tree or join in by dancing with the band on the plaza grounds.  Enjoy a variety of entertainment from traditional folk music to musical comedy and storytelling.  No matter how you look at it, entertainment on the plaza is where to be during the Arts Festival.

Brigham City Proudly Presents:


11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Fronted by the dynamic trio of singer-songwriter guitarist Shaundra Cragun, vocalist Angela Cooney, and folk and bluegrass artist, Mike Iverson, Rosewood offers a unique blend of folk, alternative, pop, rock and roots music. Fueled by an acoustic sound based on outstanding songwriting by Shaundra Cragun and the banjo and mandolin stylings of Mike Iverson, Rosewood is quickly becoming a local favorite. Rosewood delivers the perfect combination of original and cover songs that will leave you feeling great.

Many Miles
12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.

Drawing inspiration from their home at Zion National Park, Many Miles sound is best described as a blend of John Mayer, Amy Winehouse, Dave Matthews Band and Adele. With two powerhouse songwriters/lead vocalists Many Miles connects with a wide range of audiences with their funky soul/pop/rock sound and unique blend of styles.  Their Brigham City Arts Festival performance will feature lead singers and guitarist Dave Tate and Victoria Lagerström as an acoustic duo. 


Maddie Wilson
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Maddie is a 21 year old country music singer/songwriter. She started out posting videos to YouTube and now has over 300,000 fans and 25,000 views worldwide. As an experienced live performer, Maddie has shared the stage with artists including Chris Young, Lonestar, Imagine Dragons, Collin Ray, Danielle Bradbery, Lindsey Stirling and more.

Shane Jackman
2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Shane’s music has been praised as “A breathing portrait of stories brought to life” (Songwriter Monthly.) Michael Martin Murphy touted that Shane is “The real soul of America...His music will haunt you because it is poetry and his image is shaped by that poetry...Image shaped by poetry is priceless.” Priceless indeed. As Acoustic Guitar Magazine so aptly expressed, “These are songs to be envisioned and tasted and felt, and the only thing better than this CD would be Jackman and his friends around your campfire.”




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