• Suwanee Fest • September 17 & 18, 2022

Entertainment Schedule

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Saturday, September 17

Stayin’ Alive Crew | 10:40 am
Entertaining and inspiring audiences all over Atlanta and the Southeast for the past four years, The Stayin’ Alive Crew dance team consists of dancers aged 50 and up. This non-profit group performs all styles of dance (but hip hop is their favorite!) and promises to bring a smile to your face as they demonstrate that age is just a number!

World Class Taekwondo | 11:30 am
The World Class Taekwondo Demonstration Team was founded in 2021 by three world-class, accomplished grandmasters who teach traditional Taekwondo with the sole purpose of sharing Taekwondo with as many people as possible and upholding its values.

Dominik Dandar | 12:15 pm
An active musician for over half his life, Dominik performs variety of genres from classic rock to modern pop hits on both the guitar and piano. You might remember this Suwanee resident and his high-energy style from Summer Porch Jam in June!

Jason Stephens | 1:00 pm
Jason “Stat” Stephens is a multifaceted artist and an 11-time award nominee and a three-time award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, and engineer. Known for his unique ear and sound, Jason has become one of the most sought out audio engineers in the indie market.

Dalby Biehl | 2:15 pm
Fifteen-year-old Dalby Biehl writes and performs her own music that is equally relatable to your youngest sibling and your favorite grandparent. Dalby’s goal is to connect to people through music whether “it’s standing up for social justice, connecting to someone in a dark place, or just giving someone a song to scream in the car.”

Distinct Grace | 3:30 pm
Suwanee Fest favorite Distinct Grace delivers high-energy rock and roll shows with lots of crowd participation. The band has played their portfolio of cover songs and music from their four studio albums professionally across the Southeast for over ten years.

Remember When Rock Was Young – The Elton John Tribute starring Craig Meyer | 5:30 pm
Craig Meyer has traversed all four corners of the entertainment industry, making strong impressions in theatre, film, television and music. With a striking resemblance and uncanny ability to sound like the rock and roll legend, Meyer was persuaded to expand his repertoire and began impersonating Sir Elton John. Today, he is considered to be the best Elton John tribute artist in the market. This spectacular musical journey celebrates the decades of chart-topping hits by the Rocket Man ,including Benny and the Jets, Philadelphia Freedom, Crocodile Rock, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, and Candle in the Wind. A celebration of the character, costumes, and charisma of the famed pianist and singer, Meyer’s fully produced show has captivated audiences throughout the world.

Sunday, September 18

Moksha Dance | 12:10 pm
Moksha is an Indian Fusion dance troupe that mixes a variety of styles into their performances, including Bollywood, folk, classical, and hip hop, as they aim to represent the various sub-cultures and regions of India.

Dance Arts Centre | 1:00 pm
Suwanee dance studio Dance Arts Centre is home to a prestigious competitive program with numerous national titles. Their competitive dancers train in various styles of dance, such as jazz, contemporary, lyrical, open, musical theatre, acrobatics, tap, and hip hop.

Atlanta Chinese Dance Company | 2:00 pm
At nearly 100 dancers strong, the Atlanta Chinese Dance Company educates and entertains audiences about Chinese dance, history, and culture. The dance company helped showcase Atlanta to the world when it performed in the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.

Future Failure | 3:00 pm
The guys of Future Failure aren’t rock stars, but on any given Thursday, you can find them pretending to be. Born out of a desire for some post-pandemic fun, the guys got together and started banging out cover tunes that simply made them happy.

Nicholas Williams | 4:00 pm
Nicholas Williams is a multi-instrumentalist and storyteller dedicated to "playing it forward" by preserving the songs and styles that have shaped our country: ragtime, Piedmont blues, traditional folk, old time, and early country. He has spent the last 15 years touring the US, the UK, Western Europe and Australia, blending the roots music spectrum in his own style.