North Stage at Shoreview and Palmetto Avenues
Saturday, Sept 23, 2017
|11:15 am||Wall of Blues||Blues, Funk, Soul|
|1:00 pm||The Up & Down Band||Bluegrass, Country, Irish, Rock n' Roll|
|2:45 pm||The Groove Monsters||Cover, Latin, Pop, R&B, Rock|
|4:30 pm||Los Fockers Four||Covers, Rock n' Roll|
Sunday, Sept 24, 2017
|11:30 am||The Singing Lizard||Kids, Sing-a-long|
|12:45 pm||Arabesque Bellydancers||Dance, Drumming|
|2:30 pm||Sinister Dexter||Cover, Funk, Soul|
|4:15 pm||Coast Tribe||Cali Funk, Hip Hop Fusion, Reggae|
Bands and Performances
Wall of Blues Saturday 11:15 am
Playing the good-rockin’ Chicago, Delta and Texas blues, the Wall of Blues is a powerhouse of seasoned musicians.
The Up & Down Band Saturday 1:00 pm
Traditional American music played aggressively. Roughed up Bluegrass, Outlaw Country, Rock and Roll, Irish Drinking Songs. We started as loud rock/punk three piece in 2005. Added a banjo in 2008 and started doing a few country songs and got down to two drums with a standing drummer. Added a Mandolin in 2012 and started playing Irish Drinking songs. Fiddle came next and we are now a full six pack.
The Groove Monsters Saturday 2:45 pm
The Groove Monsters are a mix of popular R&B, Pop, Latin and Rock. A great lineup of seasoned musicians bring a fresh take on well known hits.
Los Fockers Four Saturday 4:30 pm
Los Fockers Four are a high energy rock cover band with screaming guitar solos and soaring vocals. A Pacifica favorite, Los Fockers brings a crowd of Rock-n-Roll lovers to have a good time.
The Singing Lizard Sunday 11:30 am
Liz DeRoche (aka The Singing Lizard) is one of the first artists to combine original and traditional children’s music with electronic, pop, and dance genres. Her live shows are interactive, high energy and entertaining. Just watch all the kids line up for a hug from The Singing Lizard after a performance and you will truly understand the connection she creates with her audience. Adults make up some of Liz’s most loyal fans, thrilled that she has inspired their children by gently encouraging the shy and channeling the exuberant to imagine, dance, and learn.
Arabesque Bellydancers Sunday 12:45 pm
The Arabesque Bellydancers and Drummers have become a staple at the Fog Fest.The dances reflect the many countries of the Middle East accompanied by middle eastern drumming.
Sinister Dexter Sunday 2:30 pm
Coast Tribe Sunday 4:15 pm
COAST TRIBE are inspired by classic reggae acts like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Steele Pulse as well as modern California reggae bands such as Slightly Stoopid, The Expendables, and Rebelution.