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Last Update: May 12, 6:41pm



Thursday Evening, April 11 • Juneau Arts & Culture Center (JACC)
9:00pm to 9:50pm The Outsiders • Jackson, Michigan • Caller: Tom Paul
John Hatton, Steve Nordeen, Chuck Dineen, Laura Slovlin, Howie Meltzer, Judy Lungren, Bruce Schwartz, Terry O'Hara, Brian Curtis, Pete Bowers, Lori Prime
Once again coming in with irresistible old time dance tunes to move the masses
10:10pm to 11:00pm The Stinging Nettles • Juneau, Alaska • Caller: Guest Caller - T-Claw
Emma Carr, Devin tatro, Seth hooper, Dan kirkwood
Voted best looking old time string band from the Flats two years running playing tunes that will stick in your ear.
11:20pm to 12:10am The Carolina Rowdies • CORBETT, Oregon • Caller: Caroline Oakley
Caroline Oakley, Danny Constenstein, Jay Marvin, Sergei Morosan
old-time square dances

Dance Emcee: Craig Hendricks



Friday Evening, April 12 • Juneau Arts & Culture Center (JACC)
7:00pm to 7:50pm Wharf Rats • Juneau, Alaska • Caller: Odette Edgar
Tom Paul, Jack Fontanella, Chris Meade, Hot Bass Player
Fresh from summer on the docks, playing tunes that have made 1.6 million tourists rate Juneau their favorite old time music destination.
8:10pm to 8:30pm Cajun Dance Primer with The Daiquiri Queens • Lafayette, Louisiana
Learn some basics of Cajun dance with the featured dance band, The Daiquiri Queens, before their first performance.
8:30pm to 9:30pm The Daiquiri Queens - FEATURED DANCE BAND • Lafayette, Louisiana
Miriam McCracken, Jamie Lynn Fontenot, Blake Miller, Kelli Jones, Adam Cormier
Gleaning inspiration from early Cajun and Creole dance music, their sound draws you in with fiery accordion, twin fiddling and Cajun French vocals.
9:50pm to 10:40pm Hugh Joergen & the Polkamatics • Juneau, Alaska
Dale Wygant, Alan Young, Russell Strandtmann, Beth Leibowitz, Katie Giorgio, Quinn Tracy, Steve Tada, Ken Guiher, Hugh Joergen, Brian van Kirk
Kick up your heels and Polka, Waltz, Schottish and Laendler like a barbarian. Bavarian.
11:00pm to 11:50pm The Planktonics • Juneau, Alaska
Riley Woodford, Ian MacDougall, Carter Johnson, Kyle Neumann, Isani Howell, the crowd of all ages dancers
A dozen great songs you can really dance to. All of you. Tonic from the epipelagic zone - The Planktonics.

Dance Emcee: Jane Hale



Saturday Evening, April 13 • Juneau Arts & Culture Center (JACC)
7:00pm to 7:50pm Njuzu Marimba Band • Juneau, Alaska
Betsy Sims, Deb Groves, Sheli Delaney, Axel Gillam, Emily Kane, Ren Scott, Clem Taylor Roth, Grace Newman, Arne Ellefson-Carnes, Jesse Larson, Clay Good, Todd Hunt
Marimbas, drums, rumor has it maybe even some horns. Just how many people and instruments can fit onto the JACC stage? You'll just have to show up to find out!
8:10pm to 9:00pm not the legs of jake • Anchorage, Alaska • Caller: Guest Caller - T-Claw
Johnse Ostman, Peter Johnson, George Sleichter, Boom Boom, Jason Bent
a monkey and the engineers drive the train!
9:20pm to 10:20pm The Daiquiri Queens - FEATURED DANCE BAND • Lafayette, Louisiana
Miriam McCracken, Jamie Lynn Fontenot, Blake Miller, Kelli Jones, Adam Cormier
Gleaning inspiration from early Creole and Cajun dance music, their sound draws you in with fiery accordion, twin fiddling and Cajun French vocals.
10:40pm to 11:30pm Sorry in Advance • Douglas, Alaska • Caller: Tom Paul
Sergei Morosan, Amelia Budd, Nicole Lantz, Miguel Rohrbacher, Dylan Proudfoot
Boot scootin' dance tunes. If you don't swing and dance, we are Sorry in Advance.
11:50pm to 12:40am Skunk Cabbage Fever • Juneau, Alaska
Robert Bowles, Liz Rao, Craig Wilson, John Lager, Jeffrey Trout
We are a very eclectic band. Some country, some rock and..?

Dance Emcee: Kevin D'mello