Meet the Bands

The Crashers

Playing Friday. Widely recognized as one of the nation’s best party bands, The Crashers are the perfect band for any occasion. With their unparalleled energy, musicianship, and professionalism, they’ll keep your event rockin’ all night long!

Band Members:
Mark Maxwell, Shane Isenberg, Howard Gittli, Geoff Gittli, Jesse Vest, and Max Maxwell.

Genre: Rockpop

Hometown: Louisville, KY

The Woomblies Rock Orchestra

Playing Friday. The Woomblies Rock Orchestra is a powerhouse of talent. 9-musicians, including a 4 piece string section, playing some of the greatest Rock and Motown music.

Genre: Classic Rock

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN

Levi Riggs

Playing Saturday. Levi Riggs is a Danville, Ind. native and Purdue University graduate.  He and his band have played across the United States opening for artists such as Jason Aldean, Travis Tritt, Alabama, Josh Turner, and more.  He has played at iconic American venues such as The Grand Ole Opry, The Superbowl, Kentucky Derby, and Daytona 500.  Levi won the 95.5 WMFS NashNext Competition and he has scored multiple Top 40 Billboard Indicator and Music Row country chart hits in addition to racking up millions of online streams.  His set list is customizable to each show.  To request a song, text “LEVI” to the number 55433.

Genre: Rock, Country

Hometown: Danville, IN

The Flying Toasters

Playing Saturday. “A Non-Stop Party Band Experience”

Self-described as a party band, The Flying Toasters… formed in late 2003 by Jason Hayes and his father Bill Hayes, began playing shows in March 2004. Bill has since retired and moved to Florida, but the group continues on and plays about 100 to 150 shows per year.

“We’re very blessed to be able to perform in a variety of different environments. There’s something special about playing outside,” said Jason Hayes, who performs as a singer, guitar player and occasional drum player for the band.

Band members said the group likes to play a mix of classic hits while inserting random songs into the playlist, saying it brings a life to their show that draws in old fans and new ones, too.

“The nice thing about being off-the-cuff, a set list might not be the best choice because you don’t know who will be there,” said Hayes. “The plan is to not have a plan.”

Singer Holly Streit said she met Hayes through the music pastor at their church. And because she grew up in a musical family, she has even welcomed her sister Kelly Frazer into performing with The Flying Toasters.

The band said there’s no shortage of camaraderie and friendship, and that’s what makes them a cohesive unit.