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San Marin Penguin Robotics

Kiwanis Stage – 12:00 PM
Wednesday, June 19
Penguin Empire is Marin County’s only FIRST Robotics Team. Established in 2007, it is a group of dedicated High School Students who are inspired by Science, Technology, Engineering and most of all Robotics! Come check out this incredible production.

Michelle Lambert

Kiwanis Stage – 5:00 PM
Wednesday, June 19
Michelle Lambert is the kind of electric performer whose deep talent reveals itself in sly, knowing bursts. Whether it’s goosing the expectation of a breezy pop-country tune with a confident hip-hop-flavored flow, an aching desire slipping out from between the lyrics of a ballad, or the way Michelle dominates every inch of the stage before wielding her violin in classic rock goddess mode. Michelle Lambert is a genre-defying 21st century talent with a lot on her mind! On stage she is backed by a slamming rhythm-driving acoustic guitar, heavily influenced by Ed Sheeran. Together, Michelle and her guitarist, create an edgy, acoustic driven sound that is fresh and energetic.

Chris Mabrey - Hypnotist & Comedian

Kiwanis Stage – Daily Shows
Chris Mabrey is the master of comedy hypnosis. He has become known nationwide as one of the most ENTERTAINING, AMUSING, HYSTERICAL SHOWS in the country, from coast to coast. Chris uses his incredible stage presence, witty style and expertise to captivate audiences and make memorable experiences that last a lifetime.Chris has an unbelievable knack on stage since he grew up on it. His witty personality, charm and experience now give him the understanding and capability to entertain any size and/or age of an audience. Chris Mabrey has not only performed stage shows for the last 14 years, becoming one of the hottest names in the industry, but also focuses on personal growth. He has earned a degree as a master hypnotist, hypnotherapist, psychotherapist and a Masters in NLP. Please refer to the daily schedule for show times.

Me & You

Kiwanis Stage – 5:00 PM
Thursday, June 20
Brother and sister, Connor & Karlee Hormell, front the americana band me&you. The siblings grew up in Sacramento, CA spending much of their time in the Sierra Nevada mountains, only to find themselves living in a campervan in the backcountry of New Zealand in late 2016. Among the love, hate, confusion, and frustration that comes with traveling halfway around the world to “find yourself”, the siblings wrote their latest EP Chasing Trails (2018) and luckily through music, realized they were never lost. Having grown up together playing music, the duo blend their folk/americana/country roots to create a wall of sound on stage, garnering them opportunities to open for artists like Kris Allen, Crystal Bowersox, and more. The’ve played music festivals with Odesza, Bastille, Blue October, and Chvrches. The duo toured with Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter John Paul White (Civil Wars) in October 2018, packing rooms for promoters Soda Bar, Noise Pop, and Mississippi Studios. Following their headlining Spring 2019 tour, the band joined Devin Dawson on the road to ramp up the summer in California.

World's Ugliest Dog® Contest

Kiwanis Stage – 6:00 PM
Friday, June 21
For nearly 30 years, the World’s Ugliest Dog® Contest has been a testament that the pedigree does not define the pet. Dogs of all breeds and sizes have warmed our hearts and filled our lives with unconditional love. This world-renowned event celebrates the imperfections that make all dogs special and unique. The day begins with Pet Fest, which is an afternoon of vendors sharing information on pet care and adoption. At 5:15 there will be some pre-contest entertainment and guests will gather to save their seats. At 6:00 the main event begins as each pup and handler bask in the limelight as they are escorted along the red carpet to show off their unique beauty to the judges, international media, celebrity host, and fans. It’s a wonderful show of pageantry and pride. And while fun and entertaining, the contest speaks to the importance of advocating for the adoration of all animals and the benefits of adopting. Many of the contestant dogs have been rescued from shelters and puppy mills, to find loving homes in the hands of those willing to adopt. Please join us in raising awareness and support for the pets yet to be placed in a loving home..

Ballet Folklorico

Kiwanis Stage – 2:00 & 3:00 PM
Saturday June 22
Ballet Folklorico is a Mexican dance of swirling skirts, colors, and beauty. Each Folklorico company presents dancers of the traditional culture of Mexico to reflect various regions. It is a beautiful display of movement and transition. Enjoy the beat of the dance and witness a story of tradition and celebration. Please refer to the schedule as each performance is by a different Folklorico company.

McKenna Faith

Kiwanis Stage – 5:00 PM
Saturday June 22
McKenna Faith is a country music singer/songwriter and recording artist, born and raised in Northern California. While pursuing her passion for horses, she had an impressive career as a champion barrel racer. She began performing the National Anthem, which led to half-time performances- and her love for music took over. She traded rodeo weekends and her saddle for a mic and guitar. McKenna began writing and recording music at 13 and started touring. She was a finalist in a songwriting competition and was flown to Nashville for the first time. Though she did not win, she fell in love with Music City and knew she had to live there one day. Over the years, she flew back and forth to Nashville, while still touring the country. When she turned 21, she made the big move and to call Nashville home permanently. She has toured internationally with country music’s biggest names, was the number-one selling Independent Female Country Artist on iTunes, and her debut single to country radio Somethin’ Somethin’ cracked the Top 100 on the country charts.

Dancers of the Desert

Kiwanis Stage – 1:00 PM
Sunday, June 23
Enjoy the dance of the desert, a secret dance originated in Egypt far from the prying eyes of politics. A dance of expression, the dessert dancers tell stories through movement. Unlike many Western dance forms, the focus of the dance is on isolations of the torso muscles, rather than on movements of the limbs through space. Although some of these isolations appear similar to the isolations used in jazz ballet, they are sometimes driven differently and have a different feeling or emphasis.The rhythmic percussive movements paired with fluid shimmies and vibrations are spell binding.

Ballet Folklorico

Kiwanis Stage – 2:00 & 2:30 PM
Sunday June 23
Ballet Folklorico is a Mexican dance of swirling skirts, colors, and beauty. Each Folklorico company presents dancers of the traditional culture of Mexico to reflect various regions. It is a beautiful display of movement and transition. Enjoy the beat of the dance and witness a story of tradition and celebration. Please refer to the schedule as each performance is by a different Folklorico company.

Journey Revisited

Kiwanis Stage – 4:30 PM
Sunday, June 23
Since 2011, Journey Revisited dedicates themselves to replicating the sound of classic Journey through their spectacular live performances. These exceptional musicians cover all of the fan favorites from Don’t Stop Believin’ and Wheel in the Sky to Any Way You Want It, Lights and many more — and they do it without pre-recorded backing tracks or digital vocal enhancements. Journey Revisited delivers the organic live sound of the album-oriented rock era, just the way you remember it. With two lead vocalists, Frank House and Kevin Jachetta bring the classic Steve Perry- Gregg Rolie sound with their authentic re-creation of Journey’s distinctive vocals. Journey Revisited is on point in recreating that classic Journey sound; you won’t find a tighter sounding band around.

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