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Friday August 23, 2019



  • The Zoo
    The Zoo
    Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm

    Location: The Main Stage, Farmington Polo Club

    Bio: Why would anyone remember June 12, 1994? Well, that's the day of the famous O.J. Simpson slow-speed chase. It was also the day of The Zoo's very first live engagement and they've been running at high-speed ever since. Their skyrocketing popularity has been highlighted by an appearance on TRL (Total Request Live) hosted by Carson Daly, as well as appearances on MTV's Ultimate Cover Band contest, the latter of which culminated in The Zoo reaching the prize winners' platform.

    This is a group that is just as comfortable performing at a posh gala as they are performing in front of a raucous beach crowd. Nobody knows how to keep a party going like front man and founding member, Randall John. He and female lead vocalist Ginger DeVito front this powerhouse of a band.

    http://www.thezooband.com

Saturday August 24, 2019



  • The Zoo
    The Sulls
    Time: 9:00am - 11:00am

    Location: The Mobile Stage, Farmington Polo Club

    Bio: The Sulls are a fresh cover band capable of adapting to any of your entertainment needs! Fronted by brothers, Brendan and Kyle Sullivan, The Sulls have been rocking at corporate events, weddings, bars/breweries, theaters, charities and everything in between. The uniqueness of The Sulls comes from their ability to put a novel spin on not only the classics but todays hits as well.

  • The Zoo
    Ian Biggs Band
    Time: 12:30pm - 2:30pm

    Location: The Mobile Stage, Farmington Polo Club

    Bio: Ian Biggs is a singer/songwriter from New Haven, Connecticut, who denies the label of a "genre." The musical journey of his latest collection of material will take you from the quiet depths of a weathered soul to the heart-pounding, rug-cutting thrill of being alive.

    Ian has worked as a session guitarist/vocalist for many acts as well as a toured with Jesse McCartney (808 Records), Katy Tiz (Atlantic Records), Edisun (EMI), Nicole Frechette, Marjorie Lee, and was an instrumental member in the indie rock band Lion's Teeth.

  • The Zoo
    Rubix Kube
    Time: 7:30pm - 10:00pm

    Location: The Main Stage, Farmington Polo Club

    Bio: Bio: For over a decade, RUBIX KUBE has taken the universe by storm as the most original '80s tribute band of all time! Its one-of-a-kind, ever-evolving and interactive "The EIGHTIES STRIKE BACK Show" captivates public & private audiences of all ages. From their NYC headquarters, to our U.S. troops overseas, The KUBE rocks for the coolest fans in the most prestigious venues across the globe . . and galaxies far, far away. More than just a cover band, "The EIGHTIES STRIKE BACK Show" is like the rad lovechild of a Rock concert and a Broadway musical - from a honeymoon down Electric Avenue!

    RUBIX KUBE is led by a male & female dynamic duo of karma chameleons, able to transform in the-blink-of-an-eye into any of your favorite '80s icons, personifying in sight and sound. It's like Madonna, Michael Jackson, Cher, Prince, Devo, Bon Jovi, Boy George, Paula Abdul, Guns N' Roses and more teleport right before your eyes on the same stage, in one concert! The band dazzles with some of the most talented & versatile musicians in the entertainment business, including Steve Brown & P.J. Farley of the million-selling band TRIXTER. All are decked out in vibrant & vintage threads and with enough hairspray to take down Freddy Krueger, The Terminator, Beetlejuice and all The Gremlins at once. Together, The KUBE is able to crank out '80s Pop, Rock, New Wave, Dance and Hair Metal hits, and perform them just like the originals - yet with their own gnarly twist.

Sunday August 25, 2019



  • The Zoo
    Timothee Lovelock
    Time: 8:00am - 10:00am

    Location: The Mobile Stage, Farmington Polo Club

    Bio: Timothee Lovelock was born in 1985 in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of eight, he moved to Florida, where his father began teaching him to play the violin. After ten years of intense classical training, he went on to graduate from the Alexandra W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in Palm Beach, Florida.

    Lovelock, who has a love for many styles of music, decided to apply his classical violin skills to different genres. He became an event D.J., who plays the live violin while simultaneously spinning records. His unique performances have been described as "show stopping" and "the best party entertainment ever.

  • The Zoo
    Drew Angus Band
    Time: 11:00am - 2:00pm

    Location: The Mobile Stage, Farmington Polo Club

    Bio: A promising young voice in songwriting, Drew Angus is just the kind of new blood that makes pop music so enduring. With indelible hooks, savvy craftsmanship, and city informed lyrics, he brings a certain verve to his work that has resonated with audiences and fellow performers alike. His work ethic and effortless appeal have led him down some pretty amazing paths. He has appeared on Saturday Night Live with Jimmy Fallon, he was a finalist on the Farewell Season of American Idol, has had the opportunity to share the stage with Nile Rogers, Harry Styles, Will Evans (Barefoot Truth), Anders Osborne, Marc Broussard, Nakia from Season 1 of the Voice, and was a 2017 USA Songwriting Contest finalist with his song "Brother".

  • The Zoo
    Flame The Band
    Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm

    Location: The Main Tent, Farmington Polo Club

    Bio: Bio: Flame is a group of talented musicians with powerful vocals, smooth harmonies and a rich array of instruments, the 10-person cover band from Gloversville, NY happens to have disabilities.

    Flame was born at a 2003 talent show put on by Lexington, an agency that supports people with developmental disabilities. Michelle King won the contest with her singing and expressed a desire to start a band. Lexington held open auditions and others joined King. Like many bands, Flame started small as a recreational band within the agency and gradually gained momentum outside of Lexington. Today, Flame is known and celebrated worldwide for their music and inspirational message.

    Flame's mission is to change the world through music. They inspire people with disabilities and give hope to them and their families - hope that they can do great things and live a fun and fulfilling life. Flame's performances help change how the public perceives people with disabilities and increase the awareness and acceptance of all people, regardless of their differences. Flame has a busy schedule and performs more than 70 paid performances per year, touring the greater Northeast area and beyond in a custom bus. Flame gives concerts at national and statewide conventions, corporate conferences, civic events, schools, dances and private parties. Their repertoire includes more than 100 classic rock, pop, country and blues songs from the past 50 years, as well as some original tracks.



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