PROUDLY CELEBRATING 20 WONDERFUL YEARS OF MUSIC - CULTURE & FAMILY, ALL THANKS TO YOU!

THREE SISTERS PARK
MAY 28-29-30 2021
CHILLICOTHE, ILLINOIS

 

THE CAMPFIRE


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Summer Camp Memories: Camp Counselor Amanda

(Image courtesy of Emerald Elements)  Hello. This is Camp Counselor Amanda and I am happy to announce a new series of blogs that will be headed your way in anticipation of the 20th year of Summer Camp! We plan on bringing you information on the history of Summer Camp from a wide variety of different angles.  So, sit back, grab… more >>

Umphrey’s at the Speedway

SCampers are used to rainy shows but boy, were we in for a wet and wild ride last weekend in Atlanta! My weekend started at 4:20am on Friday in Chicago, armed with two carry on bags and a passport to fly. While I previously attended Umphreys’s McGee at the Drive-Inn in Chicago, I was really stoked to see how similar… more >>

Manic Focus – Lost in a Digital World (Remixed) [Album Review]

(Summer Camp 2017 image by Keith Griner) Last fall, Summer Camp Music Festival staple Manic Focus (aka JmaC) released his latest album Lost in a Digital World. The album contains twelve diverse tracks and artist features including Dominic Lalli, Russ Liquid and Chrishira Perrier (who can be found on GRiZ’s track My Friends and I Pt.3). Now, fans get to… more >>

Boogie T.ime at the Lakeshore Drive-In

We thought 45 degrees was rough for a drive-in… add some rain! Despite the weather, it didn’t stop Chicago from pulling up to the Lakeshore Drive-In Saturday night for a triple feature including live sets from Boogie T, HE$H, and AYJAY. Cars packed into the Adler Parking Lot rain-ready with umbrellas, rain coats, onesies, patio umbrellas, and even pop-up tents… more >>

GRiZ – Chasing The Golden Hour, Pt. 3 [ALBUM REVIEW]

(Image by Emerald Elements) A new GRiZ project is exactly what we needed as the summer winds down and drifts into autumn. During quarantine, G kept us afloat with some heavy bangers (literally – Bangerz [5]), house-y dance hit “Could U” and an epic hip-hop infused single in “Medusa” with Wreckno. There haven’t been any live shows since we’ve been… more >>
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