Upcoming Events

Friday, August 18, 10am-10pm

Hang out in the heart of downtown Casper at the brand new David Street Station during the Wyoming Eclipse Festival! We’ll have food, vendors, beer, activities, and music all day, every day!

Friday, August 18, 5pm
Chad Lore, also known as "Wyoming's One Man Band", will surprise you with his uniqueness in every show and with every song. He is hard to classify because he pretty much does everything with his music, from acoustic folk to electric rock. If you are looking for a well-rounded musician, Chad's your man.

Friday, August 18, 7pm

Barrel House offers up an energetic and eclectic mix of musical genres.  From hot-rodded southern soul, urban funk, and Sun Records rock-and-roll, to Classic blues and “Zeppelin rock,” Casper's newest high-energy band will keep your toes tapping, your hips shaking, and your soul satisfied. Formed in January 2014, Barrel House has quickly grown in its musical focus, drawing on influences and icons, old and new. It’s Blues, Rock, Funk, Delta, Porch Jam, and even the “Elaine jerk & twitch”….all rolled into one sound that is Barrel House!

Saturday, August 19, 10am-10pm

Hang out in the heart of downtown Casper at the brand new David Street Station during the Wyoming Eclipse Festival! We’ll have food, vendors, beer, activities, and music all day, every day!

Saturday, August 19, 1pm

Saturday, August 19, 2pm

The Oil City Slickers is a group of men in Casper, Wyoming who gather together in celebration of the art form known as barbershop music. We are the Casper chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Saturday, August 19, 3pm

Saturday, August 19, 4pm

Saturday, August 19, 7pm

Here's ground zero for cool ol' school Western Rebel Music. It all started when I was 8, and I had to be a performer. That led me across the US, getting my start in western Washington state, then heading to Nashville, where I spent 11 years paying some dues.Now I call Wyoming home, and I tour the western United States bringing Western Rebel Music to anyone hungry for something a little different.

Sunday, August 20, 10am-10pm

Hang out in the heart of downtown Casper at the brand new David Street Station during the Wyoming Eclipse Festival! We’ll have food, vendors, beer, activities, and music all day, every day!

Sunday, August 20, 1pm

Sunday, August 20, 2pm

Sunday, August 20, 4pm

Sunday, August 20, 5pm

John Kirlin is a one-man-band, performing a variety of original songs along with local favorite sing-alongs. John grew up in Casper, WY playing music in various groups playing anything from country, jazz, or even heavy metal. With songs reflecting the high plains lifestyle, his whiskey-driven energy will captivate you from beginning to end.

Sunday, August 20, 7pm

The band began in the summer of 1991 as an acoustic duo (Denny and Stan). This duo played the sounds one would hear around campfires in every venue they would play. Gradually, the duo began adding members to form their rhythm section. Today, the band is as solid as ever.

Partial Phase Eclipse Begins

Monday, August 21, Approx. 10:20am

Totality Eclipse Begins

Monday, August 21, Approx. 11:40am

John May

Monday, August 21, 2pm

John May is a local musician and Wyoming native. John started playing at the age of 13 and began playing professionally at the age of 15 in local bars and coffee shops. Over the years John plays an eclectic array of genres from Rock, Blues, Country and Folk to Jazz. Johns musical influences have been many, John Mayer, Bob Dylan, Wes Montgomery, and Billy Joel to name a few. John is currently working on a new album and a Baccalaureate in Biology at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

Monday, August 21, 4pm

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band play true Wyoming county music. Hailing from Moorcroft, Wyoming, Chancey’s rowdy roots are presented to his audience through original music and a stunning stage show. Adored by fans all over the nation, Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band can best be described as, “The Real Deal”. Chancey has shared the stage with some of the greats, including Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Craig Morgan, and has lent direct support to country music legends Alabama and Chris Ledoux.