The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


August 25, 2013

That's entertainment

JOHNSTOWN — The following is the performance schedule for the 25th Cambria City Ethnic Festival:



8 p.m.: Johnstown Classic Rockers.

ACRP/former St. Columba’s school

7 p.m.: Tree.

Art Works

7:30 p.m.: Brian Bearer.

9 p.m.: Flo N’at, a hula hoop dance group.

Holy Cross

6 p.m.: Bo Moore.

7 p.m.: Midnight Graffiti.

St. Mary

4 p.m.: Jerry Intihar.

7 p.m.: YUM.


6 p.m.: P.T. Cruiser


4 p.m.: Jason Dewitt.

5 p.m.: Jessica Saenz.

6 p.m.: Fine Wives (duo).

7 p.m.: Anti-Corn League (trio).

8 p.m.: Kulani Dance Group.

9:40 p.m.: Stone Bridge Blues.



4 p.m.: All-Star Jam Band.

8 p.m.: Cajun Norm and the Jam Session Band.

ACRP/former St. Columba’s school

2 p.m.: Dead Irish Blues, indoors.

2 p.m.: Irish Pretenders, outside.

7 p.m.: Tree.

Art Works

2:30 p.m.: Johnstown Concert Ballet.

8 p.m.: Theresa and Ray.


Bottle Works

3 p.m.: Backyard Rockers.

7 p.m.: Johnstown Folk Dancers.

Holy Cross

3 p.m.: Split Resistance.

7 p.m.: The Conniptions.


1 p.m.: Rhinelanders.

5:30 p.m.: Michael O’Brian.

St. Mary

1 p.m.: Harold Betters Jazz Quartet.

5 p.m.: Slavjane Folk Dancers.

7 p.m.: YUM.


3 p.m.: Tertium Quid.

4 p.m.: Painted By Millions.

5 p.m.: Justin Garman (solo).

6 p.m.: The Cash Review (band).

7 p.m.: Crew of the Half Moon (duo).

8:20 p.m.: One Track Mynd (full band).

9:40 p.m.: The Groove Gathering.

Sept. 1


1:30 p.m.: Rhinelanders.

8 p.m.: Stone Bridge Blues.

Art Works

3 p.m.: Ed Schoeneck.

Holy Cross

2 p.m.: Broken Spoke.

3 p.m.: Johnstown Tomahawk hockey mascot.



10 a.m.: Polka Mass with Rosie and the Jammers.

Noon: Whiskey River Panhandlers.

4 p.m.: Full Kilt.

St. Mary

1 p.m.: Rhythm-Masters.

5 p.m.: Cajun Norm and the Jam Session Band.


1 p.m.: AM Squared.

2 p.m.: Melville Walbeck (duo).

3 p.m.: YRS (trio).

4 p.m.: Striped Maple Hollow.

5 p.m.: To be announced.

6:20 p.m.: Rick Cosgrove with Blue Piranha.

7:40 p.m.: Anna Pihs (solo).

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