Entertainment is a large part of the Kiwanis Apple Festival. With new performers throughout the day, there is always a lovely set to enjoy.
Here is our Entertainment Line-Up for 2019 (Tentative Schedule)
11:30am Josh Mulla
12:00pm Kate Stevens
1:00pm Rockin’ Rebels
2:00pm Lucid Diversity
3:00pm Suzi Martin
3:30pm Six by Six
10:30am Mitch Belot
11:30am Carly Joy Cooper
1:00pm Carly Joy Cooper
2:00pm Mitch Belot
3:00 pm Gina Davis
Gina is a vocalist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based on the West Coast. She has performed and toured as a soloist and band member with groups throughout the US and Canada.
Gina sings lead vocals with the Seattle based roots trio, WoodsDay, and contributes her original songwriting, guitar and vocals to her harmony loving sister group, The New Davis Sisters. Equally at home as a vocalist and instrumentalist, her musical journey has seen her performing extensively with Seattle based band, The Filthy FemCorps. They have appeared at festivals and venues throughout the northwest and beyond including Bumbershoot, Northwest Folklife, Honk Fest Austin, Honk!BC and more.
Gina studied classical Music Performance and later Music Education at the University of Victoria. She has found her true passion in roots music where she delights in teaching, leading workshops, performing and songwriting with fellow roots musicians across the Northwest.
Josh "Oak" Mulla
Josh Mulla is a sound engineer/musician and Camp Director from Calgary, AB. His "normal" job is directing all the programs at Kamp Kiwanis, but in his spare time he can be found practicing and writing music. You can expect to hear a variety of covers from bands like Tallest Man on Earth, Bright Eyes, and The Black Keys.