Chiller’s Musical Madness-Sunday Edition

The musical fun, or madness if you want comes to a close on Sunday. We bring to a close the return of Snowfest well known to the area. Both acts have long histories of playing throughout the region and we are happy to bring them to the stage to close out a great weekend!

At the Neshotah Stage

12:00-3:00  Happy Schnapps Combo

What would a Wisconsin Festival be without the Happy Schnapps Combo? Since 1988 concert goers have loved the polka anthems like, “The Bears Still Suck” and “No I Don’t Wanna Do That” pumped out across festivals and bars alike. The band featuring Otto, Horst, Wenzel, Wolfgang and Helmut are a sight to be seen. Make sure you have a good seat and cold beer for this one. Just in case you don’t know their unique sound, here’s one of the local favorites in this region, “The Bears Still Suck”:

Check here if you want to know a little more about them:

 3:30-5:00  Running Blind

We close out Snowfest 2020 with the rock stylings of Running Blind. This quartet of artists includes Josh VanEss on vocals, Scot Hoerth on lead guitar with Chris Brooks on the kit and Chad Hoerth pounding the bass. Running Blind brings its unique approach and style to current rock hits as well as a modern twist on hits from bands like Styx, Reo Speedwagon, and many more. With 15 years of experience as a group under its belt Running Blind is sure to bring a high energy and strong performance to bring Snowfest to a close. To hear Running Blind’s sound, check out their version of “Cumbersome” by Seven Mary Three

To learn a little bit more about the band:

That puts a wrap on a tremendous weekend of music. From local favorites to what we hope will become some new favorites the Friends of Two Rivers Snowfest is excited to bring Snowfest 2020 back to Two Rivers. We hope Snowfest 2021 will bring even more great music and friends back to Two Rivers.

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