Event Schedule

2022 Rain Day Entertainment Performances

(Follow Rain Day Facebook page for updates & to see performances periodically on July 29th)

Thank you! 

For being our Main Stage &  Second Stage Sponsor!

Main Stage location is on E. Wayne Street
(
In front of Monument Park)

Tyler Jeffries

9:50 a.m. – National Anthem

16-year-old son of Carol and Charlie Jeffries of Waynesburg.  Tyler is a student at Waynesburg Central High School, where he participates in theater and preforms in the musicals at the high school.  He is a student at LPS Guitar, where he studies voice and guitar with Lucien Schroyer as his instructor.  As part of his musical instruction, Tyler has been performing in Open Mic events since 2016 and has performed at Rain Day, Art Blast on the Mon Festival and The Sounds of Summer at the Lions Club Park. He has an eclectic taste of music from classic rock greats like the Beatles, Queen, and CCR, to the crooner style of Frank Sinatra and Michael Bublé, and an occasional touch of country.

10:00 a.m. – Noon

18 Strings

18 Strings is an acoustic trio hailing from Morgantown West Virginia featuring Andrew Tuck of the Greens, Greg Thurman of Shelf-Life String Band, and Chris Jones. 18 Strings plays everything from bluegrass favorites to arrangements of British Classic Rock, Country, Folk, Americana, and originals

Noon -7pm

Inflatable games provided by E.L.F. Entertainment

Noon

American Judo Hapkido (Gray Dance Stage)

12:30pm

Magic on the Run Magic Show

12:30-2:30 p.m.

Smoke & Mirrors

SMOKE & MIRRORS are a Two Man Band from Pennsylvania with a FULL Band Sound! They are a very unique band. Who play Classic Rock and Originals Including: The Beatles, Bob Seger, The Eagles, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, Grand Funk Railroad, CCR, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Styx, The Doors and many more!

Glen Whoolery (Vocals & Guitar) and Rick Reed (Bass, Keyboards and Vocals) have been playing together in bands for over 30 years.  Come see this exciting band in action!

Drew Johnson’s love of music started when he was in elementary school, where he sang in a choir, once he started high school he started writing and recording music.  Drew is a country music singer and songwriter originally form North Cary, North Carolina.  He has lived and performed in Nashville Tennessee.  Drew has been entertaining crowds all over.   Drew has been residing in Greene County for the past 6 years with his family.   Drew’s single “Off the tracks” is an upbeat, gritty country song with a twist of southern rock.  Drew possesses an originality in song writing that stems from numerous musical influences, with family favorites such as Brian Davis and his mother’s band, Full Circle.  He grew up listening to Third Eye Blind, Lynyrd Skynyrd, AC/DC, Keith Urban and Garth Brooks, all playing a part in Drew’s musical Style.  As a musician Drew has shared the stage with Brian Davis, Ricky Young, Cassadee Pope, Buddy Jewell, Rob Snyder, Channing Wilson and more.

2:30p.m.

EQT REC Center Tumbling, Cheer and group exercise demo

(Gray Dance Stage)

2:30pm

Magic on the Run Magic Show

 

Strolling Characters provided by P.G.H. Party Creations, LLC

3pm– PJ Masks

4pm-Chase & Marshall of Paw Patrol

5pm-Buzz & Woody of Toy Story

6pm-Poppy Troll & Spiderman

 

3:00p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

No More Daisies

Formed in Summer 2021, No More Daisies is a unique variety band from Pittsburgh, PA who is taking the music scene by storm. Fronted by Award-Winning Singer / Songwriter, Jessa Pontier, No More Daisies brings together a fresh and inviting sound, with Jessa’s powerful, haunting, and sultry tones of her voice, captivating the audience and resonating the soul in every performance. Band members, Jessa Pontier, Joe Bray and Chris Ferree, No More Daisies is multi-talented. Music has always come naturally to each band member, from never taking a music lesson, to songwriting and producing, to the versatility of playing various instruments. The Front Lead, Jessa, has won numerous national and world-wide songwriting contests. Other members of No More Daisies attended Berklee School of Music for their artistic abilities, and have written and produced several original songs.  Original music will, also, be released in 2022 by No More Daisies. Be on the lookout for this up-and-coming group. No More Daisies is definitely a band you don’t want to miss! 

5:00 p.m.

Gray Dance Stage
 (Center for Performing Arts Center Carmichaels)

5:30 p.m.

Miss Rain Day Contestants

6:00 p.m. 

Company K Moment of Silence

Award presentations-Window decorating, Baby Rain Day, Jack McCracken Award, Special Events Donations


Headliner Performance

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Buckwild

Buckwild is a Rocking Country Cover Band, hailing from Pittsburgh, PA. With members from bands like Christian Beck Band, The Hillbilly Way, 1985, Chris Higbee Project, Stampede, and Whiskey High, Buckwild delivers a top-notch live show experience for all ages.  Buckwild’s song list is made up of today’s best country hits from A-Z and few well known Classic Rock Anthems.  Buckwild’s high energy show is sure to entertain all types of concert goers.  You can check out Full Band page Buckwildpgh.com 

2022 Rain Day Entertainment

 Second Stage performers
(In Fountain Park/College Park)

10:00a.m
Umbrella Contest (Line-up 9:45a.m.)

10:45a.m.
Diaper Derby Contest (Line-up 10:30a.m.)

11:00 a.m.

The Craigs

“The Craigs” are an acoustic duo from Morgantown, West Virginia. David and Mary Beth have known each other for over 40 years, and have been married for over 20 of them. Both graduated from West Virginia University, and you could say those “Country Roads” have finally brought them back home to West Virginia. David and Mary Beth enjoyed playing music together for their own fun and entertainment, but in 2010 while living in Indonesia, they started performing at private events to fundraise for local charities. They also performed with other musicians at local festivals as the “Bintang” band. Since then, they have performed at weddings, wineries, restaurants, private parties, and outdoor events. The Craig’s repertoire includes an eclectic mix of covers from the 1920’s to the present as well as originals. David favors the jazz/swing standards, and Mary Beth leans more toward acoustic rock and country so they offer a great variety of music for you to enjoy.

Noon
Miss Rain Drop Contest (Mini, Little & Jr. Miss)

Noon-2:30pm 
JMS Balloonist (Kids Zone) 

Noon – 7p.m. (Kids Zone)
Children’s Games by Waynesburg First Assembly &
Jeff Harris Caricatures 

1:00 p.m.

Trenton Antill

Trenton Antill is an Indie Rock musician from Greensboro, Pennsylvania. Since 2018, Trenton has been writing, recording, and performing music, blending his love of playing and his passion for writing. Trenton has accomplished many achievements in his short time performing, some of these achievements include performing for numerous festivals including Lancaster, PA’s “Launch Festival.” He has also gotten the opportunity to play at Nashville’s famous “Commodore,” and “Live Oak.” Trenton hopes to bring his audience the same love and emotion for music that he has wherever he performs!

2:30 p.m.

Lucien

Lucien is a musician and songwriter who resides in Morgantown, WV, that owns and operates LPS Guitar, which is a teaching, rehearsal, and luthier studio located at West Virginia Music Center in Morgantown, WV. At LPS Guitar, Lucien instructs students in a variety of genres of voice, guitar, bass, ukulele, banjo, piano composition, and music theory. Every month, Lucien has his students perform at Art Bar and Flour & Feed, which are located in Morgantown, WV. Lucien is the guitarist, bassist, and back up singer for Cassidy Paige and the lead singer and lead guitarist of the progressive rock/punk band Madison Lately, as well as a singer and guitarist in the 90’s Rock cover band Finding Gravity. He us continually performing solo vocal/guitar and Classical guitar shows throughout the tri-state area. He also books live music for Flour & Feed and Chimney Corner in Ansted, WV.

3:30-5:30 
JMS Balloonist (Kids Zone)

3:30p.m.

Tyler Jeffries

Tyler Jeffries, 16-year-old son of Carol and Charlie Jeffries of Waynesburg.  Tyler is a student at Waynesburg Central High School, where he participates in theater and preforms in the musicals at the high school.  He is a student at LPS Guitar, where he studies voice and guitar with Lucien Schroyer as his instructor.  As part of his musical instruction, Tyler has been performing in Open Mic events since 2016 and has performed at Rain Day, Art Blast on the Mon Festival and The Sounds of Summer at the Lions Club Park. He has an eclectic taste of music from classic rock greats like the Beatles, Queen, and CCR, to the crooner style of Frank Sinatra and Michael Bublé, and an occasional touch of country.


4:30 p.m.

Zachary Brewer

Zachary Brewer is a 16-year-old sophomore at Mapletown Jr/Sr. High School in Greensboro, PA. 

He started guitar lessons 5 years ago and loves to perform country music. His musical inspiration is Johnny Cash. He has been a guitar student at LPS Guitar for 3 years and began vocals 1 year ago.

Zachary also plays baseball for his high school team, the Maples. He enjoys fishing, hunting and hanging out with his family and friends.  He works in the summer as a lifeguard for Greene County Department of Recreation.

6p.m. – 8p.m. 

Cassidy Paige

Cassidy Paige is a Country, Rock, and Bluegrass band that formed in the heart of Greene County, PA. Cassidy Paige, lead vocalist, is 21 years old and from Graysville, Pennsylvania. She is a licensed cosmetologist and is currently working at Michaels Hair Studio in Waynesburg. Cassidy has been singing since she was about 5 years old and started taking vocal lessons and performing at 12. Lucien, rhythm and lead guitar, bass, and vocals, owns and operates LPS Guitar in Morgantown, WV. He is a singer-songwriter and composer, who performs a variety of genres. The most prominent genres are Progressive Rock, Flamenco, Neo-classical, Blues, and Jazz. Lucien also books live music for Flour & Feed and Chimney Corner in West Virginia. Lucien’s solo album, “Frame of Mind” is set to release Summer, 2022. Graham Sterling, piano, banjo, fiddle, and vocals, is a piano performance student at West Virginia University, who plays at many different venues in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. He is well-versed in Classical, Rock, Blues, and Country music. Graham enjoys hunting and fishing.  Samuel James (Cajón), born and raised in Lewisburg, WV, is a 21-year-old singer-songwriter. He is currently working on his debut album and learning the ins and outs of what crafts a song. His smooth and soulful voice shows many more years than he has under his belt. Together, the members of Cassidy Paige bring an intense and colorful blend of sounds to Country, Rock, and Bluegrass. 

8:30p.m. EQT Fireworks

 

Fireworks can be viewed from your yard, parks, or your favorite spot in town!

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and don’t forget your umbrella!

Thank you!

For being our Main Stage &  Second Stage Sponsor!