Friday, August 18th – Sunova Main Stage

Doc Walker
Stonewall Quarry Days is pleased to present a FREE concert, Doc Walker on Friday, August 18th, 2017 on the Sunova Mainstage!

Friday, August 18th – Beer Garden Stage

Past The Perimeter
Catch Past The Perimeter on the Beer Garden Stage on Friday, August 18th at 10PM!

Free Daily Entertainment Stage

Sponsored by Maple Leaf Construction
Main Street and 3rd Ave S, in front of Southside Service


12 PM – Robin Chestnut
Extreme juggler, Robin Chestnut has been wowing audiences for over 20 years. His championship quality skills have taken him around the world, but it’s his affable personality that wins your heart. With a wry wit, steady hands, and a truly odd skill set, he’s the juggler you don’t want to miss!

1PM – Crossroads
“Crossroads” is a small town band that can be heard playing all types and styles of country music, ranging from your country
classics to today’s top hits! “Crossroads” has had the honors of winning the 2014 Battle of the Band’s in Warren, and playing at the Burton Cummings Theater. Crossroads members are 5 Metis Men from the Interlake area that
have grown up listening to Metis and country music and have a passion for music that can be heard in their upbeat fiddle
songs, and heartwarming harmonies.

2PM – The Boy & The Sea
The Boy & The Sea is a breath of fresh air on the Winnipeg music scene. The band is fronted by vocalist Mike Burnard, electric guitarist Jay Reddecopp, Luke Jacob Thiessen on bass and drummer Allen Penner. Combining contagious melodies with folk-infused rock, moving rhythms, and captivating harmonies, this Winnipeg (Steinbach) band is on the path of delivering a
sound that is craved by many.

3PM – Brad Moggie
Brad Moggie is a fiddle player from St. Ambroise, Manitoba. Brad first began playing the fiddle at the age of 10, when a fiddling program was introduced at St. Laurent School. Brad has played all over Manitoba and some of the major cities of the West Coast. A wonderfully talented young musician who is arguably one of the best of Manitoba’s Metis fiddlers.


12PM – Fubuki Daiko
Fubuki Daiko reinvents traditional Japanese drumming with their eclectic and energetic performances that are part martial arts athleticism, part meditation, and all rhythm. For over twenty years they have performed at festivals, concert halls and schools across North America. Collaborations with a wide range of groups including the Winnipeg Singers, Moses Mayes
Family Funk Band, he Northern Plains Ballet, and Ron Paley’s Big Band, have continued to fuel their pursuit of excellence and innovation in this ancient art form.

1PM – Two Crows for Comfort
Though debuting in early 2017, ‘Two Crows for Comfort’ are no strangers to the stage. Having played in several popular Winnipeg groups, (Hey Rube, Blue Rubies, Rhia Rae) Erin Corbin and Cory Sulyma – often accompanied on stage by local notable musicians Ben Mak-Wiebe and Lachlan McLean – finally joined forces to begin a journey of their own. Filled with rich harmonies, genuine, heart warming (and breaking) lyrics, the folk-roots duo spins stories into songs and songs into stories. With their adventure just beginning, ‘Two Crows for Comfort’ plan to make their presence known in the industry
and see just how far they can fly.

2PM – Kendra Kay
The 2015 Manitoba Country Music Association (MCMA) Female Artist Of The Year and winner of 730 CKDM’s Battle of the Bands at the 2015 Dauphin’s Countryfest, Kendra Kay, of Elkhorn Manitoba, is much more than a simple up and comer. Armed with a smoking young energetic band, Kendra’s musical journey has taken her on a thrilling ride so far, with the release of her debut EP in 2014, national radio tour, countless industry showcases, and an ever-growing list of venues, festivals, and
events to perform.

3PM – All the King’s Men
All The Kings Men have been thrilling Sunday night pub crawlers with their powerhouse sets at the King’s Head Pub in Winnipeg since 2000. Their exciting forays into a fusion of rock, blues, and R&B made Sunday Night at the Head the place to be until 2016. “The Men possess a true group sound and approach” feeding off each other’s musical statements. There’s no one individual star, but everyone contributing to the energy of the band.