The peOple at Music Fights Back!

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St. Feriole Island, Bolvin Street, Prairie du Chen Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin 53821

Music Fights Back Foundation Nonprofit Organization · McGregor, Iowa MFB is a Non-Profit Organization that raises money to supply cancer patients with iPods. Music is used to treat stress and anxiety.

Come check out this awesome music festival that raises money to help children kick cancer's booty!!!

The peOple at McGregor's Lazy River Beer & Wine Festival

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Marquette Riverfront, McGregor, Iowa

Lazy River Beer & Wine Festival takes place on the banks of the Mississippi River annually in June. Come enjoy great brews, wines and food while listening to live music! A must do Summer event!

The peOple at Spook Cave Campground!

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Spook Cave Campground, 13299 Spook Cave Road, McGregor IA 52157

Family Attraction Experience Spook Cave’s unique and fun underground boat tour! As your boat enters the base of a 90′ bluff, your guide explains the discovery, development and history of the natural limestone cave and area. View stalactites and other natural formations with plenty of photo opportunities. No walking involved, fully lighted, out of the weather and always 47 degrees.

LIVE music by the peOple 6:30-8:30 in the campground.

4th of July Festival

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Riverview Bandshell, Clinton, Iowa

the peOple-

This original band of peOple has teamed up to bring you and your loved ones a dynamic, entertaining show that the whole family can enjoy. Influenced by legends from many genres, the peOple’s sound has been coined as “ghostly cowboy music”, “western gypsy folk-rock” and “…if the desert had it’s own soundtrack, the peOple would be it!” Consisting of Nashville recording artist Brooke Byam, award winning song-writer Marques Morel, prodigy lead guitarist Bo Coleman, composer and multi-instrumentalist Mike Gothard and Nashville's award-winning upright bassist Forrest Carter Rische. the peOple bring you sentimental ballads like “Just Wanna Be Loved” and “Candle In The Window” to bandit westerns like “Ride” and the ghostly “Cactus Blues”.