Festivals & Tent Parties

Ah… one of the gems of the midwestern summer… town festivals and tent events. We’ll be honest with you. We love playing these events. Our energy, enthusiasm, and varied set list blend perfectly with the festival scene. Partying with hundreds or thousands of people outside under the stars is really where we belong.

These events typically have attendees of all ages and musical preferences, and our set list has a little bit of everything to appease everyone. We’ll feature some 70s classic rock, then a new pop tune, then an 80s hair band song, followed by some country. We bounce around genres and styles to keep the crowd grinning from ear to ear. And, our contagious energy on stage and our interaction with the crowd will keep them engaged all night long.

We’ve headlined summer events ranging from smaller festivals with 500 in attendance up to LARGE events with several thousand. We’ve even played a couple events with over 10,000 in attendance. Those are really fun. See below for some pics of us doing what we do at festivals. Then email or call Time Music Agency at (952) 448-4202 and book us for your summer event.

“FlashMob was a hit at the first annual Rock Cancer event held in Little Chute, WI. We had six bands play throughout the day with FlashMob as our headliner. They were the only band at our event that wasn’t from the area, and we were a little concerned that people would leave after the local band that played just before. People stayed and FlashMob exceeded everyone’s expectations.

Excellent musicians and vocalists, they are very energetic on stage and get the crowd involved. They play a great mix of music from 70′s rock to today’s music that will have the crowd dancing and singing along with every song. We asked that they learn a particular song for our benefit (Train’s “Calling all Angels”) and they nailed it, had people in tears. I would absolutely hire them again, in fact I did, for Rock Cancer 2.”

FM! Update: We headlined this event 3 years in a row. 🙂

-Jim Spierings

President, Spierings Cancer Foundation