River City Days  FREE Entertainment in the Beer Garden!

Friday, August 6


The Polka Dots

2021 marks the 72nd year of The Polka Dots band, who are still busy playing nearly every weekend. That is a lot of polka throughout the years! Come down to Bay Point Park under the Entertainment Tent to enjoy some Polka on Friday, August 6, 1-4PM.


Karaoke Finals

 The top singers will move on to sing at the finals. Grab your friends and head to Bay Point Park. Its a fun night full of singing!

Co-Hosted by KCUE & CCF Bank


Fabulous Armadillos with Chris Hawkey

The Fabulous Armadillos came out of their shell in 2006 and have since established a large and loyal following in Central Minnesota with their spot on recreations of songs from many genres of music from Country to Motown to Heavy Metal to 70’s Soft Rock and do them just like you remember.

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Background Music

Dance the night away to popular hits from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today!


Saturday, August 7


Minnesota Raptor Program

Learn about a variety of birds that call Minnesota home including the Bald Eagle, owl, hawk, and falcon. This educational program is produced by the University of Minnesota Raptor Center. You won’t want to miss this fun, interactive experience!




Ingalls on the Prairie

Head to the Bay Point Park E Learn about the Ingalls family and their history in Red Wing from one of Ingalls themselves!



Reptile and Amphibian Program

Get up close and personal with snakes, lizards, and other creatures with this fun, educational program from the RAD Zoo in Owatonna.


Eichholz and Manderfeld are the members of Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos, a piano duo offering a Las Vegas-style show of comedy and extensive audience participation featuring an unlikely and surprising mix of music and parodies that range from classic rock and country to rap and show tunes. The key to their marathon of musical comedy, however, is the unabashed and completely liberated participation of audience members from 18 to 80.

The Local Hooligans are a rock and country variety band from Goodhue County, MN. They play rock, pop, and country music from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, and today. Some of them have been playing together since 1996, though they came together in 2006 under the name “Smooth Cooter”. More recently, they have expanded their lineup to provide even more variety and to hone the dynamics. The Local Hooligans are known for bringing the party and engaging the crowd.


Bring your dancing shoes! Saturday night of River City Days (August 7th) is going to be epic! Eric Paslay will headline the night playing from 9-11pm. Eric Paslay is brought to River City Days by the Red Wing Police Benevolent Association. About Eric Paslay: Platinum selling singer/songwriter Eric Paslay has experienced major success in his young career. With the celebration of five No. 1 hit singles with four of those ranked among the “Top 100 Songs of the Decade” by Country Aircheck including the #1 spot on their decade chart with “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” as recorded by Jake Owen. The Temple, Texas native has earned numerous songwriter award nominations including GRAMMY’s Best Country Song, ACM’s Song of the Year twice and the CMA Song of The Year as well as an artist GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “The Driver” a collaboration with friends Charles Kelley and Dierks Bentley. A true artist’s artist USA Today calls Paslay “flat out brilliant” and American Songwriter names him an influencer of country music.


Background Music

Dance the night away to popular hits from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today!


Sunday, August 8

Today the members of the Royal Order of Klondike Kates make well over 100 appearances a year. The current group of active members will participate in approximately twenty parades over the summer months where they sing live on the award-winning float. 


What happens during our show? 

The show is composed of action-packed scenes- each better than the previous.  Big Jumps, 450cc motors, backflips, incredible balance acts, launching a 1,300lb Polaris RZR, crowd games, good music and more.  

You will laugh, you will scream, and you will be floored by how high in the air our riders go.  We start the show with a tribute to our nation’s flag, introductions, and basic “trick tutorials” about stunts you will see during the performance.

Our emcee/’s do an incredible job at keeping the interest of even the wiggliest children in the audience. We play crowd interacting games where fans can win prizes, and a select few will get to walk out on the show floor and play the ultimate game of “ATV Tennis”.  

The show ends with our Big Air Finale trains where all riders are in the air at once, some upside down, one after the other merely inches apart.  

Who our show is for 

Moms, dads, and especially the kids.  Grandparents have told us they love it to! The Guetter brothers have made this is a family show with an emphasis on family.  Motocross families love it but you don’t need to be a motocross fan or even off-road enthusiast to enjoy it. Our crew are role models and encourage a positive message to both kids and adults with stories of adversity and how they overcame them. 

Fan Meet & Greet 

After the completion of the show our guests are welcomed to join the team for a free Meet & Greet. Here they can get photos with the riders, receive free autograph cards and get pro rider signatures, purchase official merchandise, and have an opportunity to win a motocross jersey signed by the whole team. We are excited to meet our fans and make a great effort to talk with everyone that comes through the autograph line.

5-8pm : The Dweebs

The Dweebs family band featuring Michael Blue, his two sons and his daughter bring an interactive, unique and adaptable show that is perfect for your free stage, beer gardens or main stage entertainment. Colorful costumes, crazy stage antics, and lots of crowd participation are all a staple at any Dweeb performance along with listening to all your favorite hits from the 60’s til today. With over 30 years in the music industry, The Dweebs continue to bring the party wherever they go.

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