Date: Saturday, February 3, 2024

  • 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon: Parada del Sol Parade
  • 12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM: Trail’s End Festival

Entertainment Schedules

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Silverado Main Stage

Tailgate Stage

Fiesta Scottsdale Stage

Arizona Indian Festival Stage

Performance times are subject to change

Festival Entertainment

Ollin Yoliztli Dance

12:00 Noon-12:55 PM: Fiesta Scottsdale Stage

Ollin Yoliztli Mexican Culture, Dance and Arts Institute is an Arizona based educational institution founded in 1994 under the direction of Master instructor, choreographer & researcher Ana M. Bonilla. Its mission is the pursuit of artistic excellence and development of cultural diversity impact around the world. Our mission is to connect the world through the beauty of the Mexican folklore arts and inspire a lasting love and appreciation for Mexico through exhilarating performances.

Ballet Folklorico Quetzalli

2:00 PM-2:55 PM: Fiesta Scottsdale Stage

Ballet Folklorico Quetzalli-AZ of Chandler, Arizona is a dynamic non-profit dance organization celebrating the colorful traditions of Mexican folkloric dance. Under the direction of Vanessa Ramirez, the group began as a recreational class at the City of Chandler’s Snedigar Recreation Center. As one of very few East Valley folklorico groups currently operating, interest in the dance troupe has grown rapidly from just 6 students in June of 2008 to more than 90 students currently. Ballet Folklorico Quetzalli-AZ’s students range in age from 5 to adult and enjoy an exciting and fun way to express themselves through dance and learn about Hispanic heritage. Students learn dances from various regions of Mexico. Not only do they have fun and get good exercise, but they receive a small history lesson with each dance. Each month the students are assigned a homework assignment related to the region of Mexico where the dance they are learning originates or of a particular cultural holiday. Each child shares in class what they’ve learned in a presentation. This encourages self-esteem through cultivating public speaking skills as well as the showmanship of performance. It has been wonderful to observe the growth and confidence that these young children have developed in such short time. They are truly an inspiration.

Chad Freeman & Redline

2:30 PM–4:00 PM: Silverado Main Stage

Founded in 2009, Chad Freeman and Redline have been a staple in the country music scene for well over a decade. They have performed for Nascar, NFR, PBR and Super Bowl as well as countless festivals from Nashville to Oregon and opened for over 20 national acts. Chad also spent four years touring the world with the iconic Village People performing in 15 countries and being a part of Steve Harvey’s Times Square New Year’s Eve 2019. CFR brings a variety of country music infused with some southern and classic rock. This talented group has years of experience bringing music to the masses and love to be one with the crowd!

The Chadwicks

2:30 Noon–4:00 PM: Tailgate Stage

The Chadwicks are an Arizona based cover band that has been performing consistently since 1994. They have concentrated on staying current with new songs on the alternative radio stations as well as learning classic rock songs. So, their rock repertoire is as vast as it is diverse.

Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company

3:00 PM-4:00 PM: Fiesta Scottsdale Stage

Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company is facilitated through the Drug Elimination Family Awareness Program, a non-profit organization based in Phoenix founded by the late Daniel Martinez in 1995. Their unique dance program is dedicated to preventing substance abuse by offering youth of all ages the opportunity to develop positive cultural experiences through the performing arts while promoting higher education. Fiesta Mexicana has been recognized for their service in the community and is the official dance company in the United States to represent the world-renowned Ballet Folclórico Nacional de México de Silvia Lozano.

The Pickup Lines

12:00 Noon–2:00 PM: Tailgate Stage

Arizona’s most diverse party cover band, period! The Pickup Lines are a party band, that enjoys playing any genre; unapologetically. Derived from a larger band, 34North, The Pickup Lines, have been getting audiences in the Valley moving and on their feet for years; from Shania Twain, to Rage Against the Machine, they will rock the house and have the dance floor packed all night long.

Smokestack Lightning

12:00 Noon–1:30 PM and 2:15 PM–3:45 PM: Arizona Indian Festival Stage

Smokestack Lightning is a band beyond the powers of one person. It takes all four of these men of action to bring out the gut wrenching blues and restless rock ‘n’ roll to the masses of music lovers everywhere. Since they banded together in late 2009, they’ve taken cues from their blues and rock forebears to form an unmistakable sound of pain, triumph, loneliness and joy.

Western Fusion Band

12:00 Noon–2:00 PM: Silverado Main Stage

Western Fusion was formed in the late 90’s by band leader Brian Childress. Brian’s goals were to have a band that sounded like radio and be composed of some of the best musicians Arizona has to offer.. In the beginning Western Fusion was a traditional country band. As the band evolved with musicians, so did the music. Today the standard five piece band still plays country including George Strait, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Keith Urban, Old Dominion, Cody Johnson and can evolve with hits from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today’s pop/rock including a mix from Bruno Mars, Motley Crue, Sublime, 311, Bryan Adams, Billy Idol, Tears for Fears, and the list goes on!

Western Fusion has been on the local scene for over 25 years and has enjoyed playing various venues throughout the state. The band has opened for National Acts such as: Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin and Mark Wills. They were also the opening act for Charlie Daniels at Cliff Castle Casino. Western Fusion has played the Tempe Block Party, events for the Town of Gilbert, Town of Camp Verde, Town of Chino Valley, City of Surprise, Phoenix International Raceway, Coconino County Fair, Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino, Gila River Casinos, Apache Gold Casino, Fort McDowell Casino and most recently The Tropicana for Wrangler’s National Finals Rodeo Watch Party. The band has built up quite a fan base in recent years, selling their “Western Fusion” T-Shirts and Tank Tops at local shows.