Thursday, June 8, 2017

The Schwag is Back!

After 14 years, Iguana and Sunshine Daydream wants to welcome back to the Lake of the Ozarks The Schwag for a two-night event called Dam Jam! This event will feature music, vendors and camping at the Lake of the Ozarks. Camping below the dam, awesome live music and non-stop fun - what more could you ask for?

June 16 & 17

Dam Jam is an event featuring live music, vendors and camping. The festival and campground site are located at the base of Bagnell Dam. This was also the location of several well-attended Schwagstock music festivals from 2000 - 2003. It has been over 14 years since The Schwag has last -played a concert on this property. Dam Jam will be a homecoming for the band to play two days. In addition to the live music, there will be a vendor village set up in the campground featuring food and merchandise. Lake Ozark RV Park & Campground is just a short walk from The Strip, which features a variety of specialty shops, restaurants, arcades, tattoo parlors, bars and other attractions. Don't forget, Iguana Watersports is also located on The Strip! There will be plenty of time to enjoy boat and jet ski rentals at the Lake of the Ozarks during Dam Jam. 


The Schwag
Photo Credit: The Schwag Facebook
Grateful Dead Experience: The Schwag
The Schwag is a band of musicians dedicated to carrying on the vibe and music of the Grateful Dead. Founded in 1991, The Schwag has performed over 3,000 concerts throughout the United States. For many years, the band has hosted its own Schwagstock music festivals, which draws an average of 5,000 people per event several times during the summer. 

Doors Tribute: Moonlight Drive
From Wichita, Kansas, Moonlight Drive recreates a live Doors concert that is just about as close to the real thing as you can get these days. With authentic costumes and vintage instruments, Moonlight Drive will give the audience a true "Ultimate Doors Experience." 

Pink Floyd Tribute: Animals
Animals is a group of talented musicians from northwest Arkansas that have come together to create a celebration of the music of Pink Floyd. 

Bob Marley Tribute: Nonstop Reggae
The Nonstop Reggae Band from St. Louis, Missouri is formed of musicians that have joined together to capture and revive the feel of what a Bob Marley show sounded and felt like for the total Marley experience. 

Aaron Kamm & the One Drops
Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Aaron Kamm & the One Drops merge flavors of Roots Reggae, Mississippi River Blues, Improv-laced Jams and Soulful Vocals. With a high energy performance and a unique sound, this band is a must see. 

Moonlight Drive
Photo Credit: Moonlight Drive Facebook
Still Shine Bluegrass Band
Formed in the summer of 2014, Still Shine is a group of like-minded, seasoned musicians blending acoustic roots and progressive bluegrass. Mixing mandolin, harmonica, banjo, acoustic guitar, upright bass and tight harmonies, they quickly gained a following around Central Illinois area and the local Midwest. 

Formed in late 2015, St. Louis based quartet, Surco has proved to please. With soaring, tightly composed songs to funky, exploratory improvisation, their music is sure to make you move. 

The Baub Eis Band
Baub lights the guitar fingerboard ablaze with a combination of whatever flavor they feel like throwing into the fire that night - from fiery blues, four on the floor rock and even occasional space jams supercharged with live looping - always guided by a creative spirit and always fresh from show to show. 

Brody Buster's One Man Band
Brody Buster is a blues and rock musician from Lawrence, Kansas. He’s a former child prodigy and was featured on countless TV shows growing up including the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Dateline, Crook & Chase, and the Jon Stewart Show. Even Baywatch Nights and Full House showcased Brody’s talents.

Dancing Bear Tribe
Photo Credit: Dancing Bear Tribe Facebook
Molly Adamson
Molly Adamson is an Arkansas native who is currently studying education at Stephans College in Columbia, Missouri. Molly plays many instruments including the guitar and guitalele. She is also a very talented singer who started playing music at the early age of 3. 

The Dancing Bear Tribe
The Dancing Bear Tribe is an extraordinary group of people who come together to bring an overload in enjoyment with their visual performing arts. Lana Mae, Sarah Parker, and Erin Delaplain are the main performers for the troupe, but they often bring in many bear friends to supplement and, even more, vamped up experience. The girls have been hosting workshops and leading performances all over America’s heartland and the east coast. 

Lake Ozark RV Park & Campground 

The Lake Ozark RV Park & Campground is located in a beautiful setting right below the historic Bagnell Dam. There are 30 and 50 amp hook-ups, sew and water and campsites with electric available. Shows and bathrooms are within walking distance from all campsites. The beautiful Osage River is just steps away with great fishing available. 

Iguana is excited to be a part of bringing Dam Jam to the Lake of the Ozarks. It is going to be a weekend full of fun! To learn more about Dam Jam 2017 and to get your tickets, visit

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