& Nightlife

The Milford Memories Beer Tent

The Official Milford Memories Beer Tent is located in the heart of the
festival in Central Park.  There will be great entertainment, good friends, and cold beer all weekend long!

The beer tent is open to families during the day from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. After 6 p.m. it is 21 and over only with a $5 admission.
*Dogs are not permitted in the beer tent after 6 p.m.

The 2019 Entertainment line up:
Friday August 9
noon - 4 p.m - Audrey Ray
7:30 p.m. - midnight - Power Play Detroit
Saturday August 10
noon -4 p.m  Moxie Blitz
7:30 p.m. - midnight - Parallel Fifth
Sunday August 11
noon - 5 p.m. The Icemen

PLEASE NOTE: No alcohol is permitted coming into or leaving the the beer tent at any time. Thank you for your cooperation!

Come on down and enjoy Milford's biggest party!  It's going to be a great weekend make sure you are there to be a part of it!

The Veteran's Memorial Stage

Friday, August 9

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Bella Arini

Bella Nicole is a fifteen year old singer/song writer musician. She appeals to all ages with her music taste ranging of every thing from pop to classic rock music. Bella preforms at festivals and events around the county’s with her classic rock band “Ground Zero”. She even has sang the National Anthem and God Bless America at Comerica Park 5 times. She enjoys writing songs as well as playing the guitar, ukulele, and piano. With her Smokey and soulful tone she will have you waiting for more.

Friday, August 9

2:30 -4:30 p.m.

Dan Tillery

Dan Tillery

Friday, August 9

5:30-7:30 p.m.

The Hustlers


The Hustlers

Saturday, August 10

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Acoustic Ash

“Motown’s Activism without the doom and gloom”

AcousticAsh uses an acoustic guitar and a smoky, soulful, expressive sound as a platform for diversity and equality. Currently unsigned; AcousticAsh is a singer/songwriter originally from England who is now based in Michigan, USA. With music that inspires, moves and motivates; AcousticAsh will leave you feeling truly satisfied and wanting more.

Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Pop, Blues, Folk,

Influencers: Tracy Chapman, Ed Sheeran, Revolutionaries, Phil Collins, Sam Cook, and Karen Carpenter



Saturday, August 10

2 - 4 p.m.

Alexa Delly

How do you know if you’re living your dream? Alexa defines it as being on stage. As a young girl, Alexa performed in choir and even as a soloist in small groups and quickly fell in love with music as an emotional escape. From then on, Alexa took every opportunity to perform and audition as she continues to do today. She learned how to play guitar at 15, but it wasn’t until 2013 when she began creating her first EP “Recover.” Since then, the obsession became passion, and passion drove her career. She plays all over Metro Detroit and continues to write and play original music to grow as an artist. She uses a pop singer/songwriter approach to her music and always incorporates her audience as part of the show. She describes her listeners as “part of the family.” Any moment on stage is a dream come true.

Alexa Delly Bio Pic

Saturday, August 10

5-7 p.m.

The Swift Brothers

Based out of Lansing, Michigan, Dan and Mark have a long musical history together. With over a decade of musical collaboration together, they formed The Swift Brothers in 2013 in an effort to create something different.  As long time friends, the duo felt like brothers. It was only natural that the new name should reflect that.  Not long after, their first single “Ordinary” was written.  Over the last few years, their sound has evolved and hesitantly hangs on to the “acoustic” label.  The Swift Brothers have created a unique and full sound that rivals many full sized bands. The Swift Brothers have appeared on local radio and podcasts and have been featured on the cover of Around the Sound magazine. They continue to gain attention and are definitely an act not to miss.

The Swift Bro

Sunday, August 11

10 a.m. - Noon

Kaylee Davis

Kaylee Davis is a local musician whose music appeals to all ages. The range of music, varying from pop to classic rock and everything in between, is certain to catch your interest. Putting an original twist on a song mixed with her individual style of singing is a combination you could listen to for hours on end. Kaylee is attending Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee to peruse a career in the entertainment industry.


Sunday, August 11

12:30-1:30 p.m.

Milford Music Groups

Milford Music Logo

Sunday, August 11

3 - 5 p.m.

Ryan Arini

Ryan Arini 1

Beer Tent

Friday, August 9

noon - 4 p.m.

Audrey Ray

Audrey Ray

Friday, August 9

7:30 p.m. - Midnight

$5 cover charge

Power Play Detroit

Power Play Detroit is a LIVE cover band, dedicated to playing the most classic music of our time. Combining years of experience with youthful enthusiasm, Power Play Detroit is the perfect fit for clubs,festivals parties and special events! Traveling with a complete professional sound and light show, Power Play Detroit works closely with their clients to meet and exceed every expectation.


Power Play Detroit was once again voted BEST local band for 2017 (2015) by WDIV clickondetroit!!

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Saturday, August 10

noon - 4 p.m.

Moxie Blitz

Moxie Blitz is a 5-piece cover band (Rock and Pop) from SE Michigan.  The members have names and histories...see below if that interests you.  We could also use a bunch of buzz words, but you've heard that before.  Bottom line:  We aim to bring a diverse and loyal following to each venue, while ensuring that regulars stay longer and spend more.  We have fun, crowd has fun, you make money, rinse, and repeat.


Noreen Kurowski – Lead Singer -  is a twenty-year veteran of the Detroit music scene. Performed with well-known Metro Detroit area bands. The Killer Flamingos, The Wrenfields, and Vox Pop are just an example of the equally diverse and talented groups of musicians with which she has had the pleasure of performing.
Highlights of her musical career include performances at venues and festivals in Toronto, Put-In-Bay, Cincinnati, Louisville KY, and Key West FL.
As a recording artist, she has received international airplay, and garnered a Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Country Vocalist.

Keith DePoorter - Lead Guitarist - Winner of two Detroit Music awards, performed as the lead guitarist for Superdot "Detroits Premier Ska band", and has opened for the Toasters, Skapone, Skatalites, Reel Big Fish, Toots and the Maytals, Gold Finger, Bad Manners, et al. Has played with Detroit local artist 1592 and many other featured Detroit Artists. Oh, and he has a dog.

Reed Schwallie - Lead Guitarist/Vocals – Reed has over 20 years of experience as a professional musician beginning in the Detroit area where he performed in the artists such as Phineas Gage, Acme Soul and The Vudu Hippies; and also filling in with cover bands in the greater Detroit and Atlanta metropolitan area. These bands included bands like the Detroit bands Big Lizard, Nice Onion, Maggie McCabe Band, Patti Tatro Band and the Jon Michael Band. In Atlanta, he was a member of 700  South, Slacker and The Grant Davis band.  He has also played as a solo acoustic musician at bars, venues and restaurants in both the Detroit and Atlanta areas. Reed’s guitar training began in the Southfield Parks and recreation music appreciation program. He also studied at Oakland Community College, and during his learning experiences, also studied under Detroit area music teachers including Joe Mazzola, (former lead guitarist for the national Rock and Roll act, Sponge).  Reed is also a self-taught player of other various instruments including the Bass Guitar, Drums, Percussion and Keys.

Charlie Bongo -  Drums/Backup Vocalist -  Has been performing in the Detroit/Metro Detroit area for 20 plus years. Started playing Piano at the age of 8 and reverted to drums/percussion at the age of 13. Schooled at the Macomb Center for performing Arts by Rick Sawicki (drummer for Mitch Ryder), Terry Bozzio, Greg Bissonette, and many other drummers.  Winner of multiple Detroit Music awards; winner of Battle of the bands for Guitar Center. Has performed with many Detroit Metro Area Artists such as The Patti Tatro band, Shoe, Superdot, Rio and the Rockabilly revival, the Harvengers, The Splitters. Opened for National acts such as Boston, The Toasters, Toots and the Maytals, Bad Manners, etc.

Matt Walsh - Bass Guitar/Vocals – Detroit’s finest Bass player former member of Chill Factor and various local Detroit Groups. Developed the two step Detroit bass player signature dance move called wall crawl similar to the dance move called the worm except for the horizontal climb and defying gravity. Survived several global epidemics included the Epidemic Typhus/Camp Fever.

Moxie Blitz 2019

Saturday, August 10

7 p.m. - midnight

$5 cover charge

Parallel Fifth

With a rapid growing fan base, Parallel Fifth has become one of the most respected and sought-after cover bands in the Metro Detroit Area! For the past four years, these five veteran musicians have developed an amazing on-stage chemistry and pride themselves on giving their audience an incredible high-energy, quality stage show from start to finish! Parallel Fifth plays hit songs from the last four decades that everybody knows and loves, giving their audience a true concert experience encompassing many genres! Parallel Fifth has been voted one of the best cover bands in Metro Detroit year after year and performs all over the area at night clubs, casinos, festivals, weddings and corporate events. Parallel Fifth has headlined the Livonia Spree, 80's Party For a Purpose, Detroit Lions Tailgate Party and MotorCity Casino.
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Sunday, August 11

noon - 5 p.m.

The Icemen

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On Site Radio Appearances

The following radio stations will be on site during the 2019 festival during the following times:

Friday Aug 9th

104.3 WOMC Jay Allison and Chelsea 4-7pm at Milford House

Saturday Aug 10th

96.3 WDVD 12-2 at Water Street

Channel 95.5 "The Joe Show" 12-3pm at Milford House

93.1 NASH 2-4pm at Water Street

106.7 WLLZ 3-6pm at Milford House