By August 5, 2019 Read More →

Go Modesto: ModStock

Join Darin Morris and the Valley Music Institute for the 9th Annual ModStock at Graceada Park on Sunday, August 11th. This incredible event brings together 55 different acts on two stages for one awesome day of local music. ModStock takes place between 10 am and 8 pm and is Free to attend. Featuring 41 student bands performing alongside 14 of the areas hardest working and most popular bands including seven Modesto Area Music Award Winners, Threshold, Rob Hill Band, The Flowers, Tiffany Rose & the Outlaw Hearts, Triple D, Patty Castillo Davis and Sindria. No wonder ModStock has won a MAMA three times for Best Event. Throw in dozens of vendors and a bounce house and you have a day of peace, love and music. Check out www.vmirocks.com for more information.

Modstock community bands

10:00 Wet Bandidos

10:40 Borrowed Time

11:20 Gravel and Grace

12:00 Remedy

12:40 Patty Castillo Davis Band

1:20 Rob Hill band

2:00 Sticks and Stones

2:40 Gary Gervase and Kickstart Blues 

3:20 Threshold 

4:00 Tiffany Rose and the Outlaw Hearts

4:40 Whiskey Skulls

5:20 Triple D

6:00 The Flowers

6:40 Sindria

41 student bands from 945 until 8 PM including the following:

Nightfall

Generation Gap

Silver Scrubs 

Rebel G

Miss Music and the Goblin Boys 

Jaw Droppers

Hot Sauce Popsicle 

TKO

Plush

Undiscovered Art

Toledo

Heralds of Doom

Crimson Flare

Something Different 

Playroom 

Out of Control 

Bad Reputation 

Zero Gravity 

JMCAB

Norwegian Experience 

Funkhaus 

Quick Decision

Not All Right 

Oregano Joes

Float On!

Identify Us 

Tax Evasion 

Forced Association

Hazy Shade

The Unknown 

Big sista and the Peng-Juan’s

Lack of awareness

Electric Boogaloo 

Chaos Rockers

About the Author:

Middagh Goodwin LIVES Music. He has been booking and promoting Music, Art, and Comedy in the Central Valley for years. He ran the award-winning Plea for Peace Center in Stockton for 5 Years and has booked bands from A-Z. In addition, he is the managing editor of ModestoView and writes the MAMAView and GeekView. Middagh works with the Modesto Area Music Association and books Music in the Plaza. In addition, he owns and operates Graffiti-Con, where cars and pop culture intersects. More recently, Middagh has been working with the Graffiti USA Classic Car Museum, helping to create unique events that help raise funds and awareness of the museum and its mission. On top of that, you can tune into one of two shows that Middagh Goodwin hosts on KCBP 95.5 FM; This is SKA and MAMA Radio.