Concerts in the Kaulig Infinity Zone

To keep the party going after golf, there will be live music on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Stage in the Kaulig Infinity Zone after play concludes each day, Thursday through Saturday!

Thursday, July 11 – Local Music Spotlight LIVE featuring The Summit FM: Marc Lee Shannon, Benny Lava & The Guavas, and Anya Van Rose

Friday, July 12 – Military Appreciation Concert: Kameron Marlowe with Tim Dugger and Jocko Deal opening

Saturday, July 13 - Rockin’ on the Green: The Vindys with The Commonheart and The Pallay Boys opening

Check out more details on our 2024 lineup!

Thursday: Local Music Spotlight LIVE featuring The Summit FM

  • Anya Van Rose: A local artist out of Canton, Anya Van Rose brings a sound that is playful and sweet while grounded by dark guitar-driven grit.
  • Benny Lava & The Guavas: Known for their electrifying live performances and with influences ranging from classic soul legends to contemporary indie sensations, Benny Lava & The Guavas has garnered a devoted following in Akron and beyond.
  • Marc Lee Shannon: Marc Lee Shannon is a Rustbelt songwriter from Ohio’s “North Coast” and former member of Michael Stanley’s band, The Resonators.

Folds of Honor Friday Military Appreciation Concert

  • Kameron Marlowe: Country music powerhouse Kameron Marlowe will be the headline act for our Military Appreciation Concert on July 12. After gaining popularity on Season 15 of NBC’s The Voice, Marlowe achieved platinum status with his debut single “Giving You Up”. His sophomore album Keepin’ the Lights On will be available on May 31.
  • Tim Dugger: A country music singer/songwriter and Alabama native, Tim Dugger will be opening for Kameron Marlowe. Along the way of performing at nearly every major NASCAR track in America, Dugger has cultivated an unapologetic artistic identity.
  • Jocko Deal: Jocko Deal, a country singer from Arkansas and friend of John Daly, will also open for Kameron Marlowe.

Saturday: Rockin’ on the Green

  • The Pallay Boys: Hailing from Hudson, Ohio, brothers Cole and Jagger moved to Nashville to pursue their dreams and are coming back to make a special appearance at the tournament this year.
  • The Commonheart: This Pittsburgh-based collective offers feel-good positivity, Golden Rule messaging, and sweat-soaked performances that nimbly ease through blues, vintage soul, and rock.
  • The Vindys: Back by popular demand at the tournament, The Vindys are returning for their third show in as many years at the tournament with their distinct, yet familiar sounds.