ProgDay Bands

NOTE: Performance schedule for ProgDay 2018 will be posted on this page after all acts are confirmed.

Alec K. Redfearn & The Eyesores photo

Alec K. Redfearn & The Eyesores (US)

An uncategorizable stew of psychedelic folk, symphonic rock, old-time music, acid cabaret, dark circus music, and sinister dream fragments.

Edensong photo

Edensong with
Special Guest Stefan Paolini (US)

Edensong returns to ProgDay performing new arrangements of old favorites as well as new music from their next album, featuring a special guest appearance by keyboardist Stefan Paolini.

Fernando Perdomo & The Out To Sea Band photo

Fernando Perdomo & The Out To Sea Band (US)

The producer, singer/songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist performs music from his latest instrumental symphonic rock solo album and more
with The Out To Sea Band.

Geph photo

Geph (US)

Incorporating elements of fusion, metal and symphonic rock, the instrumental progressive jazz metal trio will be performing their new release, Apophenia.

Karmic Juggernaut photo

Karmic Juggernaut (US)

Progressive Freakout Fusion Rock - That's how the band describes itself, and we couldn't agree more...

Ovrfwrd photo

Ovrfwrd (US)

The band's stated goal describes them well: ...powerful, colorful, interesting and sonically descriptive music, engaging and pushing forward on the musical journey.

Pixie Ninja photo

Pixie Ninja (Norway)

For the first time in the United States, Pixie Ninja performs its eclectic mix of heavy ambient, electronica and symphonic rock, rendered with a strong cinematic feel.

Soften The Glare photo

Soften The Glare (US)

An instrumental trio with elements of metal, jazz, funk, symphonic progressive and a touch of chaos, featuring former members of Pierre Moerlen's Gong and Mudvayne.


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Artists and performance times are subject to change without notice.

If set changes run ahead of schedule, bands may take the stage earlier than indicated.

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hear songs from all this year's bands.