LIVINGSTON, Texas — Escapade, Escapees RV Club’s annual rally, is shaping up to be an entertaining event, a release from the group reported. Numerous acts have been booked, in addition to a variety of interactive events. Headlining acts include Native Spirit and Woodie and the Longboards.
Native Spirit shares the culture and dances of Native America. They demonstrate the beauty and grace of color and movement through rhythmic sounds and dance of Native Americans. Through their entertaining, educational and humorous presentation they share dances that have survived thousands of years. Native Spirit has performed throughout Europe, Central America and North America. Leader Brian Hammell and his son Nedallas are world champion hoop dancers, and are bringing more performers for their Escapade performance.
Woodie and the Longboards is the No. 1-rated tribute act in the nation for the Beach Boys show. Additionally, they are the number one oldies band, the release continued. They cover a variety of hit music from the 50s to the 80s, and have performed for several well-known companies such as Google, Chevron, Adobe, Qualcomm and many more.
For a different type of entertainment, attendees are encouraged to take part in the Star Party, hosted by astronomy educator and Escapees member Gary Tomlinson. Using only the naked eye, Tomlinson will direct viewers to all visible planets, assist in distinguishing them from stars, share how the night sky changes and help attendees name the brightest stars in the night sky.
On the final evening of Escapade, attendees will get to laugh and dance the night away to performances by Johnny Goodrum. Adding to the merriment, Escapees will be celebrating the 90th birthday of its founder, Kay Peterson, with refreshments.
SOURCE: Escapees press release