2016 Main Stage

The Luna Park Arts Foundation is pleased to welcome our new partner, the San Jose Jazz Boombox as our main stage this year! We've lined up some great performers for this year.

10:00 - 10:50 a.m - Doug and the Carnival of Souls Revue

10:50 - 11:20 p.m. - BG Music/Announcements

11:20 - 12:10 p.m. - Rove

12:10 - 12:40 p.m. - BG Music/Announcements

12:40 - 1:10 p.m. - Movimiento Cósmico 

1:10 - 1:40 p.m. - BG Music/Announcements

1:40 - 2:30 p.m. - Coffee Zombie Collective

2:30 - 3:00 p.m. - BG Music/Announcements

3:00 - 3:50 p.m. - O’Craven 

3:50 - 4:10 p.m. - BG Music/Announcements

4:20 - 5:10 p.m. - Sweet HayaH


Sweet Hayah
Sweet HayaH

Sweet HayaH is a high-energy festival band, but don’t think that the sweetness makes them pure sugar. There is genuine musical complexity layered into their Rock-Soul-Funk blend, and if there was to be one band to represent the diversity of culture and exuberance found in the Bay Area it would be Sweet HayaH.


Coffee Zombie Collective
Coffee Zombie Collective 

You've never heard your favorites like this before! Coffee Zombie Collective's high-energy acoustic re-imagining of songs sweeps genres and generations, keeping crowds eagerly wondering what's next. 


O'Craven is an energetic, highly charged Celtic/ Pirate/ Rock band, that is fun for the whole family and sure to get everyone singing along and dancing! They have been sailing from port to port rocking faces off ever since, and searching for their treasured, lost ship!


Movimiento Cosmico
Movimiento Cosmico
Xitontequiza ( She- tone –tay-key-za) or cosmic movement is a tradition that has been passed down from generation to generation where dancers harmonize with the movement of the earth and cosmos; These ceremonial dances represent indigenous people from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras.



Rove is an alternative rock group from San Jose, CA. Since their debut album in 2015, "Ex Nihilo," Rove has played with the likes of world renowned bands such as Walk the Moon and The MisterWives. Listen to Rove on SoundCloud


Doug and the Carnival of Souls Revue
Doug and the Carnival of Souls Revue

January of 2014, Doug decided to start a band with Presentation, Genuine Abandon of Trends, and Honesty in the musical content as core values to his band.

He started with musical support from Janet Silk Irvin on violin and his new guitar, Doug went to work on writing original songs and re-arranging cover songs to play live. 
Nine months later, a band was born. Doug and the Carnival of Souls Revue performed their first gig the night before Halloween, 2014. They played with the same passion and power that Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster brings to Tokyo, when he is fighting with Godzilla. Part of their live show is one-piece accompaniment, then two-piece accompaniment, and finally the sparks fly with a complete band. Doug and the Carnival of Souls Revue brings a true musical triple threat to their live performances. 
In February of 2015, Doug and the Carnival of Souls Revue entered the studio to record the White Car EP. Janet Silk Irvin on violin, Russell Vazquez on bass, Dave Provenza on drums, and Doug guitars and vocals. Rick Vierra and Doug Irvin produced the EP. The feel and sound of the violin played alongside punchy drums and driving guitars gives a truly original sound and haunted vibe to the five songs. Doug’s original songs showcase his eclectic tastes in music. 
Currently, the White Car EP is available on iTunes and other online retailers; Doug and Jamie Gobright are the permanent members of the band performing live around the San Francisco Bay Area. Jamie and Doug first played together when they 14 years old and share interest in monster movies and music. Doug has been performing, recording and writing music since the mid-eighties. Doug and the Carnival of Souls Revue is Doug’s most recent musical monster and he has been operating on it since 2014.



KKUP will be providing interlude music in between the bands. Thank you KKUP for your continued support!

KKUP FM is a non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.5 MHz. Staffed completely by volunteers and supported 100% by our listeners, we have provided an alternate source for music and information not readily available on other stations for over 40 years.

Interested in performing at future Luna Park Chalk Art Festivals?