Get ready for the Shea HomesÂ® Good Life Festivalâ„¢ presented by Subaru featuring The Guess Who, Don Felder, and America, with support from Nate Nathan & The Mac Daddy Oâ€™s, on Saturday, November 6th, 2021!
Good Life Festival has been so successful in previous years and this year the party resumes its legacy at Schnepf Farms, about a mile from Encanterra, at 24610 E. Rittenhouse Rd, Queen Creek, AZ. Live music on November 6th begins at 2:45pm; gates open at 2:00pm.
Good Life Festival is a complete entertainment experience with renowned national and local acts on an outdoor stage and a variety of prime experiences that celebrate â€œthe Good Life.â€ In 2021, guests will enjoy a pre-concert wine, craft beer, and bourbon tasting, a variety of food, and even shopping amidst the farmâ€™s beautiful surroundings. Add great live music under the stars after an afternoon of wine/beer tasting with savory bites and you have the makings of a perfect day at the Good Life Festival 2021.
2:00pm | Gates open
2:45pm â€“ 3:45pm | Nate Nathan and The MacDaddy Oâ€™s
4:00pm â€“ 5:00pm | The Guess Who
5:30pm â€“ 6:45pm | Don Felder
7:15pm â€“ 8:30pm | America
Good Life Festival headliner, America, began an epic classic rock journey in the 70s, founded by three young Americans living in London as sons of US Air Force personnel stationed there at the time. Dewey Bunnell, Dan Peek and Gerry Beckley ironically produced American classic rock anthems such as â€œHorse with No Nameâ€ and â€œVentura Highway.â€ Indeed, the group has said the bandâ€™s name, America, was selected because they didnâ€™t want fans to think they were British musicians trying to sound American. The hits kept coming with â€œLonely People,â€ â€œYou Can Do Magicâ€ and many others. America won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist and claims a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as well. They reached the top of the Billboard charts with â€œSister Golden Hairâ€ in 1975 and the top of the Adult Contemporary charts with songs like â€œTin Manâ€ and â€œTodayâ€™s the Day.â€ America celebrates five decades in the music business as they headline The Good Life Festival.
About Don Felder formerly of The Eagles
Don Felder is a Rock nâ€™ Roll Hall of Fame guitarist and 27-year veteran of The Eagles, one of the most popular and influential rock groups in history. Felder forged an impressive career selling more than 150 million albums and has the distinction of recording the top-selling album of all time: Their Greatest Hits in 1971. He is a New York Times bestseller for his book â€œHeaven and Hell: My Life in The Eagles.â€ Felder is a true American rock and roll guitar hero and continues to grow himself as a top-tier solo artist. Hits include â€œHeaven and Hell,â€ â€œVictim of Love,â€ â€œVisions of Love,â€ â€œHeavy Metalâ€ and â€œHotel Californiaâ€ winning record of the year.
About The Guess Who
The Canadian Rock Group was founded in Winnipeg in 1965. The band first gained recognition when they recorded a cover of the British hit â€œShakinâ€™ All Overâ€ and released it to the radio under the name â€œGuess Whoâ€ in hopes that DJs would feel more inclined to play a song by a mysterious new British band. The success of that cover led them to reach top charts internationally. Many successful albums and singles later the band was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1987. Among their most iconic hits from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s include â€œNo Time,â€ â€œAmerican Woman,â€ â€œLaughing,â€ â€œThese Eyesâ€, â€œUndunâ€ and â€œShare the Land.â€
About Nate Nathan & The Mac Daddy Oâ€™s
Opening the evening and getting the crowd rockinâ€™ will be special guest, Nate Nathan and the Mac Daddy-Oâ€™s. A local favorite, this group has a passion for music, and serious talent. The 11-piece band plays soft rock favorites. With eight singers, five lead singers, sounds of steel guitar, saxophone, violin, and more, the band keeps the energy high and the audience screaming â€œencore!â€