Spectator Information

Spectator Information

Heading to the show but not participating?  We have something for the whole family!

We’re excited to share great cars, kids activities, live music, local businesses and much more with spectators free of charge.  Bring the whole family out for a great afternoon and evening of fun!

Main Stage Schedule

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

The Fisheads

4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

The Matt Woods Band

6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 


7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

8:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.




Kids Activities:

All kids activities materials will be provided. 

Hot Wheels Race

  • Race Hot Wheels cars down an awesome track!

Fan Belt Toss

  • Do you have a good aim? Take a car fan belt and toss the belt to try to ring the traffic cone! 

Big Wheel Race 

  • How fast can you ride a big wheel? Race a big wheel around a twisty track! 

Car Coloring

  • Get creative and color your dream car using printed out car coloring sheets and markers!

Food Vendors:

In addition to our current restaurants in The District we will have the following food vendors:

-Karam’s Grill

-Smokey D’s

-Wiseguys Pizza

-Hardenbrook Concessions

-Whiskey River

-Main Street Cafe

-Uncle David’s Mini Donuts

-Outside Scoop

Band Bios:

The Fishheads: 

“The Fishheads have been around for the past 22 years, sharing their love of music and a good time at their different shows and performances. The Fishheads do all different kinds of events like corporate events, private events, festivals, and everything in between. They feature music that mixes island, rock, funk, and reggae that creates a fun, party atmosphere!”

The Matt Woods Band:

“Matt Woods is both a native, and a longstanding purveyor of it’s diverse music scene. As a seasoned performer of many local regional and national venues, Matt has developed a distinct style while staying true to his love of traditional American music. Woods is well versed in the many shapes music can take; from traditional delta, hill country and urban electric blues, to gospel, country, and folk music.”

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels:

“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a nostalgic trip back to the start of rock and roll, with a strict adherence to the 1950-1969 time frame. A trip back to when songs were tossed back and forth by artists, and one night could find Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis all on the same stage. An experience of the birth of rock music, with over 50 songs from a time before music started its electronic shift. Their repertoire is ever-growing and assures you’ll be twisting all night long with their modern twist that continues to be true to the original sound. Like the king himself said, “Rock and Roll music, if you like it, if you feel it, you can’t help but move to it”. 


Superjam gives the ultimate rock experience. Featuring spectacular recreations of hit songs from your favorite rock bands including Journey, Queen, Foreigner, Loverboy, and so many more!


COVID-19 Guidelines:

Per the recent update to CDC guidelines, vaccinated individuals will not be asked to wear a mask at this outdoor event. Per the CDC guidelines, any unvaccinated individuals is recommended to wear a mask while in a public outdoor setting such as The Albaugh Classic. The Albaugh Classic will continue to closely monitor the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and will reference CDC guidelines for guidance on outdoor events.


Shuttle and Parking Info:

Free parking will be available at the DMACC Ankeny campus with a shuttle running to and from DMACC and The District. Lots L, J, and N will be available for festival parking and will be marked with yard signs


Event Policies:

  • No firearms or weapons of any kind allowed
  • Bags limited to 12x12x6
  • Bags subject to search 
  • No outside food or beverage 
  • No pets
  • No smoking inside the festival 
  • Follow all listed COVID-19 guidelines. The Albaugh Classic will reference CDC guidance.