These are classified as any exceptional night -- a night carefully curated and filled with unique voices, writers and players. Every artist, comedian or author who takes the stage at a Moeller Nights function -- no matter where that stage may be (here in the Quad-Cities or elsewhere) -- you can be assured that you are witnessing a night like no other that's happening anywhere else in the world. You will see big and famous bands in tiny rooms or just as luckily in a barn or a gorgeous minor league baseball stadium. You will see the brightest talent as they're just getting going and get to brag about it to your friends before anyone else does. These are nights for which you should make excuses about putting off whatever it was that you were gonna do. They are nights for which everything else can wait. We aren't living just to working, but working so that we can truly life and be inspired. Spend a night with us and your days will be brighter.
GAS SEED & FEED FESTIVAL
This is the maiden voyage for GAS Fest, a music, comedy and food experience that was visualized as a way to not just fall in love with a new band or 20, but to fall into like with them as well. GAS Fest will pull together 20 or more of the most exciting, innovative and hotly tipped artists and comedians that the country has to offer and not only will they be performing multiple times in intimate settings, but they will be dining with you as well.
The festival (which runs for three days -- Feb. 15-17, 2018) will kick-off on Thursday night with a grand, farm-to-table feast -- prepared by a hand-selected group of some of the finest chefs in the Midwest -- served family style. Festival goers and artists performing will all be seated together at long tables, allowing for a unique interaction and a great way to commence a weekend of community, communion, company and incredible, inspiring performances across every genre of music. And the laughs will be something special as well!
MOELLER NIGHTS ALUMNI
Mr. Little Jeans
Har Mar Superstar
and hundreds more
Guided By Voices
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Built To Spill
John C. Reilly