The Little Bull Falls LogJam Festival, presented by the City of Mosinee and the Friends of LogJam. includes a wide variety of events and activities for the entire family. The "original" festival concept began in 2006, a small two-day event featuring Lumberjacks, Rendezvous, Traders, food and entertainment. The celebration grew and evolved over the years and until 2008, most of the activity took place on Saturday and Sunday. When additional work was completed in Mosinee River Park, all the entertainment was moved into the park and the weekend activities were expanded into Friday. This yearly festival was named "Little Bull Falls LogJam" to showcase Mosinee's heritage. In a continuing effort to improve the festival, the dates were changed in hopes of missing other activities being featured in the area. The mission of the Little Bull Falls LogJam Festival is to become a premier event in Central Wisconsin while fostering pride and involvement in the Mosinee community by showcasing its diversity through cultural events and activities for people of all ages. The festival promotes the history of the city and unites its lumbering heritage with the continuous advancements that are ongoing within the City of Mosinee.
This year we are proud to feature:
KG & The Ranger and Cactus Charlie.
Cowboy heroes and the Old West come back to life when this award-winning duo take the stage. "Highly entertaining and personable", according to the entertainment director at Silver Dollar City in Branson, KG & The Ranger put on "one heck of a show". They sing, they yodel in harmony and display their lariat-spinning talent. Their style stays true to the original singing cowboys, while their unique sound and wonderful close harmonies make you feel as if you are hearing these songs for the first time!
Cowboys have always held a special place in the hearts and imagination of Americans, and the music that came from the early cowboy movies still resonates with audiences of all ages. Whether it is the image of the cowboys driving longhorns from Texas to Kansas or those wearing white hats, playing guitars and singing on the big screen, both evoke a sense of pride and respect.