Lakes Music & Events Park, Pine River, MN
The REHT Music Festival is held at the new Lakes Music and Events Park at 2591 N. Bluegrass Blvd SW, Backus, MN 56435, less than one mile north of Pine River. It is easily marked on the left side of HWY 371 about 1 mile north of Pine River.
All profits will be used to bring Awareness and Education to Cass & Crow Wing Counties about Human Trafficking and to support Survivors with their healing
Bring your own chairs to the event!
No one can do everything, but everyone can do something
REHT MUSIC FESTIVAL SPEAKERS
President, Join The Movement Events Inc
Dawn is the founder and President of Join the Movement Events, Inc. to stop human trafficking, a 501c3 Non-Profit with a mission to bring community education at the ground level. She also specializes in social media awareness and internet safety, hospitality training, medical professional training, senior exploitation, and educating families with young children how to teach their children who they can trust and setting boundaries at an early age. Dawn has created numerous programs specific to an organization’s needs. This includes a workshop for area girl scouts so they can earn their internet safety badge. For many years, Dawn has been an advocate for victims of human trafficking and domestic abuse, helping them with the resources needed to make the changes in their lives. Join the Movement Events, Inc. began as a local resource for human trafficking education and that has expanded to include not only the whole of Wisconsin but also Michigan, Illinois, and Minnesota.
Chief of Police, Pequot Lakes, MN
Chief Eric Klang is a 25-year veteran in law enforcement. He was the former sheriff of Crow Wing County and now holds the title of chief of police with the city of Pequot Lakes. He is active in the community and believes in helping others through their difficult times both professionally and personally. He has been the guest speaker for ‘Hope for Stolen Girls” and active identifying “Jons” who prey on our children. He’s married to his wife Annette and has four very active sons.
Shantel Dudley wears many hats, she is the wife of Kent Dudley, the mother of 17 children, and Granny to 6 children, with the 7th grandchild on the way. She is a speaker at women’s events and the founder of Real Life Women’s Conference. Shantel has worked in the Christian music industry for many years, she is an event coordinator and artist liaison.
Shantel has a heart for the broken and hurting, she herself has gone through abuse and speaks about the freedom of forgiveness. She and her husband have gone through great loss as 4 children have passed away. Shantel’s heart for going through Real Life issues with transparency and honesty is what inspired her to dream big and start Real Life Women’s Conference.
Founder and Executive Director, 31:8 Project
Stacy Schaffer is the Founder and Executive Director of 31:8 Project, a non-profit that provides educational awareness on human trafficking. She has based her work in advocacy on the ideal that no one person can do everything, but everyone can do something. Stacy is the coordinator for the Demand Reduction Program and an adjunct professor at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND. She currently serves as the Rotary District 5580 Human Trafficking Committee Chair and Board Member of the North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations. She is a regular contributor to organizations such as the North Dakota Human Trafficking Task Force and Tipi Wakan Ministries.
Stacy graduated with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. Prior, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Behavioral Sciences from the University of Mary. Stacy often credits her motivation, work ethic, and determination from growing up on a farm near the town of Wishek, ND.
A Voice for the Voiceless
REHT MUSIC FESTIVAL ENTERTAINMENT
32 Below takes no breaks, period! Barnstorming the nation with an infectious, rock’n country sound delivered via non-stop three-hour sets of original and foot stompin’ good music, 32 Below is comprised of a collection of hard working rural boys from the midwest. 32 Below’s six albums have sold more than 25,000 copies and have been streamed hundreds of thousands of times.
Adelaide’s primary focus is sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through profound yet relatable lyrics. She has quickly gained international attention through airplay and live performances. In 2015 she released her first solo album “The Bigger Picture”, and in the process of recording it she met Jake Bond the project manager, who introduced her to his band which lead to an album release concert and 4 years of national touring. In 2019 they released a new album “Strong and Brave” which was nominated for Christian Rock album of the year, and Adelaide won Christian Rock Vocalist of the Year.
Ayiesha Woods-Hillery is a Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, musician, and now wife and mother. Ayiesha is a multi-talented artist who has certainly made her mark in Christian music and ministry. Ayiesha’s debut project “Introducing Ayiesha Woods” was released in 2006 on TobyMac’s GoTee Records. The record garnered her a Grammy Nomination. In 2008 Ayiesha’s sophomore project “Love Like This” was released again on GoTee Records. Following that, Wood’s released a Christmas project aptly titled “Christmas Like This”.
Corey Medina & Brothers
Corey Medina & Brothers are a Blues Rock power trio based in the lands of the Red Lake, Leech Lake and White Earth Nations in Northern Minnesota.
The band is lead by a Diné from Shiprock, NM who moved to Minnesota in 2012. His “Brothers” as he likes to call them is based on the social dynamics they try to keep healthy off stage just as much as on. The Brothers band consist of Eric Sundeen on drums and Gary Broste on upright bass. They released their debut live EP in 2017 and their first studio album in 2019 titled “Better Days”. In fall of 2021 they went to Minneapolis and recorded their sophomore studio album at the legendary Winterland Studios. CMB’s 2nd album will be released late spring/early summer.
They set out to spread light in the dark with their raw, soulful, intimate music and stage presence.
Kent Dudley and Bended Knee
The focus of this ministry is not only music that Kent has written, but to be transparent wherever we go. Kent and Shantel share their testimonies and watch as the Lord touches hearts and sets people free. Another focus is on adoptions and new life.
The focus is Faith, Family, and Freedom.
The brainchild of singer and songwriter Tiffany Arbuckle, Plumb began as a Christian rock group whose music often dealt with darker and edgier themes than most CCM acts, and later evolved into Arbuckle’s solo project, which was more pop-oriented but still deeply personal. Embracing elements of alternative rock, electronica, and dance music as well as contemporary pop, Plumb began as a proper band fronted by Arbuckle, and they enjoyed a breakthrough with their second album, 1999’s candycoatedwaterdrops, which was a multiple Dove Award winner and scored a hit with the song “God-Shaped Hole.”
Remedy Drive is an American alternative rock band found in 1998 in Lincoln, Nebraska. They are now based on Nashville, Tennessee. The band is currently of lead vocalist and guitarist David Zach, bassist Corey Horn, and drummer Timmy Jones. They have recorded ten studio albums, one independent live album, and two EPs
The Rush Tribute Project
The Rush Tribute Project is an homage to one of the most enduring and influential bands in rock music. Combining skilled musicianship with exciting performances, The Rush Tribute Project (known as RTP to its dedicated fanbase) delivers the magic of Rush’s famous live concerts. Covering all 40-plus years of Rush’s amazing career, RTP painstakingly recreates the sound and energy that made Rush one of the top-selling rock bands of all time. With a lineup that has performed Rush tribute shows for over a decade across North America and around the world, including RushCon, RTP stands out as one of the premiere tributes to this legendary, RnR HOF power-trio.
For nearly two decades, Tim has been entertaining audiences through his musical talent, adding his unique humorous improv style, creating an experience like no other. Having performed hundreds of shows, the Off-Duty Chief is now combining a powerful message with his talent for engaging audiences of all ages and demographics, resulting in life lessons to stay in your mind like your favorite song. Tim retired in 2016 from a 28-year career in the criminal justice field and 5 ½ years as Chief of Police. When Tim is off the grid from speaking and entertaining, he and his wife Denise live in the northern Minnesota lake community of Detroit Lakes.