The first ever Put-in-Bay Music Festival is set for Satuday, June 10, beginning at 11 a.m. Eight different musicians are scheduled to perform at the family-friendly festival, which will take place at Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial. This is a free event sponsored by Miller Boat Line.

Scheduled performers

Put-in-Bay Music Festival will run from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. Each band will play for about one hour. Singer and songwriter Bob Gatewood will MC the event. Here are the performers you can look forward to seeing at the festival.

Pat Dailey is the most recent addition to the Put-in-Bay Music festival lineup.

Dailey is an island man, who splits his time between South Bass Island and Key West, FL. Known for his fun and energetic performances, Dailey is always a welcome addition to any stage.

The Floorwalkers are a talented six-man band who aren't confined to any one genre. The Columbus-based group were voted "Best Band" by 614 Magazine's reader poll four times. The band is influenced by the music of The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Ray Charles and Joni Mitchell.

The female-fronted group Mo'Mojo will bring their lively performance to the music festival on June 10. Mo'Mojo features three-part harmonies, fiddle, accordion, sax, trumpet, harp, guitar, rubboard, bass, percussion, and drums. They also sing in both English and French, so you won't want to miss their unique performance.

Strung Like A Horse is a five-man band from Chattanooga, TN whose influences include music from John Hartford, Danny Barnes, and Split Lip Rayfield.

Singer and songwriter Emily Keener is just 18-years-old but has years of experience under her belt. Keener appeared on season 10 of the NBC hit show "The Voice" and made it all the way to the top 12.

Bluegrass band JP and the Chatfield Boys are from the rock and roll capital of the world, Cleveland, OH. The group is influenced by bands such as The Pixies, Martin Sexton, Frigid Pink and Ralph Stanley.

The Flyin Jays describe themselves as a rock, country, and bluegrass band. Made up of three guys from Put-in-Bay, they will be an awesome addition to the festival lineup.

Music and more

Aside from music, there will be two cornhole tournaments taking place during the Put-in-Bay Music Festival. One will be for singles and the other will be for two-person teams. Players must be at least 18-years-old to participate and should register in advance at Prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers in each tournament.

A Guitar Hero competition will take place and there will be music workshops and yard games for kids. A variety of food items will be available to purchase, as well as beer, wine and soft drinks. No outside food or beverages will be permitted on the festival grounds. There won't be seating at the music fest, but attendees can bring a blanket or chair to sit on.