The largest on-the-water concert on the lake is returning again for an afternoon of fun in the sun on Saturday, July 21. The Lake of the Ozarks Convention & Visitors Bureau projects another huge turnout for the event which typically see around 1,000 boats and more than 10,000 people visit Dog Days Bar and Grill.

Thousands of people are set to converge on Lake of the Ozarks this weekend for AquaPalooza.

The largest on-the-water concert on the lake is returning again for an afternoon of fun in the sun on Saturday, July 21. The Lake of the Ozarks Convention & Visitors Bureau projects another huge turnout for the event which typically see around 1,000 boats and more than 10,000 people visit Dog Days Bar and Grill.

The Jeffries Road venue is located at the 19 mile marker by water — that’s just west of the Grand Glaize Bridge — and hosts some of Lake of the Ozarks’ most popular events. And the free waterside concert and boat party sponsored by the Lake of the Ozarks Marine Dealers Association and Benne Media ranks right up there at the top of popularity.

From noon to 5 p.m. four bands will perform in addition to fun games and giveaways. While the event doesn’t officially start until noon, you’ll want to get your night-life on early in this case. It is recommended that boaters drop anchor in the cove outside Dog Days early in the morning to get the best vantage point to the live music.

The 2018 performer lineup includes Nashville-based singer/songwriter Chad Bearden; the nine-piece i-Berrys from Osage Beach, who were named the "best band at the Lake" by Lake Lifestyles Magazine; the Springfield-based country rock sounds of the Ryan Collins Band; and the Goddesses of Rock, who pay tribute to some of the best female rock singers of all time, including Janis Joplin, Stevie Nicks, Heart, Tina Turner and more.