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The West Winds Lounge is Entertainment Central! Enjoy complimentary musical entertainment in the Lounge every Friday and Saturday from 8 p.m. to midnight. We also offer regional and national entertainment and a variety of dinner shows in our Event Center throughout the year. Starting October 7, we'll be offering Comedy Night every Tuesday at 8 p.m. Each night's show will be followed by an open mic night. Free admission. 

Oct. 31 & Nov. 1 at 8:00 P.M.
Celebrate Halloween at St. Croix Casino Danbury with Geneva. Geneva Keene is not just another pretty face. As the lead singer of the band she has a voice that will command your attention.  Her vocal range brings back memories of singers like Rob Halford, Stevie Nicks and so many others.  The band behind her is awesome as well, from Dwayne’s head banging drums to the low chest shaking “in your face” bass guitar of “Dick Thunder” to Phil Crash Facchini’s ‘80s style virtuoso guitar solos. All the elements of a great metal show are there. Geneva even has a great acoustic performance.  Whether you are an ‘80s metal fan, or just tired of the same old stuff, you will be impressed with this band!




November 4 at 8:00 P.M.
Comedy Night

David Testroet is a true veteran comedian with the Bio to prove it. Born in Iowa, Testroet has an easy Midwest delivery. With a quick laugh and a shift of an eyebrow, you’re soon in David's world. From comedy clubs and theaters across the United states and Canada to flying across seas for five different tours to entertain the U.S. Military.  A fast and funny show anyone can enjoy. Material that twists from Darwin to Grizzly bears and sharp improvisation skills developed with over twenty years of stage experience.  A well established harmonica player, David has incorporated this into his act. From rock and roll to his original songs like the “Big Guy Blues.”  A strong closer that even further separates David from other comedian. 




November 7 & 8 at 8:00 P.M.
2nd Time Around

2nd Time Around plays classic country and music from the ‘50s and ‘60s. Band members include Barry Coons on lead guitar, Jay Coons on bass guitar and vocals, Tom Havlicek on guitar and vocals, Steve Barnaby on drums and vocals and Ted Richter on keyboards, guitars and vocals. 

November 8 at 1:00 P.M.
Johnny Counterfit Dinner Show

Voice impressionist Johnny Counterfit appears for a dinner show at St. Croix Casino Danbury on Saturday, November 8. Dinner is served at 1 p.m. followed by the show at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are on sale at or at the St. Croix Perks booth.

The Johnny Counterfit Show includes voice impressions of singers, actors and politicians in clean comedy, music variety and non-partisan political humor. Hear as many as 30 voice impressions and characters, blended with laughter, for an unforgettable experience.

Johnny Counterfit has performed at the White House, the Grand Ole Opry, concert stages around the world as well as on television and radio programs for more than 30 years.



November 11 at 8:00 P.M.
Comedy Night - Gerry Grossman

Gerry Grossman: HUMAN JUKEBOX - RELOADED is a fabulously entertaining one man comedy rock and roll show, featuring audience involvement and a repertoire of thousands of tunes. Grossman's medleys of crowd requested hits are woven around his hilarious comedy in a performance that keeps audiences rocking with music and rolling with laughter.

A mixture of music, comedy, tall tales and singing, Gerry Grossman: HUMAN JUKEBOX - RELOADED will have audiences tapping their toes and reliving great memories of the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. Each performance is a unique experience tailored to audience involvement and requests. Dubbed "The Human Jukebox" for his amazing ability to recall great old rock and roll hits, Grossman's interactive performances have been delighting audiences for decades. He has performed with a who's who of show business legends, including John Denver, The Byrds, The Turtles, The Lovin' Spoonful, Johnny Rivers, Tammy Wynette, Albert Brooks, Richard Lewis, The Temptations, and many more.



November 14 & 15 at 8:00 P.M.
Michael Paul

The Michael Paul Band is a high energy party show for events, nightclubs, and parties. Our songlist expands weekly and and covers music from the ‘60's to now, with a focus on current Top 40 Dance hits. Originating in Las Vegas, NV, we have references throughout the U.S. and have energized parties in Phoenix, New Orleans, Key West, Philadelphia, Denver, San Diego and have a good sized following in the Twin Cities, MN where we currently reside.


November 18 at 8:00 P.M.
Comedy Night - Bob DeMaris, Dean Johnson

Bob DeMaris was born and raised on “da Range,” Minnesota’s iron-mining mecca in the Arrowhead Region of the state. His biggest complaints used to be about adjusting to city life, national politics, along with the heat and humidity of Minneapolis summers.

As a big guy who sweats, Bob claims he is not built for summers here, in the “deep South” of the Twin Cities.

With 147 first cousins, resulting from the marital bliss of 56 aunts and uncles, a big family with a dozen or so children seemed to be in order for Bob, That was until a wise adviser told him, “Stop at two. Do not let them outnumber you and your wife. Those fools at the Capitol just might give kids the right to vote!”

The perils of an active fatherhood lead Bob to reflect, “There are tears in your eyes when your children are born, and your eyes mist over again as you watch them leave the house for the first day of school. The next time you break down in an emotional heap is when you learn that they are all going to be home for summer vacation!”

“I love my children, but I do not like being around them!”

Mixing humor and music, Dean Johnson has appeared in comedy clubs, banquet halls and special events throughout the United States, in Canada and the Cayman Islands.

Dean has served as both guest and host on numerous radio and TV programs, and has appeared on stage with a wide range of well known personalities including the Smothers Brothers and Louie Anderson.



November 21 & 22 at 8:00 P.M.

Head on out to Margaritaville. This group features four terrific musicians and singers whose only goal is to make you forget about the work week and the weather and dance your blues away. Featuring hits from the '50s and '60s of Jerry Lee Lewis, the Big Bopper, and the Beatles to the present with Tom Petty and R.E.M, these guys cover it all. With country hits from Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Alabama and more, you will hear all the songs that make you wanna dance, and forget about Monday.

Margaritaville consists of Dan Schilling on guitar and vocals, Tom Hartman on bass and vocals, Chris Mahner on drums and vocals, and the newest addition, Mike "the pianoman" Maresh on keyboards and vocals. They can play all the hits to get you out of that funk and out of your chair.

Come out and party the night away—because it's always 5 o'clock in  Margaritaville. 


November 25 at 8:00 P.M.
Comedy Night - Dwight York

Comedian Dwight York's act has always been smart, funny and to the point. He took the stage for the first time in February 1989. From that very first open- mic set, York established what was to become his trademark style: clever, concise, non-sequitur, impeccably timed setup/punchline type jokes. These finely crafted jokes, blended together with his quirky stage persona and his unique style of delivery, quickly established him as one of Minneapolis's hottest young comics. Within two years he began working regularly as a feature act at The Comedy Gallery.

In 1995, while still working his day job and doing stand-up part-time, York was invited to compete in the Vail National Comedy Invitational. He made it all the way to the final round and so impressed the contest co-sponsor and contest host, Budd Friedmann, (famous founder of the world-famous Improv comedy club) that he personally invited him back for the summer tie-in event, the Vail Comedy Festival

In January 1996, York took his show on the road. The highlight of that first year was another contest, the prestigious San Francisco International Comedy Contest, where he placed second in his preliminary round and advanced to the semi-finals. In 1998 he again advanced to the semi-finals, this time placing first in the preliminary round.

In June 2000, York was invited to perform at the Chicago Comedy Festival. In October, he was invited to be a guest on the nationally syndicated radio program, “The Bob and Tom Show.” His first appearance was a tremendous hit. His joke, "I was homeless for a while. I didn't want anyone to know so I slept in front of a Ticket Master," became Tom Griswold's "new favorite joke," was replayed over and over and landed him a spot on “The Bob and Tom CD: You Guys Rock.” Since then York has been a frequent guest on the show, has become a favorite comedy club headliner in many Bob and Tom markets,  has worked several club dates with the show's Kristi Lee and Chick McGee and was a member of the 2005 Friends of the Bob and Tom Show Tour.

In April 2002, a joke from his website was reprinted in the Reader's Digest. Not a bad accomplishment considering the size of the magazine's circulation (world's largest). Impressive, too, if you consider the broad appeal of his humor. It sort of makes you wonder, where will Dwight York's comedy next appear? Hopefullyy, somewhere near you.


November 27, 28 & 29 at 8:00 P.M.
Buddy Dees & the Cruisers

Buddy Dees, a talented showman, entertainer and singer, gained his experience by performing with some of the best show bands in the country, such has Frankie & the Cruisers and Dean Darling and the Wanders.

He has also shared the stage with Johnny Rivers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bill Haley's Coments and the Coasters, just to name a few.

Buddy has mastered the impersonations of many legendary entertainers like Elvis, Hank Williams Jr., Roy Orbison, Chubby Checker, The Big Bopper and many more. Buddy has the reputation of performing a Little Richard tribute that is simply hilarious.

Buddy's dynamic personality and high energy make his show and event to remember.




Saturday, December 13 at 6:00 P.M.
Billy Joe Royal Dinner Show
Music legend Billy Joe Royal presents a dinner show at St. Croix Casino Danbury on Saturday, December 13. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. followed by the show at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available at or at the St. Croix Perks booth at the casino.

Billy Joe Royal is best known for the 1965 US Top 10 pop hit “Down in the Boondocks,” which, along with the singles “I Knew You When” and “Hush,” were written and produced by Joe South. His 1969 single, “Cherry Hill Park,”peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. In the 1970s his recording of "Heart's Desire" gained popularity among Northern soul enthusiasts and was regularly played in Northern soul nightclubs.

During the 1980s, Royal scored a successful comeback with several Top 10 country hits, including “Tell It Like It Is,” “Burned Like a Rocket” and “I’ll Pin a Note to Your Pillow.”

Billy Joe Royal's career experienced a major second wind during the 2000s due to regular airplay on oldies radio stations. His music was further exposed to younger generations through a movement known as  The Beat Army, an online music forum based on Facebook, which is operated by author and music producer Paul Collins.

Royal continues to tour regularly, performing concerts at casinos, music festivals and clubs in Canada, the United States, Japan and throughout Europe. Royal's set lists include a mixture of songs representing multiple genres from the 1960s to the present day.



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