Oswego Beats & Eats
Oswego Beats & Eats is a new all day, outdoor concert featuring Gourmet Food Trucks and local specialties, melded with 8 buzz worthy bands all sure to thrill and excite. Striking a balance between marquee headliners, world class nationally recognized musicians and indie up-and-comers, the festival organizers hope to produce an event for all ages to enjoy. There will be musical entertainment on two stages, over the span of 10 hours.
Proceeds of this festival will reach several worthy causes such as, Bears Care, The Wounded Warrior Project, Mike Ditka's Gridiron Greats and the Kendall County Food Pantry.
Stage 1 will be headlined by Red Wanting Blue, a national touring band that have appeared on David Letterman and spent 2012 headlining across the United States on their highly acclaimed "From the Vanishing Point" album tour. They were also a headliner at the Bunbury Music Festival. Lead Singer Scott Terry and his amazing band never disappoint.
Stage 2 will be headlined by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, from Tennessee and gaining a growing fan base,nationwide. Their music has been featured on many television shows. They begin a headlining tour in the fall and played Bonnaroo and SXSW. Their recently released "Good Light" album was #7 on I tunes and #1 on the Singers and Songwriters chart. Drew and his wife Ellie are pure magic together.
Other national, regional and local bands include:
The Floorwalkers , Rock and Soul Band out of Columbus, Ohio Not to be missed!
Mary Leigh and The Fauves, Saratoga Springs, New York. Pop, soulful.
Marina City, modern rock band, your local band on the rise. Will ignite the crowds. Played SXSW.
The Good Husbands, hip hop/rap, Seattle, Washington. Will have you on your feet!
Tumbleweed Wanderers, soul, folk, rock out of Oakland, California. Will blow you away.
Julia Klee, rock, country, folk from Ohio, living in Chicago. Will mesmerize you.
Note: This event is a rain or shine.
Ticket sales are non-refundable.
Children 12 & under FREE admission!
Wristbands will be issued at entry if you are 21 and over and intend to consume alcohol. No alcohol will be served to anyone without a wristband.
No tents, coolers or outside alcohol.
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Spreading Diversity Through Art, Music & Food!
Prairie Point Park
4120 Plainfield Road
Oswego, IL 60543
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|