The end of summer is quickly approaching. Labor Day is the perfect reason to grab friends and family and celebrate at Oswego Beats and Eats. For the second year, this festival offers a perfect blend of music and food that the whole family can enjoy.
The festival focuses on the variety and importance of music, art, food and culture. Oswego Beats & Eats promotes sustainability, shopping locally and thinking greener, as well as, making a difference in the community through various charitable organizations, such as, Chicago Bears Care, the Wounded Warriors Project, the Kendall County Food Pantry and others local charities. Oswego Beats and Eats is a regional platform to celebrate the diversity in music, food and people, which breeds tolerance, understanding and self-pride.
Headlining the 2014 festival is Saints of Valory. Saints of Valory is an American alternative rock band from Austin, Texas. The band is composed of Gavin Jasper (lead vocals/bass), Godfrey Thomson (guitar/vocals), Gerard Labou (drums), and Stephen Buckle (keyboards/vocals). The band is known for the single Neon Eyes, which was released on their EP Possibilities. Saints of Valory has been touring the US during the summer.
The Oswego Beats and Eats musical line-up for the event includes:
12:00-12:30-These Wild Plains
3:30-4:15-Vintage Blue Music
6:45-8:15-Green River Ordinance
8:30-10:00-Saints of Valory
Tickets for Oswego Beats and Eats are $15 a person. Children 12 and under are free. Gates open at 11:30 am and re-entry is available. Chairs and blankets are encouraged. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.