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Yorkville Fall Fest and Pumpkin Pull
Watch as hundreds of pumpkins float down the river and have your chance at winning prizes in the second annual Pumpkin Pull at his year's Fall Fest! Join the United City of Yorkville and the Knights of Columbus to enjoy hayrides, pumpkin decorating, live music, great food and more! 10 am - 6 pm
The Avett Brothers at the Genesee Theatre
The Avett Brothers joined together to present songs about the human experience. Subject matters are tragic, joyful, and inexhaustible. They combine bluegrass, country, punk, pop melodies, folk, rock and roll, indie rock, honky tonk, and ragtime to produce a novel sound. Tickets are priced at $68-$78.
Music at Debate Square
Enjoy the serenity of Debate Square and the great sounds of local musicians. Quynetta Sanders opens the series with a jazz performance on June 30. July 14 features Seasaw (Meg Golz and Eve Wilczewski) offering folk and pop tunes. July 21 is Kendra Beth Swanson singing her own mix of folk and bluegrass. Shelby Gahm appears on July 28 offering pop. August 11 is Southpaw Stance (Justin Pasch, Nick Rabb, Adam Rodebaugh) with acoustic Americana rock. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.
Kiss: Freedom to Rock Tour at the BMO Harris Bank Center
In their 40 year career, Kiss has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide. Their 1975 album "Alive!" climbed into the Top Ten and their single, "Rock 'N' Roll All Nite," made it to number 12. Their album, "Destroyer," was the group's first platinum album and featured their first Top Ten single, the power ballad "Beth." As America's #1 Gold Record Award winning group of all time, KISS can easily be named one of rock's most influential bands. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers have released 44 albums and sold more than 100 million albums worldwide.
Bluegrass Music Festival
Come out for the Annual Bluegrass Music Festival where the jamming doesn't stop! Primitive camping available Friday night. Canteen open Saturday. Suggested donation $5 per person for members and $20 donation for nonmembers which includes a one year Northern Illinois Bluegrass Association (NIBA) membership. Noon - 6 pm
Kendall County Fair
The Kendall County Fair is a fantastic fair full of new and exciting events for the whole family. Enjoy the Truck and Tractor Pull, Western Speed Show, Carnival and Livestock Shows and many new exhibits for your family to enjoy. Fun contests every day. See also the Family Stage, Grandstand Shows and 4 H Auction.
Dueling Pianos at Grafton Winery The Vineyards
Dueling Pianos are coming to Grafton Winery The Vineyards. Join us to sing and dance the night away with Spanky Entertainment. Tickets are $30 per person plus tax and gratuity. Ticket includes dinner and show. Wine Club members enjoy 10% off. Advanced reservations required 618-786-3001.
Tri-County Olden Days
Come out and enjoy a family oriented event that has something for everyone in Dow, Illinois! A steam, gas and threshing show will feature antique tractors, engines and heritage demonstrations, along with an antique tractor pull. There will be live entertainment both days, with Cowboy Church on Sunday. Shop the large craft & flea market and enjoy lots of good "old-fashioned" food. Admission is $5 per person. Children 12 and under are free.
Dig out your berets and bowlers, ushankas and sombreros, and celebrate diversity in style! This event is a dancing, eating, creating and learning celebration of Aurora’s diverse cultures, past and present, benefitting Family Focus Aurora, World Relief and the Aurora Historical Society. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. 4-8 pm
The Little River Band at the Genesee
The Little River Band is stronger than ever with a rock/country crossover sound and the unmistakable feeling of a band really enjoying itself. Join them at the Genesee with special guests Ambrosia.
Rock the Hops 2016
Rock the Hops returns to Downtown Alton, Il. A celebration of music, art and craft beer featuring some of the best purveyors of the goods in the region! Tickets are $15 a person with grants you access to beer sampling at each venue, a souvenir tasting glass, and access to shuttles. Beer sampling not your thing? Come out anyway and enjoy music, art and the venues' normal offerings!
Sauce Alton Food Truck Festival
This even will feature food trucks from around the region offering global street food cuisine. In addition, the amphitheater's concession team will offer beverages of all types to compliment the food trucks. Live music will be showcased on the amphitheater stage with Boogie Chyld as the Food Truck Festival's headliner. The Alton Food Truck Festival is free to the general public. Each food truck will have a different food offering with a range of prices. For more information, call (800) 258-6645.
Flatland Summer Jam
Flatland Summer Jam is almost here! The jam-packed event will feature many musicians with headliner being Levi Riggs. Taking place on August 27 in Veteran's Park, come and enjoy the live music from 12 to 10 PM. A bags tournament will also be taking place! To sign up or view the official line up, check out the website at flatlandsummerjam.com.
Roodhouse Sesquicentennial Celebration
Come celebrate 150 years of food, family and fun in Roodhouse! Festivities include the "There Is No Place Like Home" parade, car show, youth day, heath fair, demonstrators and craft vendors, quilt show, amusement rides, little miss pageant, historical museum, beer tent, BINGO games, historical play, and community church service. Plenty of food vendors and two stages of free entertainment daily. Free parking and free admission.
DCI Marching Band Tour
The Drum Corps International Tour will march it's way to WIU's Hanson Field on August 2. Show time will begin at 7 PM, and tickets will range from $12-$25. To order tickets in advance, and for official prices, please visit dcitickets.showare.com.
Shop, Sip Socialize #ProudlyDeKalb
Come Sip, Shop, & Socialize in Downtown DeKalb. Stores will be offering Sidewalk sales and new inventory! The Stage Coach Players and the Garage Orchestra will providing entertainment. Downtown Merchants are also raffling off a basket full of goodies.
Aurora Historical Society's Independence Day Celebration
Join the Aurora Historical Society Open House at the Museum! Entertainment on the lawn, a picnic, petting zoo, magician, games, crafts, a pie-eating contest, music by Hudson Crossing and of course, the national bell-ringing ceremony at 1 pm. A free family celebration! (11 am - 2 pm)
The Fog Lights at Jacoby Arts Center
The Fog Lights have been a long time coming. After a year of playing shows and recording, their album "Manhassett" debuts on July 25th. The first single- "Lead the Way"- features the pair's sweet, high harmonies and dual acoustic guitars, backed with brushed drums and bursts of harmonica. Under it all, gently subversive banjo anchors the folked-ip aesthetic that runs through the album. Loading with chirped strums and warm harmonies. "Manhassett" is minimalist and delicate, sometimes forgoing instruments for punctuated a cappella single lines.For more information, call (618) 462-5222.
Old Salt Union Concert at Central Park
The last concert of the Levitt Amp Music Series is one that you do not want to miss. In addition to Old Salt Union, see additional act Lowder & Manning. Music begins at 11 a.m. Old Salt Union is a bluegrass band that takes pride in playing music by its own set of rules.
Rapture Ruckus Concert at Central Park
The Levitt Amp Music Series presents Rapture Ruckus in Downtown Jacksonville at 7 p.m. Formerly a Christian hip-hop crew, Rapture Ruckus now infuses multiple musical genres into their sound, creating their own unique brand of Christian rock.
Batavia's 4th of July Sky Concert
The City of Batavia is proud to host one of the most celebrated 4th of July fireworks productions in the western suburbs of Chicago, which we proudly call the “Sky Concert.” It has a more than 50-year history of being produced and paid for by local citizens.
Angela Perley and the Howlin Moons at Central Park
Summer is coming to a close so wind down on a Friday evening with the Levitt Amp Music Series in Downtown Jacksonville with Angela Perley and the Howlin Moons. Angela Perley's nostalgic and high-energy rock music tells stories of love, death, railroads and everything in-between.
Red, White, and Brew
Spend July 3rd the right way in Alton! Old Bakery Beer Co. and Hansen Meat Co. are throwing a fireworks viewing party with live music entertainment from One Take Band starting at 6 p.m. Fireworks show starts at 9 p.m. For more information, call (618) 465-4400. Admission: $5 cover includes chair for the night, and access to concessions!
Morris Day at the Genesee
Longtime Prince collaborator and full-time smooth Morris Day is one of the most swaggering and peacockish funk performers to hit the stage since the Purple One himself. As the frontman of the Time, the charismatic Day built a serious name for himself in the ‘80s with his colorful showmanship, introducing international audiences to his slick stage presence in musical films like Purple Rain and Graffiti Bridge. Tickets are $29.50-$54.00.