Summer is the perfect time to attend food festivals and concerts and the Village of Oswego’s got you covered with both at Oswego Beats & Eats!
Oswego Beats & Eats, July 28 and August 25, showcases the best musicians from around the region and throughout the country who perform right here in Oswego — all for free. This summer’s concert series spills out into a party on Main Street with Chicago blues collaborative The Hurricane Project and roots rocker Dan Hubbard on July 28.
With his country-tinged roots rock, Dan Hubbard captures audiences with candid and playful lyrics, an inviting, warm stage presence, and a sound that harkens to Jason Mraz, Ryan Adams, and Bob Seeger, seamlessly blending big, vibrant vocals with whispered, almost conversational musings that brim with raw emotion and truth.
An Illinois-based singer songwriter with eight solo and group albums under his belt, Dan Hubbard has shared the stage with many prominent acts including Blues Traveler, Nikka Costa, Martin Sexton, Gin Blossoms, and Grand Funk Railroad. Hubbard is currently touring nationally in support of his 4th solo release, the self-titled Dan Hubbard, a collaboration with Nashville producer and three-time Grammy nominee Ken Coomer (Wilco, Uncle Tupelo).
The soulful Marlon Longid and jam band PolySci play August 25. Head to beatsandeats.com for the full line-up of bands coming soon.
And what about the eats?
Indulge in gourmet food and casual fare from regional favorites Stump Burger, TCBY, Wurst Kitchen, Señor Taco and Kona Ice, with more vendors added daily.
Don’t miss a beat!
All ages event. Must be 21 to drink.
Folding chairs are welcome.
Please note that coolers, outside food and drink, and pets are not allowed.
ATM available on site.
Gates are open 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
While you’re there, snap a picture of you and your friends and tags us: #BeatsAndEats #GoOswego
More information on the Oswego Beats & Eats event page on Facebook.