Rounding out the talent booked for the 2014 Naperville Jaycees Last Fling, Aug. 29 through Sept. 1, is a host of popular and locally-known bands, The musicians will perform at the Entertainment Stage along Jackson Ave. Admission to the Entertainment Stage is free of charge.
Two Milwaukee locals kick-off the action on Friday, August 29. The WhiskeyBelles, widely known for their unique take on classic and folk-revival country tunes, will take the stage at 6PM, followed by the ever-popular Pat McCurdy at 8PM. McCurdy’s cabaret-style plays to an adult crowd, covering topics such as lost loves, politics and family vacations.
Entertainment gets jump-started at noon on Saturday, August, 30 with OMT’s varietal set list ranging from Rock to Indie to Country.
Then it’s Twist of Faith’s mix of covers and original Contemporary Christian music at 2PM, followed by Sinister Finch, a West Suburban Rock n’ Roll cover band performing favorites from the 70’s through today, at 4PM.
Love & Money, a Naperville staple, performs their up-tempo covers at 6PM just before Black Cat Bone, a bluesy-tuned local band, takes the stage at 8PM.
The line-up for Sunday, August 31 begins with Live Wire, a well-received all-kids Rock n’ Roll cover group, at 2PM. Phosephene, touted as Chicago’s hottest female-fronted pop rock band, is slated at 4PM.
Rapper CraCajaC performs his fresh and positive sound starting at 6PM. Matthew Curry, who is just off tour with Journey, Steve Miller Band, Peter Frampton and The Doobie Brothers, caps the evening at 8PM.
Chicago Natives, The Mob Rules, will bring high-energy Classic Rock, R&B and Funk to their audience at 1PM on Monday, September 1, just before Rush tribute band, The Ents, close out the festival beginning at 3PM.
(Note the video produced by NCTV17 at the top of the page featuring The Ents performing in July during Naper Nights at Naper Settlement.)
These acts will perform at the free Entertainment stage located just inside the event entrance near the intersection of Jackson Ave. and Main St.
For more information, visit www.lastfling.org.