by Andrew Henderson
The SOS Fest, a three-day music festival, will be held July 19 through July 21 at the Hannibal Firemans Field on Rochester Street.
The musical lineup features bands from all over the country, including many national acts. There will also be speakers, food booths, free waterslides, craft booths, and many display booths.
The festival begins Friday, July 19 at 7 p.m. with “Second Story” from Fulton and “The Sent Forth” from Central New York. The bands will be followed by well known speaker Wes Aarum from Buffalo.
The night will end with national recording artists, “The Brothers McClurg,” from the Buffalo area. There is a cost for Friday night.
Music resumes Saturday evening at 5 p.m. with “The Good Fight” from Mexico, “Mollys Way” from Utica, “The 7 Thunders” from Long Island, “Against the Slate” from Pennsylvania, “Life Band” with Jonnie Nickles from Rome, national recording artist Grant Woell from Michigan and national recording artist, “Everyday Sunday” from Ohio.
In between bands, there will be several other special guest speakers and singers. There is a cost for Saturday as well.
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