This Saturday, the Hillsboro Concert Series will host the Wood Street Music Festival for the second time. The initial concert last year was a huge success and welcomed music fans from all over the world. With a day of free music including five different bands, the festival this year hopes to build on the excitement from the previous two concerts this summer.
LSXPRSS will begin the day at around noon. Drew Shaefor and Neil C. Luike, pals, formed the band, and the St. Louis metropolitan area has gained a fan attraction in their rock melodies. Luke may be performed in the Old Souls Revival, whereas Drew can be identified in the Old Capital Square Dance Club.
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Around 2:30 p.m., a Litchfield-based pair named The Jarman Brothers will perform. Jason Jarmon, who most recently played in the band Side Effect, and Joe Jarmon have been playing together for many years.
At 4:30 p.m., The Starkillers, a high school garage band from the area, will play. The Starkillers, a Litchfield-based band that has only been performing together for a little over a year, have been making waves in central Illinois.