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Music highlights last day of Streamwood Summer Celebration

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  • Ricardo Arroyo of Elgin, with his 9-month-old child Leymar on his shoulders, strolls the midway Sunday during the final day of the 20th annual Streamwood Summer Celebration.

       Ricardo Arroyo of Elgin, with his 9-month-old child Leymar on his shoulders, strolls the midway Sunday during the final day of the 20th annual Streamwood Summer Celebration.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Felipe De La Rosa of Streamwood and his wife, Anita, watch their great-granddaughter on one of the rides as they stroll the midway Sunday during the final day of the Streamwood Summer Celebration.

       Felipe De La Rosa of Streamwood and his wife, Anita, watch their great-granddaughter on one of the rides as they stroll the midway Sunday during the final day of the Streamwood Summer Celebration.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Valeria Pena of Streamwood takes a break in the shade with her mother, Isabel Solis, on Sunday during the final day of the 20th annual Streamwood Summer Celebration.

       Valeria Pena of Streamwood takes a break in the shade with her mother, Isabel Solis, on Sunday during the final day of the 20th annual Streamwood Summer Celebration.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

The Streamwood Summer Celebration wrapped up Sunday with musical acts covering country music hits and the Beatles.

The Hillbilly Rockstarz took the stage first, performing contemporary hits in country music as well as classic tunes. They were followed by Cavern Beat, a Beatles tribute band who use vintage instruments, amplifiers and authentic outfits to bring the Fab Four to life.

The festival marked its 20th year in 2014, something reflected in the theme "A Roaring Good Time -- Celebrating 20 Years of Summer Celebration."

The three-day festival also included a parade, a golf tournament, carnival rides and even a business expo.

The event was sponsored by Streamwood Chamber of Commerce, village and park district.

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