Get tickets for Blues & Roots on Water Street June 10

  • Jonas Friddle & The Majority, an indie folk rock band from Chicago, will headline the Roots Stage at the Blues & Roots on Water Street festival June 10.

    Jonas Friddle & The Majority, an indie folk rock band from Chicago, will headline the Roots Stage at the Blues & Roots on Water Street festival June 10. Courtesy of Jonas Friddle & The Majority

  • Wayne Baker Brooks will perform on the blues stage at the 2017 Blues & Roots on Water Street festival on Saturday, June 10.

    Wayne Baker Brooks will perform on the blues stage at the 2017 Blues & Roots on Water Street festival on Saturday, June 10. Courtesy of Wayne Baker Brooks

  • The Chicago-based bluegrass Leadfoot Band will perform Saturday, June 10, on the Root stage at the Blues & Roots on Water Street festival on Saturday, June 10.

    The Chicago-based bluegrass Leadfoot Band will perform Saturday, June 10, on the Root stage at the Blues & Roots on Water Street festival on Saturday, June 10. Courtesy of Leadfoot Band

  • Local favorite Noah Gabriel will perform at the Blues & Roots on Water Street Saturday, June 10, in Batavia.

    Local favorite Noah Gabriel will perform at the Blues & Roots on Water Street Saturday, June 10, in Batavia. Courtesy of Noah Gabriel

  • Chicago Farmer, the moniker Bloomington, Illinois' Cody Diekhoff performs and writes under, will perform June 10 in Batavia.

    Chicago Farmer, the moniker Bloomington, Illinois' Cody Diekhoff performs and writes under, will perform June 10 in Batavia. Courtesy of Gaianeye

 
 
Updated 5/2/2017 8:02 PM

Tickets are limited for the 2017 Blues & Roots on Water Street festival. It will 4:30 to 11 p.m. Saturday, June 10, at Water Street Studios, 160 S. Water St. in Batavia.

This one-day event features six acts on two stages, all indoors. This is an intimate festival featuring some of the finest in Roots, Americana and Blues that the Chicago area has to offer.

 

This year, Chicago Blues mainstay and carrier of the family torch, Wayne Baker Brooks will headline the festival's Blues Stage while Jonas Friddle & The Majority, an eight-piece indie folk rock band out of Chicago, will headline the Roots Stage.

Rounding out the Blues Stage lineup will be the Fox Valley's very own Noah Gabriel and the Ladies of Leland, which is a band fronted by Scott Tipping and featuring Mae Koen, Nora O'Connor and Mary Lou O'Brien.

The Roots Stage lineup also will feature the Chicago-based bluegrass Leadfoot Band, and Midwest bred in folk and Americana Bloomington, Illinois native Chicago Farmer.

The festival doors will open at 4:30 p.m. and the music will start promptly at 5 p.m.

Food, courtesy of Batavia's River's Edge Bar & Grill, and beverage will be available for purchase. This year, festival organizers are working on a "Festival Drink," designed especially for this particular event, and featuring a take-home commemorative glass.

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Tickets for the festival are limited and available on Eventbrite.

Tickets may also be purchased at Kiss The Sky and Water Street Studios. Tickets purchased online will be emailed to the purchaser of record and they will need to be printed and brought to the festival for entry. Tickets purchased in advance are $25 (plus processing fees if purchased online).

The festival is brought to you by Water Street Studios, Batavia MainStreet, Kiss The Sky and the Fox Valley Music Foundation, with support from Batavia Enterprises, Waveform, Music Matters, Loco Logos Graphic Design, Barco Products and Drendel & Jansons Law Group.

There will be an after-show gathering at the River's Edge Bar & Grill, located on River Street in downtown Batavia.

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