Warrenville concert gets in the groove tonight

August 29, 2012 by  

An evening performance will be held tonight, August 29, by the band SODA. It will be part of ‘Concerts on the Commons’ at Bob Walters Commons, between the Library and City Hall, in Warrenville, Illinois. Tonight’s performance begins at 7:00 pm and runs until 10:00 pm.

Guests are invited to pack a picnic dinner, bring along lawn chairs and blankets, and enjoy a family-friendly musical evening. SODA plays a selection of classic pop and rock, disco, Motown, new wave, and popular melodies from the 80s.

As one of Chicago’s best loved bands that has become known as the ‘Get the Party Started Group’, members of SODA have come from The Loose Screws and The Only Sons. The group is very diverse and very popular, as they are known to capture the audience’s attention and maintain it throughout their performances. Some of its influences include the Black-Eyed Peas, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews, and Cee Lo Green. SODA has three lead singers, each with their own styles, that belt out the tunes with authenticity. They have even been known to toss in a little alternative music. Often closing to a standing ovation, it looks set to be a great opportunity to bring the family down, enjoy the music, and even get up and dance.

Poster printing and digital flyer printing may have been used to promote SODA to the residents and surrounding areas. To learn more about these free concerts, please visit Concerts on the Commons website or call the Warrenville Library.