Point of No Return (in Eagan)

kansaseagan-SM.JPGI’m of the mindset that summer is over when September comes. I know that ticks people off, but our recent temperature drop the past couple weeks only reinforces this feeling in my psyche.

Hey, know why wearing a jacket every day is awesome? More pockets.

And in celebration of fall, this weekend is Faithful Shepherd Catholic School’s Fourth Annual Septemberfest, a two-night music festival in Eagan — billed as the ‘biggest little block party in the ‘burbs.’

Friday’s headliner is local blues/funk/soul group Root City, with local rock group Catchpenny and local cover band favorite Uncle Chunk opening.

Saturday’s headliner is classic rock band Kansas with Minneapolis cover band Zebra Mussels and Hastings, MN coverband Heartbreaker opening.

The event is rain/shine under 128,000-square-foot concert pavilion. Ticket prices are $15 for each night, $25 for both nights. Parking is free. Attendees under age 21 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Food catered from Jake’s City Grille and yes, there will be beer served. Advance tickets available online. Event proceeds benefit Faithful Shepherd.

And don’t forget the jacket.

1 Comment so far

  1. Erica M (unregistered) on September 18th, 2007 @ 11:38 am

    As a little Catholic school graduate m’self, that’s pretty cool.

    (I was just hanging out in Eagan the other day. Which, like, never happens. Lots of Eagan all of a sudden.)



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