I do have some updates on the event. The cost is now $15 for admission. This gets you access to 7 different bands playing throughout the day. Food and drinks will be available to purchase from Metro's Institute for the Culinary Arts and Soaring Wings Vineyard. I'm told food will be about $3-6 per item. Wine should be reasonably priced as well.
The band lineup for Saturday is:
2:30 - Kyle Harvey
3:30 - Matt Cox
4:30 - Brad Hoshaw
5:30 - Scott Severin & the Milton Burlesque
7:00 - Holy Smoke (parts of the The Jazzwholes with Mo Jo Poe)
8:00 - Whipkey 3
9:00 - Sarah Benck & The Robbers
Here's the (slightly modified) press release for the event.
Food & Spirits Magazine Announces Rock, Stock & Barrel Sept. 13Food & Spirits Magazine, of Omaha, is pleased to announce its first event, Rock, Stock & Barrel, which will be held at Soaring Wings Vineyard on September 13th . The event, held from 2-10:30 p.m., will be a benefit for the Omaha Food Bank and feature seven top Omaha bands and musicians, wine from Soaring Wings Vineyard as well as food from the Institute for the Culinary Arts at Metropolitan Community College.
"For our first event, we really wanted to bring together food, spirits, music and a good cause to just have some fun," Erik Totten publisher of Food & Spirits Magazine said. "All of the people involved are volunteering their time to make this a good event for the Food Bank so I hope we get a lot of people out there to enjoy some good food and wine and listen to some great music."
Rock, Stock & Barrel's musical lineup includes Sarah Benck & the Robbers, The Whipkey 3, Kyle Harvey, Matt Cox, Brad Hoshaw, Scott Severin & the Milton Burlesque and Wholey Smoke. Tickets for the all-afternoon event are $15 and can purchased at etix.com and at all Etix locations or by calling 402-203-6145. Tickets can also be purchased at the event.
Food & Spirits Magazine is a locally owned full-color glossy magazine dedicated to all things food and spirits in Omaha, NE. After releasing their premiere issue in September of 2007, which won four awards, the publication has released their fourth issue and has launched their website (http://www.fsmomaha.com/) as of September 2008. For more information contact Erik Totten at 402-203-6145 or through email at .