‘Brews & BBQ’ festival takes place during Ives Concert Park; Spin Doctors headline
July 16, 2017 - bbq set
The fourth annual Brews BBQ festival — creatively set for May and afterwards rescheduled due to sleet — finally takes place this weekend during Ives Concert Park in Danbury. Saturday, Jul 22, is when it all happens, including a unison by a Spin Doctors.
Organizers pronounced formerly purchased tickets will be respected during Saturday’s event. Chris Barron, who fronts a band, pronounced he’s looking brazen to sampling a drink or two, as good as some barbecue, after a show. Barron common some-more in an talk with Hearst Connecticut Media, progressing this year.
“We’re still a strange guys, that is really unusual,” Barron said, of a Grammy-nominated organisation best famous for a early 1990s hits, such as “Two Princes” and “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong.”
The Spin Doctors will play fan favorites during a festival, afterwards excavate into some deeper cuts for their hard-core fans. Barron, who lives in Manhattan with his mother and dual cats, also common that a new manuscript drops this fall.
Opening a uncover will be Easton proprietor David Robushi, with his mother Deena and their rope Moonshine, profitable reverence to today’s nation music. Robushi, who has headlined during Mohegan Sun, pronounced he’s happy to perform during Ives Concert Park, generally given he lived in Danbury for 10 years and has never played Ives before.
“Brews BBQ,” with hosts including Townsquare Media, i95 and Kicks 105.5, is flattering most a large outside party. Aside from a Spin Doctors and Moonshine, song will be supposing by The Renegades. There will also be copiousness of food and drink from countless vendors.
Ives Concert Park, Western Connecticut State University Westside Campus, 43 Lake Ave. Ext., Danbury. Saturday, Jul 22, 3 to 9 p.m. $20 during gate, $15 in advance. Advance tickets embody initial drink for giveaway (must be 21 or older). 203-837-9226.