On the Stella Artois Main Stage
The Rusty Griswolds have been performing the best music of the ’80s since they started partying together in 1999. A local favorite, they have been voted “Best Party/Cover Band of the Year” TEN TIMES by the readers of CityBeat. On stage Friday night.
Ray Massa’s EuroRhythms are the most recognized and dynamic Italian-American show band in the country. A huge hit at Italian festivals and concerts coast to coast, the EuroRhythms bringing the swing sounds of Louis Prima, the smooth vocals of Dean Martin, and the harmonies of the Jersey Boys. On stage Saturday.
Since 1954, the Pete Wagner Band has been among the most in-demand acts of the Tristate area. The band has performed at thousands of receptions, anniversaries, private parties, conventions, political rallies, Reds and Bengals games, and big band dances at Coney Island’s Moonlite Pavilion for a record 51 consecutive years. The band, now led by Pete’s son Paul, has performed for five U.S. presidents and at Newport, Kentucky’s Festa Italiana (Northern Kentucky’s biggest festival) since its inception in 1991. On stage Sunday.
A performing artist since early childhood, Elio Scaccio has been singing virtually his entire life. Elio followed the huge success of his breakout debut CD Lettere D’Amore with a second release, Somewhere. A performer of the highest caliber, Elio has a captivating, silky-smooth voice, ringing high notes, warm inviting tone, and unmistakable stage presence. He has performed around the country as one of The Sicilian Tenors and with the touring show Two Gents & The Lady. On stage Sunday.
Beautiful procession honoring Our Lady, with a brief prayer service led by Father Anthony Dattilo with the Knights of Columbus and First Communicants from St. Catharine of Siena School. Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
St. Catharine School students perform traditional folk dances at various times throughout the weekend.