Pop legends of the ’90s and ’00s take the stage at Addison Circle Park on June 4-5; tickets on sale May 3
Since its inception in 1993, Taste Addison has earned a reputation for curating the most exciting collection of musical entertainment and pairing it with a menu of culinary treats that showcases the city’s celebrated restaurant history. When the festival returns June 4-5, 2021, it will again present an array of musical legends sure to please everyone. Tickets for the festival go on sale at 10 a.m. May 3.
On Friday night, Taste Addison celebrates its opening night with a party on the Main Stage. The high-energy David Whiteman Band kicks off the festival covering a wide range of genres. Then, Emerald City Band revels in danceable Top 40 covers from the ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and today. Finally, rapper-singer Flo Rida closes out the evening with fun party hits like “Low,” “Right Round” and “Good Feeling.”
On Saturday, Taste Addison takes a momentous road trip across the pop music landscape of the 1990s and 2000s. Satisfaction: The International Rolling Stones Show starts the day with sounds from the ’60s and ’70s. Then California rock band Lit takes the stage with songs like their fan-favorite “My Own Worst Enemy.” Popular rock band Hoobastank follows with hits such as “The Reason” and “Crawling in the Dark.” Florida emo band The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus will perform “Face Down” and more. Finally, San Francisco’s Third Eye Blind closes out the evening with major hits like “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Jumper” and “Never Let You Go.”
A second music stage, the CBS11 Legends Stage, will feature tribute bands and singer-songwriters both Friday and Saturday.
“Just as Addison restaurants serve tasty bites for every palate, Taste Addison’s musical entertainment offers something for everyone,” said Jasmine Lee, Addison’s Director of Special Events. “This legendary lineup of musicians perfectly complements the food and fun for which Taste Addison is loved.”