ROCKTON – Big and Rich is coming to the 2015 Old Settler’s Days (OSD) festival main stage on June, 20. This is one many highlights of the OSD kick-off party on March 26.

An electrifying atmosphere surrounded fibs as Rockton Lion’s Club President Kerri Wallace joined Steve Summers and the crew from Q98.5 in announcing bands slated to perform this year. Prize giveaways included novelty items, ticket packages, and meet and greet passes for main stage acts.

The Rockton Lion’s Club OSD festival is heading into its 16th year and has grown into one of the area’s biggest attractions!

Before heading over the festival grounds give the gift of life from 1 to 8 p.m. at the Greater Rockton Centre on Thursday. Those who give blood will receive a free OSD admission pass. Anyone who brings eyeglasses to recycle is allowed a second free pass.

Gates open on Thursday June 18 where a Midway by Skinners Amusements, vendor booths, an informational booth, 50/50 raffles, food and a beer tent offer something for everyone.

Young and those who are young in spirit can take a spin on various rides, or can take a chance by playing games. What has grown into a spectacular parade is rolling down Rockton’s Main Street at noon on Saturday, June 20.

Last year the Rockton Lion’s Club introduced a 5K run to benefit the Carrie Lynn Children’s Center. The Rockton Fireman’s Association is partnering with organizers of the 5K as they serve as a pancake breakfast.

The 5K course begins at 8 a.m., immediately following check in, packet pickups, a colors presentation and singing of our National Anthem. The course ends at the Hononegah High School south parking lot and runs eastbound on the Rockton bike path with a turnaround at the Hononegah Forest Preserve entrance, then westbound back to the high school.

The course is USATF Certified. Results will be tallied by a professional electronic bib chip timing method. Age divisions start at 8 and under covering ages up to over 70.

Best overall male and female, and top three finishers in each age group earn an OSD concert badge for the main concert stage where Big and Rich are performing.

Parking will be provided in the north portion of Hononegah High School. Registration fees for adults are $30, and children 12 and under, $20. Late registration fees after June 3 are $40. Mail in registration may be done online at RunSignUp.com, or may be mailed into Rockton PD, Sgt. Dean Camacho, and 110 East Main Street, Rockton, IL. 61072. Help support the Carrie Lynn Center.  Race questions may be directed to Michelle Masters at  [email protected] or call (815) 200-1096. All participants get cool swag items such as the 2015 OSD T-shirt, OSD festival pass if over 12 years of age, and OSD 5K water bottle, free admission to the Rockton Volunteer Association pancake breakfast, plus other awesome goodies.

Rounding out the main stage lineup are Sam Hunt, Thomas Rhett, Chase Rice, and Cowboy Troy.

Sounds of multi-talented bands promise to fill the festival stage. Different genres of music guarantee the finest in entertainment as the Sensations, Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos, Audio drive; Love and Thunder, Pablo and the Rhythmix, Can’t Touch This, and Dirty Fishnet Stockings each take the stage!

OSD Chair, Steve Pomahac and a full volunteer committee is behind organizing this mega sized, four day festival!

High level corporate sponsors have an opportunity to enter the Lion’s Den VIP tent. Presale concert tickets are $20 each or they may be purchased at the gate for $25.

Four-day admission passes can by bought in advance for $6 each or will be available for $10 at the gate. Children under 12 enter free. All main stage concerts require an extra ticket, covering all ages.

Newly added this year is a weekend pass deal for $80. Details on this offer, a full event schedule and concert information is available on the Old Settler’s Days website. Join in days of pure fun at the 2015 OSD festival!

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