For the past two weeks, King of Prussia and West Chester have been experiencing heat waves. On Saturday night it did rain and things did cool off a little bit, but it was 90 degrees by the time I left Everhart Park. It was beautiful when I arrived at 11am -- probably around 80 degrees. By the time I walked to the Park, it was 11:15am and I was hungry. I ordered a beef hot dog and sat on the bench and sat there for the first song the School of Rock band played. It sounded familiar, but I wasn't sure what it was. When they played "Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N Roses, I walked over and started rocking out. They played four songs.
The next group to perform, compiled mostly of brothers, was Levi Road. They were a mix of rock and country, but mostly country. I enjoyed them because they did play covers (Jason Aldean's Hicktown, and I think Kenny Chesney) and original songs. I think they're still in high school and/or early college. Very talented.
When Supreems and the New Experience came on, I walked to the playground and went on the swings. I'm not really into R & B, but what I heard while I was on the swings and sitting in the gazebo, it sounded pretty good. I left when a band started playing jazz and it was getting really hot. Overall, it was a great experience, much like last year, and I enjoyed myself. :)