Summer Sol Fest is a Music and Art Festival that takes place at Hidden Lake Venue in Wichita, KS. This event is on July 22 & 23, 2023. Odd Fellow Hall is putting on this event.
Tickets for Sol Fest Wichita:
- Genneral Admission is $25
- Grants you access to the festival and all activities, excluding the VIP sections, from 2pm to 12am. (Does not include parking pass)
- Kids Ticket is $10
- Kids 12 and under will need this discounted ticket for entry!
- VIP is $75 before July 1st and $100 after July 1st.
- VIP perks include: access to the A/C Venue on the land, indoor bathrooms, a private bar, full taco and appetizer buffet curated by Odd Fellow Hall, a parking pass for a car load, a commemorative T-Shirt, Meet & Greet with the bands, and a gated viewing area in front of the stage..
Other info about this Festival:
- Music will start at 2 pm and go on until midnight
- They do charge for parking.
- Inside the gate parking is limited so in an effort to have people car pool we are charging by the car load. You will be checked in at the front gate and around venue parking is even more scarce!
- They will have family activities.
Band Lineup for Sol Fest 2023:
- 9-11PM “Making Movies” (Headliner out of Kansas City) – This is a band that makes American music with an asterisk: because Making Movies’ sound encompasses the entirety of the Americas, not solely the country inarguably centered in mainstream everything. It’s through this broader perspective that Making Movies crunches classic rock into Latin American rhythms — African-derived percussion and styles like rumba, merengue, mambo and cumbia — in a way that feels oddly familiar, yet delivers the invigorating chills of hearing something singularly special.
- 7:30-8:30PM “Josue Estrada Band” (Wichita) – Josué Estrada, [first gen mexican american] [chicano], as an LA to Kansas transplant in early adolescence, has never been without the influence of place and identity in art. Emerging as a soulful addition to bossanova surfpunk and dystopian carnival bluegrass projects, from here to touring half the globe, he is now finding a wide Wichita audience for the transcendent chicano jazz only he can make: honoring the masters through time, incorporating inimitable style from his og’s, avant garde into boleros, and pulling spiritual jazz great’s jams into 2023. Stepping into curatorial roles in the Midtopia studio and feature sets for Bradley Fair’s summer concert series, the future is bright for the literal star from everywhere.
- 6:10-7:10PM “Tumbao” (Wichita) – Live Salsa Band with horns, percussion, rhythm and passionate performances. This band is a guaranteed good time that always delivers. We challenge you to try not to move during this set!
- 4:50-5:50PM “DayDream” (Wichita) -Daydream is a 9-piece horn band from Wichita, KS that plays thoughtful, original compositions as well as covers that deliver a fun environment. These are some bad MoFo’s.
- 4-4:30PM “S@ntiago” (Wichita) -S@ntiago delivers timeless New Rock music that instills a sense of Nostalgia in the freshest way you’ve heard. Consisting of Operatically Trained Frontman D’Angelo Santiago Talbot, Shredding Guitar Icon Jordan Wynn, Groove Bass Royalty Kameron Kroeber, and the Glue Carter Nold on Drums, You’ll find yourself singing along and nodding your head to their beautifully rockin’ tunes!
- 3:15-3:45PM “Casey Abay” (Wichita) – Solo Singer/Song Writer delivering originals and covers you love engaging in an interactive and energetic way to provide sounds that are sure to make the body move and soul groove.
Food Trucks for Sol Fest:
Local Flavor – Main outdoor vendor with a smoking pit putting out insanely delicious smoked chicken thighs, Pulled Pork, and Hot Link Sandwiches.