Children move to the music in front of the east end Peoples Bank Stage.
                                (Photos by Maria Matson/Whidbey News-Times)

Children move to the music in front of the east end Peoples Bank Stage. (Photos by Maria Matson/Whidbey News-Times)

A weekend to remember

The Oak Harbor Music Festival was a hit — and played many hits —during the Labor Day Weekend.

On Friday, the soulful rock band Heels To The Hardwood played on the Island Thrift Stage. Singer David John played guitar and sang amid smoke and lights.

On Friday, the soulful rock band Heels To The Hardwood played on the Island Thrift Stage. Singer David John played guitar and sang amid smoke and lights.

Owen DuBois, 2, and his sister Olivia, 5, of Oak Harbor, had fun on Friday attending the festival with their family.

Owen DuBois, 2, and his sister Olivia, 5, of Oak Harbor, had fun on Friday attending the festival with their family.

Musical numbers performed by over 30 bands during the music-filled Labor Day weekend had attendees dancing the night away.

Musical numbers performed by over 30 bands during the music-filled Labor Day weekend had attendees dancing the night away.

The Paperboys play on the Peoples Bank stage.

The Paperboys play on the Peoples Bank stage.

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