WATERVILLE – Hoping to celebrate a couple of big milestones, organizers expect to sell quite a few more than “Two Tickets to Paradise” for this year’s Taste of Greater Waterville.

That’s because singer Eddie Money will headline the annual community celebration of local eateries and businesses, which is in its 20th year.

Money, known for his hit song “Take Me Home Tonight” along with many others, is one of the biggest names ever to perform at the downtown Waterville festival.

Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce is also celebrating its 100th anniversary with the Aug. 1 event. Kimberly Lindlof, president and CEO of the chamber, noted the chamber booked Money to ensure this year’s celebration is the biggest ever.

Popular local bands will also take the stage, with Borderline Express and Fallen Angel opening for Money. The concerts start at 5 p.m., and Money takes the stage from 9 to 11 p.m.

The day’s events start at 11 a.m., with children’s activities, food vendors and other live entertainment all day.

General admission tickets for people age 21 and above to gain access to the concert and beer garden area will cost $5.