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Future Neenah Launches Evening Concerts Series

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Neenah, WI May 1, 2019 – Future Neenah is launching their Evening Concert series at Shattuck Park in Downtown Neenah on June 19th, 2019. The kick-off performance features BritBeat – A Tribute to the Beatles. BritBeat is a ‘Multimedia Concert Journey Through Beatles Music History’ and so much fun!

The Evening Concerts are set on the picturesque waterfront stretch on Wednesdays from June 19th until August 14th   from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. These concerts are free for the community to enjoy thanks to our generous sponsors. The complete artist lineup includes:

June 19             BritBeat Sponsored by: Nicolet National Bank

June 26             Salsa Manzana Sponsored by: ATW

July 10             The Pocket Kings   Sponsored by: Associated Bank

July 17              Kyle Menga & The Monsoons   Sponsored by: Premier Locations, authorized agent of    U.S. Cellular

July 24               Porky’s Groove Machine   Sponsored by: Community First Credit Union

July 31             FBI & The Untouchable Horns   Sponsored by: Alta Resources

August 7          Kari Lynch Band   Sponsored by: Fritz and Elizabeth Merizon

August 14         The Michael Handler Project   Sponsored by: Neenah Foundry/Richard and Amy Jo Aylward

These concerts provide a great atmosphere for adults, children, and families alike because of the vast concert lawn (plenty of space to stretch out or dance), live music, and per city ordinance liquor is not allowed in community parks. Concerts include regionally recognized artists and bands.

Each week two different food trucks will be onsite for dinner, drinks and snacks. Listening to music and trying new food trucks at Shattuck Park is the best way to spend your Wednesday nights this summer. You can even boat to the concert, tie up spaces are available for boats so guests can enjoy from the water.

For details or more information visit www.neenah.org or call 722-1920.


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