There’s no reason to hold our breaths in wait for the weekend.
Mile of Music will again help music lovers through the winter and give good reason to love our Wednesdays.
The 2019-20 Rhythms & Brews concert series begins tonight at Riverview Gardens. The concerts are free, all ages and open to the community. The events will touch senses beyond the ears with dining options available and Stone Arch serving up its handcrafted beers.
The series provides an intimate concert experience in a beautiful venue.
The series will feature duos, trios and singer-songwriters both from the region and across the country. Fans will get a chance to see some favorites from past Mile of Music festivals as well as some new faces.
Tonight’s show, beginning at 7 p.m., will feature Anna Tivel of Portland, OR. with Nashville’s Maya de Vitry opening.
The series, sponsored by Nicolet National Bank, will feature 24 midweek concerts at Riverview Gardens. It’ll take a hiatus on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Shows through the remainder of 2019 will begin at 7 p.m. and include:
Nov. 13: Artist: Jamie Kent (Nashville) Special Guest: Jason Sheridan (Madison, WI)
Nov. 20: Artist: Don Gallardo (Nashville) Opening Act: Cole Woodruff (Indianapolis)
Nov. 27: Artist: Nathan Graham (Chicago) Opening Act: Tae (Green Bay, WI)
Dec. 4: Artist: Christopher Porterfield of Field Report (Milwaukee, WI) Opening Act: Ian Olvera (Milwaukee, WI)
Dec. 11: Artist: Good Morning Bedlam (Minneapolis) Opening Act: Gunn & The Girl (De Pere, WI)
Dec. 18: Artist: Buffalo Nichols (Milwaukee, WI) Opening Act: Genevieve Heyward (Door County, WI)