Celebrate Gaufest with Copper Box and a Beer Garden at River Rhythms this Week
In celebration of the Gauverband NordAmerika national German Dance Competition in Milwaukee this week, River Rhythms plays host to German band Copper Box!
Milwaukee, WI— River Rhythms, downtown’s destination for music on Wednesday evenings welcomes Copper Box this week to celebrate the world’s largest German dancing competition, Gaufest, which is being hosted in Downtown Milwaukee. The free concert series takes place from 6:30-9 p.m. every Wednesday until August 26th in Pere Marquette Park on Old World Third St. between State and Kilbourn.
In celebration of the Gauverband NordAmerika national German Dance Competition in Milwaukee this week, River Rhythms plays host to German band Copper Box! The event will also feature an authentic German beer and light food at the Hofbrau Beer Garden in the park. Please note, patrons are invited to stay later in the park this week as the band will perform until 10pm.
Copper Box is native to Oshkosh, Wisconsin and has been touring for years now statewide. The group is a mix of polka, rock and blues influence. According to the band’s website, “Copper Box creates a musical medley of American rhythms.”
Miller products, wine and soda will be available at the Westown Beverage tent with all proceeds going to benefit the free event. Patrons can also enjoy food from Simmer Truck, Eats and Treats, Cousin Subs and Laura’s Gourmet Popcorn.
Next week, River Rhythms welcomes 5 Card Studs to the stage! Find the rest of the 2015 River Rhythms lineup at Westown.org.
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