Milwaukee Indie Band- Soul Low takes the River Rhythms stage this week
Soul Low is a four-piece indie band from Milwaukee who juxtapose wavering vocal pop melodies with introspective and often self-depreciating lyrics.
Soul Low is a four-piece indie band from Milwaukee who juxtapose wavering vocal pop melodies with introspective and often self-depreciating lyrics. Their nervy, jazz-informed instrumentals offer a familiar yet off-kilter sound reminiscent to Modest Mouse.
Miller products, wine, a Korbel cocktail, 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 Dongers: A Wisconsin Thing, Cousins Subs and Laura’s Gourmet Popcorn.
In collaboration with Newaukee to further enhance Westown Wednesdays, the Newaukee Night Market will be taking place from 2nd to 4th street on Wisconsin Avenue tomorrow evening from 5pm- 10pm. Patrons are able to walk between both River Rhythms and the Night Market throughout the evening. The Night Market is a free, open-air market that offers a wide variety of experiences for people of all backgrounds and ages.
Next week, River Rhythms welcomes King Solomon, to the stage! Find the rest of the 2016 River Rhythms line-up at Westown.org.
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Week of Irish Entertainment Planned
Oktoberfest to take place at Pere Marquette Park and Marcus Center Grounds Thursday, September 29th through Sunday, October 2nd
September 29-October 2
This five-piece bluegrass band is known throughout Milwaukee for putting on a show filled with foot-stomping and thigh-slapping music.
Cache brings a Latin flare to River Rhythms with their fun blend of salsa music and big band influence, sure to get the crowd dancing!
This award-winning rockabilly band has a strong foothold in Southeastern Wisconsin and is sure to entertain crowds of all ages.
Children of all ages are welcome for this free event
The Cajun Strangers’ lively brand of traditional Cajun music has led them from local dance floors to international acclaim
The free concert series takes place from 6:30-9 p.m. every Wednesday through August 31st in Pere Marquette Park.
This is an opportunity for the public to walk with the Mayor and observe all of the exciting neighborhood developments along the way.
King Solomon has become one of Milwaukee’s most popular reggae groups, known for their soulful vibe and authentic reggae sound.