Milwaukee residents invited to Rhythm & Bloom concert series opening
News release from Alds. Cavalier Johnson and Chantia Lewis
Alderman Cavalier Johnson and Alderwoman Chantia Lewis invite their neighbors to attend the opening event of the Rhythm & Bloom Havenwoods Concert Series tonight, July 21st for an evening of live local music and food celebrating summer in Milwaukee. The first concert will take place from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Green Tree Community Garden at W. 60th Street and N. Green Tree Road. The “Family Night” lineup includes Fox and Branch and Kelli & the Soul Mates, with food from the Jamaican Kitchen & Grill food truck.
“This concert series is a fantastic way to get out and celebrate summer,” Alderwoman Lewis said. “I can’t wait to see my neighbors and enjoy some great entertainment.”
“The Rhythm & Bloom Havenwoods Concert Series is sure to bring people in the community together and make this a summer to remember,” Alderman Johnson said.
Event sponsors and partners include U.S. Bank, Direct Supply, Hentzen Coatings, CDBG Milwaukee, HEDC, Milwaukee’s Choice Neighborhood and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Visit http://havenwoods.org/rhythm-blooms-concert-series/ for a full schedule.
What: Rhythm & Bloom Havenwoods Concert Series opening
When: 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. tonight, July 21st
Where: Green Tree Community Garden, 60th St. & Green Tree Rd.
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