Milwaukee Favorite, King Solomon, Returns to River Rhythms
Known for their soulful vibe and authentic reggae sound, the group brings the sounds of the Caribbean right here to Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE – River Rhythms, downtown Milwaukee’s destination for music on Wednesday evenings, welcomes King Solomon to the stage on Wednesday, August 22nd. The free concert series takes place from 6:30 – 9 p.m. every Wednesday through August 29th in Pere Marquette Park on Old World Third Street between State and Kilbourn.
Since their formation in 1998, King Solomon has become one of Milwaukee’s most popular reggae groups. Known for their soulful vibe and authentic reggae sound, the group brings the sounds of the Caribbean right here to Milwaukee.
Miller products, Malibu & Absolut cocktails, 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 options from local food trucks and restaurants.
New this year: concert attendees will now have more parking options available to them. Parking will be provided by Interstate Parking at 751 North Plankinton Avenue and 601 West State Street for $3.00 with code 0004.
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