Westown Association
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Tonight’s River Rhythms Concert has Been Cancelled

River Rhythms will continue next week Wednesday, July 19th with the reggae band, King Solomon.

By - Jul 12th, 2017 04:15 pm

MILWAUKEE–   Due to park conditions after this morning’s heavy rainfall and the potential for severe weather, the Westown Association has cancelled the River Rhythms concert featuring Chicken Wire Empire, scheduled for Wednesday, July 12th at Pere Marquette Park in Downtown Milwaukee.

River Rhythms will continue next week Wednesday, July 19th with the reggae band, King Solomon. The free concert series takes place from 6:30-9pm every Wednesday until August 30th in Pere Marquette Park on Old World Third Street between State and Kilbourn. For the entire lineup, please go to https://www.westown.org/neighborhood-events/river-rhythms-2/

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One thought on “Tonight’s River Rhythms Concert has Been Cancelled”

  1. Christina Zawadiwsky says:

    King Solomon is an excellent band and I urge everyone to go see them next week at River Rhythms! We are so fortunate in Milwaukee to have both a great park system (one of the best in the country) and so many free music concerts (check out Musical Mondays at Lake Park, Boer Botonical Garden’s free concert series, Chill on the Hill at Humboldt park, Kadish Park, Washington Park, and many others that have free concerts, all summer long!). What a great city is our beloved Milwaukee (and I was born in New York City and lived there and in Chicago, Illinois for a long time and find Milwaukee to be infinitely better)!

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