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West Allis Free Summer Band Concerts

May 25, 2010

Due to the generosity of sponsoring businesses, the tradition of Thursday night summer band concerts in West Allis will continue in 2010.

 

June 17 - Jeff Winard - Polka

June 24 - Tom Brusky - Polka

July 1 - Keith Gennerman - Polka

July 8 - Ed Hause - Polka

July 15 - Steve Meisner - Polka

July 22 - Mike Schneider - Polka

July 29 - North Country Band - 50s and 60s rock and roll, rockabilly and country

 

All concerts are held at Veteran's Memorial Park at South 70 Street and West National Avenue in West Allis from 7:00 p.m. to approximately 8:30 p.m.

 

Concerts can be canelled at the last minute in the event of foul weather or other conditions beyond the control of the City of West Allis. Information regarding concert status will be posted each Thursday afternoon on signs around the park.

 

Please bring a lawn chair for your seating convenience.

 

Any questions may be directed to the Public Works Administrative Office at 414-302-8833.

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