Live@the Levee 1st Anniversary Concert on Saturday, October 11th

Live@the Levee 1st Anniversary Concert on Saturday, October 11th

Live @the Levee 1st Anniversary Concert, October 11th 12-10 pm @Levee Park, where Main Street meets the Mississippi River

A FREE day long music festival held at Levee Park, Downtown Winona- Live@the Levee for celebrating our first full year of events

WHEN?

The next Live@theLevee is on Oct 11 from 12-10pm. : Our First Anniversary Free Concert. Under a huge tent we are going to celebrate our hugely successful first year and enjoy the peak of Fall with more great food, family friendly activities, local vendors for one of a kind gifts, and 10 hours of the best live music around, featuring the danceable rock of Free and Easy from the Twin Cities and member of the Minnesota Hall of Fame, Led Penny- one of the great retro rock bands around featuring former MN Congressman Tim Penny, the outrageous and fun sounds of Bone Jugs and Harmony. See the full lineup below.

The entire population of Winona and the surrounding area is invited, and so are you.

Visit the website liveatthelevee.com for more information, and please join us by helping to make the second year of Live@theLevee even more successful than the first!

Live@theLevee 1st Anniversary Concert- Oct. 11th, 12 – 10pm: Line up:

12:00 – 2:00pm talent from Winona Senior High School and Cotter High School

1:30 – 2:00 pm Austin Weatherhead (WSHS)

2:15 – 2:45pm Jaybone Bell and Kyle Shelstad (Kitchen Dwellers)

3:00 – 3:30pm Ben Lubeck (Farewell MIlwaukee) and Joey Ryan

(FM and Joey Ryan and the Inks)

4:00 – 5:00pm Bones, Jugs and Harmony

5:30 – 7:30pm Led Penny

8:00 – 10:00pm Free and Easy 2008 Minnesota Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Also in collaboration with Mid West Music Festival from:

1:00 – 2:00pm  A Music Industry Workshop:Playbook of the Stars: The Highs and Lows of Being a Touring Musician. Come and listen to touring musicians talk about the challenges and joys of playing different cities, different venues, festivals, and barely full bars. How do they get up for these performances night after night, manage expectations, and in general adjust to the new reality of being a musician during times of spotify, youtube, and Pharrell Williams.

Invited panelists are Ben Lubeck (Farewell Milwaukee), Joey Ryan (FM, Joey Ryan and the Inks), Kyle Shelstad (Kitchen Dwellers). Moderated by Ellen Stanley of Minnesota Music Coalition.

2:30 – 4:30pm  Instrument Petting Zoo sponsored by MWMF, Riverway Learning Community, and Hardt’s Music.

4:00 – 5:00pm  Children’s Music: Bones, Jugs and Harmony

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