Blues on the Chippewa – August 2-4, 2019

Each year, during the first weekend of August, Durand, Wisconsin’s Memorial Park hosts the Annual Blues on the Chippewa. The 2018 event features two stages with performers August 2-4, 2019.
FREE ADMISSION – However, please feel free to contribute a free will donation of cash or non-perishable food will be appreciated for the Pepin County Food Pantry and other local charities!

2019 Lineup on Bauer Built Main Stage

Friday, August 2nd:
5:00pm – Dee Miller Band featuring Craig Clark
6:15pm – The Jimmys
8:30pm – CeCe Teneal & Soul Kamotion

Saturday, August 3rd:
12:00pm – Black Cay Zydeco
1:45pm – Funk N’ Roll
4:00pm – Gary Cain
6:15pm – LaMont Cranston
8:30pm – Walter Wolfman Washington & The Roadmasters

Sunday, August 4th:
12:00pm – Jontavious Willis
2:15pm – South Farwell
5:15pm – Anthony Gomes

2018 Lineup on Durand Builders Stage

Saturday, August 3rd:
1:00pm – Jambalaya
3:15pm – Catya & Foytick
5:30pm – Kid Stuff Scholarship Recipient
7:45pm – Brian Naughton

Sunday, August 4th:
1:30pm – Ross William Perry
3:45pm – Hooten Hallers

Saturday Night Around Town

Rooster Tail – Brian Naughton Band
Bohdi’s – Stefan Geissinger Band
Cell Block – Harrison Street Band
Corral – Dwight Carrier & Black Cat Zydeco

(all above show times and acts subject to change)

For more important festival info please visit our website: www.bluesonthechippewa.com

Music in the Park – August 28, 2019 6pm-9pm

Enjoy the music of The Whitesidewalls Rock-N-Roll Revue at Durand Memorial Park! If you like rock and roll, doo-wp[ and rockabilly then you owe it to yourself to check out the show, and be sure to bring your best dancing shoes! Visitors are encouraged to bring a blanket or their own chairs. The park has well-maintained restroom facilities.
No dogs allowed in the park per City ordinance.

Stockholm Art Fair – July 20, 2019

Announcing the 46th Annual Stockholm Art Fair Poster! This year on July 20th, step into Stockholm’s Village Park and fall madly in love with 105 of the regions most talented artists. Let the swooning continue over locally sourced food and drink, four musical acts, open-all-day village galleries and cafes, and the annual commemorative poster designed by Jan Eckhart and illustrated by local plein air painter, Matt Anderson.
Summer’s magic is around the corner…. we’ll see you soon!

40th Annual Arkansaw Creek Park Days

The Arkansaw Fur Fish & Game Club is hosting the 40th annual Arkansaw Creek Park Days Friday, June 15 & Saturday, June 16 at the Arkansaw Village Park.
Friday night fireworks and live music by Contingency.
Saturday will include a parade and other fun events and wrap up with a charcoal chicken dinner and live music by Lassos & Lace.
Admission is free!