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Boulder Junction’s Music on Main Street Series features Big Road on July 17

July 16, 2019

The Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 12th season of the summer music series, Music on Main Street. Through Aug. 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday evenings, area musicians will be performing outdoors on the stage next to Peeplelures on Main Street in Boulder Junction. 

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening of Music on Main Street. In the case of inclement weather, the music will move indoors to the Boulder Junction Community Center.

For more information on Music on Main Street and other area events, visit boulderjct.org, follow the Chamber on Facebook or call 715-385-2400.

The music performances are as follows:

July 17: Big Road. Big Road’s set list is varied, and ranges from Classic artists like The Dead, Allman Brothers, The Beatles, Joe Cocker, Little Feat and Derek and the Dominos to funk (The Meters, Isley Brothers) and soul (James Brown) to real deal Blues (Koko Taylor, Fenton Robinson, Paul Butterfield, Delbert McClinton) and even some reggae (Bob Marley). 

July 24: Bret & Frisk. Bret & Frisk have been performing together throughout the Midwest and other parts of the country for the past 25 years. Their music ranges from a few hits of the 1950s all the way up to present day alternative rock/folk.

July 31: Double Barrel. A band from North Central Wisconsin dedicated to playing fun, high energy country music, also throwing in a curve ball from other genres like rock, and pop.

Aug. 7: Older Budwiser. Older Budwiser is a three piece band, from Central Wisconsin. Fronted by lead guitarist/singer Bryan Anderson, Older Budwiser, plays rockin blues and classic rock music, with a little comedy, too.

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