Written by Ozaukee Press
Wednesday, 03 June 2015 18:07
Music will again fill the summer night air in downtown Saukville, when Live at the Triangle returns for six free concerts.
Performances will be on the bandstand of Veterans Park. In case of rain, the Wednesday night concerts will be moved to the shelter in Grady Park.
All concerts will start at 7 p.m., with the music continuing until 9:30 p.m.
The series will kick off on Wednesday, June 10, with the classic rock of The Grimm Brothers from Milwaukee.
Local favorites Vinyl Groove will take the stage to perform songs from the 1960s and ‘70s on June 24.
A series favorite returns on July 8, when Oil Can Harry performs more rock ‘n’ roll and pop hits.
Modern country hits will be played by Stetsin & Lace on July 22.
The national chart-topping band Altered Five Blues Band will play Aug. 5.
The series will wrap up on Aug. 19 with a classic rock reunion show by Otto Day & the Nites.
That finale will be part of the Village of Saukville’s 100th anniversary observance. The Saukville Area Historical Society will have a booth during the concerts, and antique fire equipment will be on display.
The evening of each performance will include a “Cruise Night” display of custom and stock cars and motorcycles.
Anyone interested in taking part in the displays can contact Phil Vincevineus at Pleasant Valley Auto Body, 675-9098.
To accommodate the concerts and car show, Green Bay Avenue south of the park will be closed to through traffic during the performances.
Highway 33 and Mill Street west of the park will remain open, except for the July 8 concert by Oil Can Harry, when South Mill Street will also be closed.
The Saukville Chamber of Commerce, Village Sno-Seekers, Port Soccer and Tailwaggers 911 will sell food and beverages at the concert site.
The Village of Saukville is a lead sponsor of the series. Village officials use money from the local room tax to support the concert series.
Other key sponsors include Ozaukee Press, Port Washington State Bank, the Village Sno-Seekers and Kwik Trip.
For more information about the local series, contact Village Hall at 284-9423.
Image information: THE COUNTRY BAND Stetsin & Lace will perform on July 22, as part of the Live at the Triangle concert series.