Concert series to bring eclectic mix of music to park

Popular Live at the Triangle shows that feature everything from the classics to polka rock kicks off next week

LIVE AT THE TRIANGLE is scheduled to return to Veterans Park in downtown Saukville starting Wednesday, June 13. The summer concert series will consist of six shows that will take place every second Wednesday of the month through Aug. 22. Press file photo
Ozaukee Press Staff

The popular summer concert series Live at the Triangle will return to Veterans Park in downtown Saukville for six shows this summer.

The series starts June 13 and will continue every second and fourth Wednesday through Aug. 22. The shows run from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

According to officials, the goal of the concert series is to present free family-friendly music for the residents of Saukville and visitors while supporting the growth of the community.

Attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs to place around the bandstand in the park. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from local businesses and service clubs.

The concerts include:

June 13, 3 Pack will perform original music and classic rock songs from the 1970s.

June 27, The Blues Disciples will play rockin’ blues.

July 11, Vinyl Groove will present music from the 1960s through 1970s.

July 25, Road Trip will perform classic and current rock songs.

Aug. 8, Copper Box is to play zydeco and polka rock.

Aug. 22, Our House will perform songs for all ages in the top 40 mix. 

Each concert will include a Cruise Night with custom and stock autos and motorcycles on display. People interested in participating in the vehicle and bike displays should contact Phil Vincevineus of Pleasant Valley Auto Body at 675-9098.

Green Bay Avenue south of the park will be closed during the concerts. Highway 33 and South Mill Street west of the park will remain open for traffic unless the size of the audience dictates otherwise.  

For more information about the concert series, call the Village of Saukville at 284-9423 or visit 

The lineup is subject to change due to potential weather cancellations. In the event that rain causes a cancellation, every effort will be made to reschedule the show for the following Wednesday.

Veterans Park is at 201 E. Dekora Street. 




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