Come for the music and stay for the sunset.
Monday Evenings – 6-8 pm
June 20 – August 29, 2022
We look forward to enjoying the music with you in 2022!
Join us every Monday at the gazebo in Harborside Park from 6-8pm to celebrate local musicians. Relax and enjoy the music with friends and family while enjoying the beauty of Ephraim. Bring a chair or blanket and stay for the sunset!
Location: Harborside Park – 9986 Water Street (Highway 42). Please bring a chair or blanket and make yourself comfortable on the grass!
Rain Location: Ephraim Village Hall. Please call 920-854-4989 or visit our social media pages for updates.
2022 Schedule (Subject to Change)
June 20 – The Raddatz Family Eclectic – Mark Raddatz, the guitar-slingin’ Father Outlaw, is joined by sons Austin & Seth Raddatz with Marybeth Mattson performing an eclectic collection of original and favorite tunes from folk ballads to foot-stomping country-rock, featuring light percussion, slick guitar licks, and sweet family harmonies.
June 27 – Talk of the Town – The six-piece group consisting of Clarinet/Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass, Piano, and Drums has collectively over 300 years of experience. They are one of the hottest Dixieland/Swing Style Jazz Groups north of New Orleans. Their leader, Kevin, has not only performed several times on Bourbon Street in New Orleans but also on the lead float in the Mardi Gras Parade in New Orleans.
July 4 – Spike and April – Door County based duo Spike and April play songs that they like from many influences like jazz, swing, blues, rock and their own quirky originals. Music veterans Mike (Spike) Judy on guitar/voice and April (April) Pate on drums/voice create a laid-back mood filled with great songs.
July 11 – Jeanne Kuhns & George Sawyn – Jeanne Kuhns and George Sawyn bring nostalgic songs that span the decades to life. With George’s mad guitar skills and Jeanne’s vibrant vocals, they perform their take on Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Joni Mitchell, Prince and many others including their originals.
July 18 – Lewis and Murphy – Singer songwriters, recording artists and multi-instrumentalists, entertaining DoCo music lovers for the last five years as members of the Cherry Pickers and recently as a duo. Set lists include like-able favorites by lovable artists, from Hank to Hendrix, with blends of tempo, genre and style.
July 25 – Deathfolk – While the Door County based duo’s roots are in an old-time folk sound they have more recently grown into the terra of thoughtful Americana music. The vocal dance of Jess Holland and Nick Hoover is not to be missed.
August 1 – Birch Creek Jazz Ambassadors – This group is made up of our most advanced students attending our jazz session. The group varies from 5-8 students who audition to be part of this high caliber instrumental group. They perform widely throughout Door County and are featured at many campus concerts.
August 8 – Mighty Mouth – Members of Mighty Mouth have toured about, recorded with blues legends, had a song in a Bollywood movie, and played Lambeau Field
August 15 – Seth & Mb – Seth & Mb perform eclectic covers and original tunes from indie-folk to country featuring slick guitar licks and sweet harmonies.
August 22 – Katie Dahl – Singer-songwriter Katie Dahl is a Door County favorite who performs her smart, original folk music across the country. She is joined by upright bassist Rich Higdon.
August 29 – Eddie Larsen & The Classic Memories Band – A nine-piece band who performs the best of swing, oldies, country, and polkas is sure to entertain! Enjoy the sounds of their various instruments and vocals as they play the sounds of your favorite memories.