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Cedarburg Cultural Center [edit]
W62 N546 Washington Ave.
Cedarburg, WI 53012
(262) 375-3676
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A non-profit organization. The Center presents musical performances, historic programming, children's programming and maintains three art galleries.
 
Upcoming events

Feb. 19, 2016
First Fridays

FIRST FRIDAYS @ The Cedarburg Cultural Center Just as the summer music season ends, “First Fridays” continues the feel of a live music festival indoors on the first Friday of every month from October through May (with the exception of January 1). In our 2015-2016 Season, guests will be greeted with an opening band featuring local musicians at 6:00 pm. Dinner will be available for purchase from food trucks, as well as indoors from “After Party” Sponsor, The Stilthouse Restaurant. Other activities include a local handmade art show, kid’s crafts, dancing, cash bar and good times. At 7:00pm, the lights go down and the party turns up as the main act takes the stage for two hours. The Center’s full cash bar and dance floor will multiply the fun. This exciting series is free of charge to members of the Cultural Center and children under 5. Non-member general admission is $5 at the door. 2015-2016 Lineup: October 2, 2015 Extra Crispy Brass Band – a New Orleans-style brass band music November 6, 2015 Michael & The Bystanders – adventurous classic & contemporary rock December 4, 2015 Bound for Branson – playing Good time country jams February 5, 2016 The UnXpected – performing classic party tunes from the 50’s to present March 4, 2016 Kojo – featuring Caribbean island music April 1, 2016 Comfort Shag - 90’s alternative and rock May 6, 2016 Consult The Briefcase - Blistering rock and roll

Feb. 26, 2016
First Fridays

FIRST FRIDAYS @ The Cedarburg Cultural Center Just as the summer music season ends, “First Fridays” continues the feel of a live music festival indoors on the first Friday of every month from October through May (with the exception of January 1). In our 2015-2016 Season, guests will be greeted with an opening band featuring local musicians at 6:00 pm. Dinner will be available for purchase from food trucks, as well as indoors from “After Party” Sponsor, The Stilthouse Restaurant. Other activities include a local handmade art show, kid’s crafts, dancing, cash bar and good times. At 7:00pm, the lights go down and the party turns up as the main act takes the stage for two hours. The Center’s full cash bar and dance floor will multiply the fun. This exciting series is free of charge to members of the Cultural Center and children under 5. Non-member general admission is $5 at the door. 2015-2016 Lineup: October 2, 2015 Extra Crispy Brass Band – a New Orleans-style brass band music November 6, 2015 Michael & The Bystanders – adventurous classic & contemporary rock December 4, 2015 Bound for Branson – playing Good time country jams February 5, 2016 The UnXpected – performing classic party tunes from the 50’s to present March 4, 2016 Kojo – featuring Caribbean island music April 1, 2016 Comfort Shag - 90’s alternative and rock May 6, 2016 Consult The Briefcase - Blistering rock and roll

March 4, 2016
First Fridays

FIRST FRIDAYS @ The Cedarburg Cultural Center Just as the summer music season ends, “First Fridays” continues the feel of a live music festival indoors on the first Friday of every month from October through May (with the exception of January 1). In our 2015-2016 Season, guests will be greeted with an opening band featuring local musicians at 6:00 pm. Dinner will be available for purchase from food trucks, as well as indoors from “After Party” Sponsor, The Stilthouse Restaurant. Other activities include a local handmade art show, kid’s crafts, dancing, cash bar and good times. At 7:00pm, the lights go down and the party turns up as the main act takes the stage for two hours. The Center’s full cash bar and dance floor will multiply the fun. This exciting series is free of charge to members of the Cultural Center and children under 5. Non-member general admission is $5 at the door. 2015-2016 Lineup: October 2, 2015 Extra Crispy Brass Band – a New Orleans-style brass band music November 6, 2015 Michael & The Bystanders – adventurous classic & contemporary rock December 4, 2015 Bound for Branson – playing Good time country jams February 5, 2016 The UnXpected – performing classic party tunes from the 50’s to present March 4, 2016 Kojo – featuring Caribbean island music April 1, 2016 Comfort Shag - 90’s alternative and rock May 6, 2016 Consult The Briefcase - Blistering rock and roll

March 11, 2016
First Fridays

FIRST FRIDAYS @ The Cedarburg Cultural Center Just as the summer music season ends, “First Fridays” continues the feel of a live music festival indoors on the first Friday of every month from October through May (with the exception of January 1). In our 2015-2016 Season, guests will be greeted with an opening band featuring local musicians at 6:00 pm. Dinner will be available for purchase from food trucks, as well as indoors from “After Party” Sponsor, The Stilthouse Restaurant. Other activities include a local handmade art show, kid’s crafts, dancing, cash bar and good times. At 7:00pm, the lights go down and the party turns up as the main act takes the stage for two hours. The Center’s full cash bar and dance floor will multiply the fun. This exciting series is free of charge to members of the Cultural Center and children under 5. Non-member general admission is $5 at the door. 2015-2016 Lineup: October 2, 2015 Extra Crispy Brass Band – a New Orleans-style brass band music November 6, 2015 Michael & The Bystanders – adventurous classic & contemporary rock December 4, 2015 Bound for Branson – playing Good time country jams February 5, 2016 The UnXpected – performing classic party tunes from the 50’s to present March 4, 2016 Kojo – featuring Caribbean island music April 1, 2016 Comfort Shag - 90’s alternative and rock May 6, 2016 Consult The Briefcase - Blistering rock and roll

March 12, 2016
Fort Frances Concert

CCC Center Stage Series featuring FORT FRANCES Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 7:30 pm “You definitely want to keep your eyes on this band,” Bruce Warren at WXPN wrote when Fort Frances released Harbour, a self-recorded EP that landed the band on stage with a who’s who list of emerging indie rock names including The Lone Bellow, PHOX and We Are Augustines. Now, as the band prepares to release No One Needs to Know Our Name, that prediction appears to be true. Fort Frances describes their music as “sensitive rock.” Chicago-based Fort Frances frontman and chief lyricist, David McMillin, says, “The band expands well beyond their Americana roots into a bold new direction.” The band’s new EP stretches well beyond their Americana roots to unlock the potential that’s been building for the past two years with jubilant horns and dueling rhythm sections. Tickets: $16.00 Advance $18.00 Day of Show The Cedarburg Cultural Center is proud to announce its 2015-2016 Center Stage concert series presented by Port Washington State Bank. The Center will showcase an eclectic line-up of music from blues to bluegrass, jazz to Americana, and rock to rockabilly. Featuring local and nationally-touring bands, as well as improv comedy, this season is also sponsored by Fromm Family Foods, The Washington House Inn, Fokus Forward Consulting, and “After Party” Sponsor, The Stilthouse Restaurant. New this year, the Center is offering special concert series ticket pricing for a limited time only: Center members may enjoy all eight events for just $86 (a $96 value). Non-members may take advantage of season ticket pricing for just $96 (a $120 value). Please contact the center to purchase tickets or for additional questions 262-375-3676.



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