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Cedarburg Cultural Center [edit]
W62 N546 Washington Ave.
Cedarburg, WI 53012
(262) 375-3676
(262) 375-4120 Fax
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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

May 1, 2015
First Friday's @ the CCC

Amid a dizzying number of performances, events and activities, the CCC will launch FIRST FRIDAYS on October 3 featuring some of our favorite local bands. Just as the summer music season ends, FIRST FRIDAYS will continue to bring our community together to enjoy free live music (non-members $5).

First Fridays at the Cedarburg Cultural Center will highlight the Center's commitment to the community by showcasing the best local bands in a family friendly facility. Join us for a jam-packed evening of live music, local artist’s booths and spectacular food featuring some of the area’s best culinary talent creating an unforgettable entertainment experience.

First Fridays is a perfect way to kick-start your weekend with dinner from an array of food vendors and kid friendly crafts activities from 5:30-7:00 pm. Check out a variety of artisans, gallery exhibits and enjoy lively music (5:30-9:30pm) that will make you dance the night away.

May 6, 2015
Blueburg Cafe Open Mic Night

Welcome to Blueburg Café! First Wednesday of Every Month The Blueburg Café offers “Plug and Play” Open Mic nights on the first Wednesday of each month, showcasing musicians, singers, poets, dancers, comedians, filmmakers and story-tellers. Amplification and microphones are provided. All ages are welcome! $2 donation qualifies you for door prize entry! Open Mic begins at 7:00 pm and continues until approximately 9:00 pm. Doors open and sign-up begins at 6:15 pm. Performers are encouraged to sign up before 6:40 pm as slots fill quickly. Performers appear on stage on a first-come, first on-stage basis, with management reserving the right to move performances to best showcase the talent. Each performer will have approximately 5 minutes on the stage. Filmmakers must call in advance to ensure proper equipment is available. The Café’s full bar offers drink specials, beer, wine, soft drinks including Sprecher soda, and snacks. Complimentary coffee is provided courtesy of Starbucks® of Cedarburg.

May 16, 2015
Rockabilly Festival

Join us for a blast into the past to a time where Rock and Roll and Country (“Hillbilly”) music came together to create a music genre we’ve grown to love – ROCKABILLY! Don’t miss this Rockin’ festival of entertainment and fun including 4 bands, contests, prizes, food, Tiki Bar, “Best Built” Hairdo Fundraiser, and more! Featured Bands: Carpetbaggers Duo, Crazy Rocket Fuel, Revomatics, and Liam Ford Contests: Best Dressed Rocka-Billy and Betty, Hula Hoop Marathon, Kid’s Car Hop Tray Relay Tickets: Kids under 5: Free / Youth Age 5-17: $5 Adult - $14 Advanced/$16 Day of Festival Discounts for CCC Members and Military

May 16, 2015 - May 16, 2015
Dehli 2 Dublin Concert

DELHI 2 DUBLIN Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 7:30pm Doors open at 6:45pm $10 Standing Ticket - Student with ID $14 Standing Ticket - Advance - (CCC Members receive 20% discount) $16 Standing Ticket - Day of Show The Center will be transformed with the sale of standing room only tickets for this special concert event. The songs of Delhi 2 Dublin, and the band itself, reflect the cultural diversity present in most major cities around the world. They challenge the definition of urban music and drag it to the intersection of Bhangra, Celtic, Dub Reggae and Electronica. The Vancouver-based five-piece collective will share their lively performance at the Cedarburg Cultural Center with an addictive mash-up of fiddle, dhol and electric sitar - chock-full of hooks, formed by '80s synth-pop and '90s trip-hop. The band’s upbeat and engaging trademark fusion offers a diverse variety of instruments associated with the Punjabi and Celtic cultures, ranging from the electric sitar and dhol drum to the fiddle. “Turn Up The Stereo” is not only the title of the current Delhi 2 Dublin album; it is also the philosophy behind the album. “Sometimes we just need to drown out the noise of the world and make the music louder”, declares vocalist Sanjay Seran. The Delhi 2 Dublin crew is constantly touring. The road warriors feel that they plug directly into the world’s music and energy. The strong word-of-mouth for their live performances has enabled them to build a loyal and world-wide fan base. The band tours internationally and will be featured in 2015 at the tastemaker music conference, SXSW. ”When Delhi 2 Dublin stumbled upon their winning recipe of Celtic-inspired folk-hop for the dance club audience, they effortlessly created a niche for themselves within the global music landscape.” -Exclaim

May 20, 2015
Sonburg Writers' Circle

Songburg Writers' Circle Third Wednesday of every month / 7 - 9pm / No charge. All ages. Come learn, share and grow as a songwriter in a safe and supportive environment. Bring your latest work and your instrument (optional) to this monthly workshop. Guidelines for the Songburg Writers' Circle 1. Please make 6 copies of any work you would like reviewed by the group 2. Bring your ideas and be prepared to share with the group. 3. Respect each other, respect songs, genre and type of writing 4. Offer constructive observations, opinions and thoughts. 5. Participate in a way that allows the group to be a safe zone for others to develop as creative people.

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