Lincoln Park Live Wraps Up Season With 2 Last Concerts


“We want to close the music series together with long time, loyal Lincoln Park residents and the new arrivers who have come to the park this summer to discover a neighborhood revival”

(Kenosha, WI) As school children head back to class, bring on the drums! On September 14, from 6:00-8:00pm, Lincoln Park Live features its “Back to School Jazz and Drums Concert” hosting the Elite Striders Drill Team Drum Corp, our own Lincoln Middle School Jazz Band and the UW-Parkside Jazz Combo featuring Russ Johnson. This line up will contrast young aspiring jazz musicians with forceful rhythms that only drum lines can deliver.

And then on September 21—again from 6:00-8:00pm, the concluding concert brings to a close the summer season of top-notch live music and local cuisine.

Lincoln Park Live organizers and neighborhood residents extend a final invitation to the community to meet once more in the flower garden and draw down summer over farewells and promises to keep in touch.

This final concert will feature a “mash-up” of styles and genres such as Mt. Hebron Church of God In Christ Praise Team, Kal Bergandahl Project of Jazz, and Nabori—a closing act of salsa music sure to bring these new and old friends together on the dance floor.

See you then!

Press Release

The Mary Lou and Arthur F. Mahone Fund, a component of the Kenosha Community Foundation, with support of Lincoln Neighborhood residents, community organizations and the City of Kenosha, are pleased to announce its upcoming concert series ‘Lincoln Park Live.’ This program of five free concerts, set for dates throughout July, August and September, is hosted in Kenosha’s historic Lincoln Park located west of 22nd Avenue at 70th Street.
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