THELMA SADOFF CENTER FOR THE ARTS

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Hot and Dirty Brass Band

Details:

Thank you to our 11 Thursdays of Summer sponsors: Presenting Sponsor: Fox Valley Savings Bank. Summer Series Sponsor: Michels Corporation. Platinum Sponsors: J.F. Ahern, The Goldsmith, Wisconsin Arts Board, C.D. Smith, and National Exchange Bank and Trust. Gold Sponsors: Culver’s Restaurants, Steve & Lynne Uecker, and Lacey Sadoff.  Silver Sponsors: Brothers Flader, Carlone’s Bar, Gallery & Frame Shop, Holiday Automotive, Lillians, Mike’s Music, Renaissance Salon, and von Briesen & Roper, s.c. Bronze Sponsors: Connie’s Diner, Theo’s 24, Hometown Bank, and Solberg Real Estate. Friend Sponsors: McClone, ModTruss, and Texture Salon. Media Sponsor: The Bull (Mountain Dog Media).

When:
July 25, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
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This FREE concert is held outside on THELMA’s Plaza. The street is closed in front of THELMA on Sheboygan St. Enjoy music, drinks, and have fun with friends! Games are available! Who doesn’t love life-size Jenga or a great game of Corn-Hole? Food will also be available.
 

Don’t miss this THELMA favorite! It’s the Hot & Dirty Brass Band! Nominated for 2019 Horn/Big Band Artist and 2018 New Artist of the Year, it’s the Hot & Dirty Brass Band! When the house lights go down and the stage lights come up… it’s time to get Hot & Dirty! Hot & Dirty is not your traditional brass band! Influenced by Trombone Shorty and Orleans Ave, Bonerama, and modern-day brass bands, the Hot & Dirty Players bring the party wherever they go. The high-energy brass will keep you shakin’ all you got, all night long! Just remember our name in the morning, The Hot and Dirty! They have a passion for music and an obsession with brass.

 
Michael Clobes, 2019 Reeds/Brass nominee plays the trombone and does vocals. Kevin Klemme plays the trumpet and does vocals. John Vollmar plays the tenor Sax and does vocals. Kyle Samuelson plays the sousaphone. Matt Cordier plays the drums.
 
Concert at 7 pm
Bar opens at 6 pm
Free admission
Parking is free throughout the district on evenings and weekends. More information on parking here: http://downtownfdl.com/sft422/2016parkingbrochure.pdf
If rain, we move inside. The show will go on!
 
Free