THELMA SADOFF CENTER FOR THE ARTS

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Kyle Megna and The Monsoons

Details:

Presenting Sponsor: Fox Valley Savings Bank. Platinum Sponsors: The Goldsmith, J.F. Ahern, Wisconsin Arts Board, National Exchange Bank and Trust, Bill & Karen Shaw. Gold Sponsors: Culver’s Restaurants, Steve & Lynne Uecker, Lacey Sadoff, Uecker Witt Funeral Home, and Brothers Flader. Silver Sponsors: The Carlone Family, Gallery & Frame, Mike’s Music, Kevin and Debbie Freund, Holiday Auto, and JJET Travel. Media Sponsor: Sunny 97.7. Regional Aid Sponsor: Grande cheese. Listen to our ads on 91.1 The Avenue. Friend Sponsor: McClone.

When:
July 16, 2020 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2020-07-16T19:00:00-05:00
2020-07-16T22:00:00-05:00

Enjoy music, drinks, and have fun with friends! The street is closed in front of THELMA on Sheboygan St.

Kyle Megna and the Monsoons (2018 WAMI Alternative Rock/Rock Artist of the Year) and (2017 WAMI Alternative Rock/Rock Artist of the year) is an original Wisconsin band with an ever-growing following locally and beyond. The band has shared the stage with acts such as Toto, Rusted Root, Jack Russell’s Great White, and Here Come The Mummies. Touring the Mid-West and South-East the Monsoons are a tight-knit group of accomplished, charismatic musicians with diverse backgrounds, these guys know how to have fun while always keeping it professional. Best seen live, they feed off the vibe of the crowd as well as each other.

Their “dark-indie-blues-folk-rock feel” is a magnetic force that’s ever-charged with surges of creativity and artistic experimentation. Fused with a healthy dose of spontaneity and humor, Kyle Megna and the Monsoons channel can’t-get-enough energy that’s good for the soul.

Vocals and guitar are done by Kyle Megna (2018 WAMI Male Vocalist of the Year). Aaron Zepplin on lead guitar. Fred Velpel is on bass and is nominated for the 2018 Award for Bass. Mike Underwood is on drums. Ross Catterton is on saxophone. Kurt Shipe is on trumpet and is nominated for 2018 Reeds/Brass Award. Noah Harmon is on keys.

Gates and Bar opens at 6 pm
Concert at 7 pm

 

$5 admission (Includes wristbandone fandana mask (while supplies last) and one “Free Spin” on the prize wheel at THELMA’s promotional table.)

 

There are two entrances into the event — one at each end of the block on Sheboygan Street – Marr Street and Portland Street. Capacity is limited to 250 people to allow social distance so tickets at the door may not be available day of. Must purchase ticket ahead of time to ensure your spot. All patrons must be 21 and older to attend. Other changes include temperature checks at the gate, and all clear bags.

Anyone with the temperature over 100 degrees F will not be permitted inside the event. All bags and purses must be clear and will be checked as no carry-ins are permitted. Bag chairs are permitted but guests will be required to completely open them up before entering the event space. Hand sanitizer will be available for guests throughout the event and all patrons. Except those who rent Marguerite’s Lookout on THELMA’s top level, must remain in the street.

 

You understand that by purchasing this ticket and coming to a THELMA concert, you are assuming the risk of exposure to COVID-19 (or other public health risk). We are all in this together. If you show up and are showing symptoms or have a fever of 100 Fahrenheit or more, we will have to require you to leave immediately. You understand that THELMA is committed to keeping all patrons safe from the spread of the virus.

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Parking is free throughout the district on evenings and weekends. More information on parking here: http://downtownfdl.com/sft422/2016parkingbrochure.pdf
 
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