Harmony by the Bay
June 28 -
August 23, 2017
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm (approximately)
Wednesdays during summer, June 14 - August 23
From blues to rock, country to jazz, and our local symphonic band, there is music for everyone's taste. This year's music line-up is set to delight!
Below is the list of performances for Wednesdays, June 14 to August 23, so you can plan your summer evenings! All performances take place in Martin Park at 7 pm. Click here for a map to Martin Park.
If the weather is too windy or rainy, concerts will be held at Door County Fire Company, 38 S. Third Avenue.
June 28 - Spice
These local crowd favorites hit the stage with all of your favorite hits from the 50’s through the 90’s.
July 5 - Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experince
Two time Grammy winner, Simien has become one of the most respected and accomplished artists in American roots music today. He and his bandmates have performed over 7000 concerts, toured millions of miles to over 45 countries during their eventful careers.
July 12 - Doozey
Doozey is a four piece rock band from Appleton, WI, finishing in the top 10 in America is the 2012 Summerfest Battle of the Bands competition.
July 19 - Katz Sass
A modern day, high energy Blues band from Milwaukee, WI.
July 26 - Chicago Farmer
To call him a folk singer or categorize Chicago Farmer as a singer/songwriter, either wouldn’t be wrong. It might, however, not accentuate his commanding poetic voice and the passion behind his storytelling.
August 2 - Snowbirds
A highly melodic and heartfelt slice of pop-flavored Americana.
August 9 - Big Mouth & The Power Tool Horns
Door County favorites since the 90’s, Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns present an eclectic mix of blues and jazz with both original and cover songs.
August 16 - Unity
Award-winning original roots reggae group, Unity, credits the influences of rock, roots, blues, funk, and reggae for the creation of their own unique sound. After releasing five albums, Unity’s Wisconsin fan base continues to grow extensively regionally as well as globally.
August 23 - The Jimmys
The Jimmys are one hard act to follow at a Blues Festival! They are truly a wall of rhythm and blues sound. They’ve got it all—songs, musicianship, and showmanship! Great guys with great sounds.
Please note: All programs are subject to change