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Music on the Monument, Saturday Sounds on the Square

Music on the Monument, Saturday Sounds on the Square

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Music at Monument Square returns in 2021.

RACINE — Music on the Monument on Fridays and Saturday Sounds on the Square on Saturdays have been announced by the Racine Downtown Corp. The free concerts by local and regional musicians are from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Monument Square, Main and Sixth streets. Here are the lineups for both events:

Saturday Sounds on the Square

  • June 19 The Stephen Hull Experience (blues/rock)
  • June 26 Yves Francois Rocambu Jazz (jazz)
  • July 10 Mean Jake (classic rock, blues)
  • July 17 Bullfrog (rock)
  • July 24 Rocky Rose (contemporary/original)
  • July 31 The Flood Brothers (classic rock, country)
  • Aug. 7  Squad 51 (classic rock)
  • Aug. 14 Mesnard Location (classic rock)
  • Aug. 21 Full Flavor (classic rock/Latin rock)
  • Aug. 28 Fender Benders (classic/guitar rock)

Music on the Monument

  • June 25 — Identity Crisis (rock)
  • July 2 — The Fourcast (acoustic rock)
  • July 9 Touch of Gray (classic rock)
  • July 16 Matthew Haeffel (contemporary/original)
  • July 23 Chicken Grease (rhythm and blues)
  • July 30 High Stakes Band (rhythm and blues)
  • Aug. 6 Ghosts in the Gravel (acoustic rock)
  • Aug. 13 Nick Ramsey & The Family (poetic hip-hop)
  • Aug. 20 The Jimmy LeRose Band (classic rock)
  • Aug. 27 The Eddie Muniz Project (jazz)

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