Reflecting On an Unexpected Year
Thank You for joining us back in the Summer of 2020 if you were some of the fine folks who relaxed on our front TPAC lawn and listened to music! We are now partially through the 2021 TPAC season and have had some wonderful shows. More terrific shows are on the coming horizon with the remaining schedule laid out below.
We hope you will join us as well as help spread the word about coming shows. Some remaining shows will be outside on the front lawn of the Theater where folks can continue to spread comfortably out while having a picnic, making new friends, seeing old friends and enjoying the outdoors while listening to quality entertainment. Others will be held inside in our beautiful and comfortable theater, should the weather not allow for an outside show.
Lastly, please let us know if you have any suggestions for future shows, suggestions for the theater, would like to volunteer, or would like to help sponsor a future show. Any or all of these will make for a stronger and healthier TPAC. Feel free to call us at 920-847-2528 or to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We so look forward to seeing you and hearing from you. Thank you for being a part of our TPAC family!
Show - Outside or Inside?
The Show on Friday, July 30 will be outside unless poor weather. Please check back here the day of the show for inside or outside if any question on this.
Next Up at the TPAC!
FRIDAY, July 30 - Red Barn at the TPAC / Red Barn is the Sponsor. Edward Sheehy w/ Rose Hansen Widmann and Dan Hansen. Wonderful folk music. Outside but inside if questionable weather. Admission is Free Will donation. 6:00 - 8:00
No Saturday, July 30 show!
8/2 - Washington Island Music Festival (WIMF). Classical music performed by nationally renowned musicians! Outside unless poor weather, then inside.
8/5 - WIMF. Outside unless poor weather, then inside.
8/7 - WIMF open practice in morning. No evening show because of Scandinavian Fest
8/11 - WIMF
8/12 - Thursday - Under The Big Top Fundraiser variety show for music in the school.
8/13 - WIMF
8/14 - Variety music - Jenny and Robin Bienemann, David Taylor. Jazz/ Folk. Outside unless poor weather, then inside. 6:00 - 8:00
8/16 - Monday/ Forum 2050 - WI State Rep. Joel Kitchens on "The Future of the Island's Rural School District" with panelists. 7:00. Inside.
8/21 - Nationally known Folk artist Bill Staines + Opening act. Outside unless poor weather, then inside. 6:00 - 8:00
8/28 - NO SHOW because BBQ at airport
9/4 - TBD
9/8 - Wednesday/ Forum 2050 - Steven Jenkins, Executive Director, Door County Economic Development Corp. "Developing Sustainable Island Businesses for Today and the Future." with panelists. $10 cover. 7:00. Inside
9/11 - Original song writers - John Sieger, Julian Hagen, and others. Outside unless poor weather, then inside. 7:00 - 9:00
9/16 - Litfest
9/17 - Litfest
9/18 - Litfest
9/23 - Wednesday/ Island Forum 2050 - Jesse Koyen from the Door County Land Trust. “Stewarding our land and lakes" with panelists. $10 cover. 7:00. Inside.
9/25 - Irish Night - Irish performers from Dublin and Chicago. Traditional music, Irish music and skits. Show will be Inside. 6:00 - 8:00
10/2 - Guthrie Bros. Two brothers with fantastic voices and harmonies who cover Everly Brothers, Train, Dave Matthews, The Beatles, Coldplay, James Taylor, Simon & Garfunkel. Show will be Inside. 7:00
10/9 - TBD
Hold the Boat Vol. One Now Available
The new music compilation CD, Hold The Boat, Vol. One, is now available for purchase! This wonderful compilation is comprised of 13 original songs, each written and sung by an Island or Island-connected artist and whose use was donated to this project. The CD has been getting rave reviews and we are very proud to showcase this Island talent! Thank you, Artists!! All sales got to the TPAC!
A get away, away. Home to visual and performing artists and rich island artistic traditions. Musicians gather to play and try new stuff, fiber artists travel far to come here, and world-class musicians and authors gather each year and call it a festival. All on this tiny island.