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September 5, 2017 Arts and Entertainment

Willy Street Fair 2017

From: Willy Street Fair

Schedule:

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Main Stage

Madison World Music Festival presents:

2:30pm: Immigré  (Afrofunk-Madison)

3:45pm: Bideew Bou Bess (Senegal)

5:45pm: LADAMA (All-female, Pan-American band)

7:45pm: Vox Sambou  (Haiti/Montreal)

Foolk Stage

Madison Sourdough presents:

2:00pm: Kaia Fowler

3:30pm: Beth Killie

5:00pm: Cris Plata Tio

Produced by Madison Folk Music Society

Willy Beats

MadCat Pet Supply presents:

4:00pm: Sassmouth (Chicago, IL)

6:00pm: Bill Converse (Austin, TX)

8:00pm: Claude Young (Detroit, MI)

Produced by: Madison Music Review, Foshizzle Family, & Prognition Productions

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Willy Street Fair parade, sponsored by Heartland Credit Union & GWABA
 
Main Stage

1:00pm: The Civil Engineers

2:30pm: Jaeden James & The Hunger

4:00pm: The People Brothers Band

5:30pm: VO-5

Sponsored by:  MG & E, Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream, Research Products, Plan B, and the Willy Street Co-op.

Folk Stage

Madison Sourdough presents:

12:00pm: Zachary Scot Johnson

2:00pm: Peter Mulvey, Paul Cebar & Josh Harty (IN THE ROUND)

5:00pm: Listening Party

Produced by: Madison Folk Music Society

Culture Stage

Noon: Yid Vicious

1:30pm: TV Dinner DJs

2:30pm: Asumaya

4:00pm: Sound Out Loud

5:00pm: Hiwot Adilow

6:00pm: Mr. Jackson

Sponsored by: Tone Madison

Kids Stage

Noon: Black Star Drumline

1:00pm: Unicyclists

1:45pm: Eastside Youth Performers feat. Marq. Elementary Show Choir

3:00pm: David Landau

4:00pm: Limanya Drum & Dance Ensemble

5:00pm: ****

6:30pm: Willy Street Fair Raffle

Sponsored by: Lauer Realty Group

Wort underground Stage

Noon: Seasaw

1:10pm: Disq

2:20pm: 3rd Dimesion

3:30pm: Beefus

4:40pm: The 99ers

5:50pm: Nobunny

Date: September 16 - 17, 2017

Hours:
Saturday, 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Sunday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm

Location: 800,900/1000 block of Williamson Street, Madison, WI 53701

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