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April 2019

YO-YO MAGIC WITH BRITTON PANKRATZ

Enjoy amazing yo-yo tricks as Britton Pankratz shares a "modern twist" on an old-fashioned toy. Britton Pankratz is a remarkable and award-winning yo-yo artist and showman. Britton demonstrates a variety of maneuvers from his tool belt of tricks, using a variety of yo-yos and music to create a show that you can't take your eyes off.

Creedence Revived

  • Monroe High School Performing Arts Center - 1600 26th St.
  • Monroe
  • 4/12/2019
  • 7:30 pm
  • 608.325.5700
  • www.monroeartscenter.com

Classic rock is taking stage with the most sought after Creedence Clearwater Rivival tribute bands in the world. Anyone can play dress up, but not everyone can pay homage to one of the greatest bands of all time. Creedence Revived keep the original authenticity and adds a bit of flare to appeal to all generations. Consisting of Chicago's & LA's most talented musicians, the electrifying voice of Creedence Revived's front man Rich Perez captures the very essence of CCR's great John Fogerty. Playing for crowds upwards of 30,000 around the world, this band knows how to rock the house. Hear all your favorite CCR tunes such as Fortunate Son, Have You Ever Seen The Rain, Bad Moon Rising, Looking Out My Back Door, and many more! With their dead-on-the-money vocals and authentic costuming, you'll think it's "them."

Indoor Farmers Market on the Square

Canned Goods, Meats, Eggs, Honey, Maple Syrup, Jams/Jellies, Baked Goods and uniquely made crafts. Farmers Market Breakfast also available. SNAP benefits accepted.

Buckets and Tap Shoes

  • Monroe High School Performing Arts Center - 1600 26th St.
  • Monroe
  • 4/27/2019
  • 7:30 pm
  • 608.325.5700
  • www.monroeartscenter.com

Hailing from the Twin-Cities in Minnesota, multi-talented brothers Andy and Rick Ausland are Buckets and Tap Shoes. They bring an explosive, high-energy rhythmic blend of music, dance, and drumming from the streets of Minneapolis. They take audiences on a pulsating journey using percussion instruments including, found objects such as buckets, and of course, and tap shoes. Their enthusiasm for entertaining is infectious as the percussive rhythms emanating from both their tapping feet and hard rocking music. You'll be awed by the brother's high-speed drumming, innovative music jams, and tap dancing. It's a performance that's quirky, refreshing, and totally unpretentious.