Tickets are on sale now for the great lineup of live entertainment being offered at The Meyer Theatre.
Here’s just a sampling of what’s coming up:
Project Pink: March 24th & 25th, 8:00pm – Project Pink is North America’s premier Pink Floyd tribute band. Armed with a 20-foot projection screen, a virtual armada of lights, and world-class sound production, Project Pink faithfully recreates the complete Floyd experience – the sights, the sounds, the intangible vibe.
The Astronomers: April 1st, 7:30pm – Comprised of Fond du Lac natives Ben Baker and Michael Stensland, The Astronomers challenge the alt-pop space with their synthesis of unconventional elements in each track. The duo’s second single “Hotel Rooms” off their upcoming project has received substantial play on Wisconsin radio stations, including 101.1 WIXX, reaching #1 while currently in their power rotation. Lead song “Overthinking” from their Sophomore EP “Guess it’s Just Life” reached #1 on top nine at 9.
Let Me Be Frank Productions – Punta Kaukauna: April 7th-29th, 7:30pm – May the drinks be strong and the sun hot down in Punta Cana, we mean…Punta Kaukauna! After 20 long years working toward earning their college degrees, Frank, Pat, and Paul of UWO’s Pi Sigma Old Guy fraternity are finally ready to graduate! As a graduation gift, Frank’s dad offers to send the guys down to Punta Cana for an all-expense paid trip. Since they’re accustomed to partying at Anduzzi’s in Kaukauna, this will be quite a change of scenery. Before leaving, they fill out dating profiles for The Club from Unda in Punta Cana. Meanwhile, three single-and-ready-to-mingle ladies — Amy, Lisa, and Sarah — are Thilmany employees who learn the company is offering an all-expense paid trip to Punta Cana. All they must do is find a winning tag under the wrapper of a Kaukauna Cheese Ball (which, of course, they do!). The ladies fill out their dating profiles before jet-setting off as well. We can’t possibly imagine what will happen when the guys and gals get to their vacation destination and realize a little matchmaking is in store. Tom, who runs the Club from Unda, isn’t quite sure what to make of these Midwestern folks and certainly has his work cut out for him. Hilarity ensues.
Check Out All of the Upcoming Events at The Meyer Theatre HERE.