Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Lake Pepin Legacy Concert

July 24 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

$20
Lake Pepin Legacy Concert

Support Lake Pepin & the Mississippi River by attending a bluegrass concert in an idyllic outdoor setting! The Lake Pepin Legacy Alliance (LPLA) is hosting its second Legacy Concert at Liberty Tree Farm and featuring The Pistol Whippin’ Party Penguins!

Grab your tickets (or better yet, an LPLA membership) to attend this special bluegrass concert that will include original songs about the river we love! Rain or shine.

The Chef Shack food truck will be onsite with delicious food, including a Kernza(R) appetizer! Beer, soda, and water available for purchase at the venue. No outdoor beverage allowed.

General Admission: $20 (Ages 16+)
LPLA Members: $10 (with MEMBER CODE or Chosen During Registration)

***Optional LPLA Memberships, starting at $25, include member benefits & 50% off concert tickets***

“Doors” open at 5pm. The concert starts at 6 pm.
Family-friendly; kids 15 years old or under attend for free; wooded trails; bonfire; education

Event Sponsors: Big River Magazine, Liberty Tree Farm, & Terry Woeltge Memorial Fund

Details

Date:
July 24
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT
Cost:
$20
Event Categories:
,
Website:
https://bit.ly/3exb2K4

Venue

Liberty Tree Farm
W12351 Long Lane
Stockholm, WI 54769 United States
+ Google Map
Phone:
480-766-9371

Stockholm Village ParkImagine the impact of a melting ice-cube about one mile thick and 250 miles wide! That’s exactly the kind of force that shaped Tiffany Wildlife Area about 10,000 years ago, only the ice cube was called the Wisconsin Glacier.

Farmers Marketbig surprises come in small packages . . . immortalized in literature . . . remarkably pristine environment . . . local waters, unique & exciting history . . . culinary delights rivaling any in the world . . .

Pepin Marina - Photo credits: Brian Fuhrman — in Pepin, Wisconsin.Imagine the impact of a melting ice-cube about one mile thick and 250 miles wide! That’s exactly the kind of force that shaped Tiffany Wildlife Area about 10,000 years ago, only the ice cube was called the Wisconsin Glacier.

Pepin County was created by a special act of the Wisconsin Legislature on February 25, 1858; ten years after Wisconsin became a state. Before that, Pepin was part of Dunn County, and before that.