Metro Jam returns for our 39th year! We once again are offering one of the most eclectic rosters of national, regional and local artists that this area has ever seen! Metro Jam is proud to have grown into Manitowoc's premier musical event and are able to bring you two great days of music, featuring a total of ten different acts! It's all presented FREE of charge at downtown Manitowoc's MetroStage in Washington Park, located at Washington and S. 12th Streets, on Friday evening June 16, and all day Saturday, June 17, 2017.
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Metro Jam continues our 39-year tradition of being the Lakeshore's most original and diverse FREE music festival. This FREE admission event however would not be possible without the generous contributions of our presenting sponsors Cher-Make Sausage , Baileigh Industrial and Prevea Health. We also want to thank this year's Media Partners Classic Rock Radio - WQTC FM/ WOMT/ Hot Country 92.1 and Herald Times Reporter Manitowoc County WEEKEND as well as the many other local businesses who support Metro Jam.
The fun and music starts at 5:30pm on Friday evening and runs until 9:30pm. Bring the whole family down after work for an evening of family entertainment and great music. On Saturday the music gets underway at 12 noon and runs all day until the final note is hit at 10pm. Come on down and enjoy great music, good friends and delicious eats!
Food and beverages will be available at the park throughout the weekend, with profits being used to support special projects in the community. Please note that carry-ins are discouraged at Metro Jam. The Manitowoc Jaycees, our long-term partner in Metro Jam, appreciates you patronage which helps to support their many local community efforts ensuring that the Manitowoc area continues to be a great place to live, work and play. This year monies raised from concession sales will be donated to support Backpack Buddies, a new charity that will be supporting the needs of foster children in Manitowoc County, and the Manitowoc Zoo.
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