The 2015 – 2016 season for the Étude Sessions is winding down, but not before Wilco's Jeff Tweedy brings his musical stylings to Sheboygan’s Historic Weill Center on Friday, April 29th. This will be a memorable night of Good Music + Good Cause in Sheboygan.
There are only a few seats left for this show. Get your tickets, make your dinner reservations, and kick off a weekend to remember.
Some of the best food around is just steps away from the concert. Downtown’s Black Pig serves comfort food with a twist. They will be busy Friday night serving big flavors and cocktail concoctions so make your reservations early.
8th Street Ale Haus can quench your thirst with one of its 31 draft lines. You can also choose from over 70 bottle beers, wines, and specialty drinks. Their food is tasty, too. But call ahead for Friday if you want a table!
Our friends at Paradigm Coffee and Music will treat you like a local with a cup of coffee and a Betty Burrito on Saturday morning. Whether you sleep in or are up early, they’ll be ready with their amazing vegetarian and gluten free options.
SURF’S UP! And even if it isn’t, EOS Surf and Revolution Board Shop can help you get on Lake Michigan with a kayak or stand-up paddleboard rental. Relax after your water workout with a trip to Nouvelle Salon and Day Spa.
Two Fish Gallery has a new exhibit, Altered States. Take the short drive to Elkhart Lake to experience the exhibit, buy some art, or walk through the gardens. Let the art inspire you and make a stop at Lakeshore Art Supplies in Sheboygan to create something of your own.
These are some of the local businesses that have supported the Étude Sessions this season. Keep the Good Music + Good Cause going in Sheboygan by supporting them. We will all be in a Jeff Tweedy state of mind on Friday night!