Prairie Music Festival: It’s All About Choices

Recent News 22 Sep 2010

Prairie Music Festival: It’s All About Choices

Written by Greg Hettmansberger

What to do on a September Sunday when the Packers don’t play until Monday night? Well of course there’s plenty, but it may be worth a drive to East Madison’s neighbor, Sun Prairie, for the Prairie Music Festival.

Presented by the Prairie Music Academy, the Festival consists of a wide variety of local artists performing simultaneously at three venues: the Cannery Grill, the Prairie Music Academy and the Beans ‘N Cream Coffeehouse. With all three within a long touchdown throw of each other, you can play mix and match genres from 2-6 p.m.

 It’s the Cannery Grill Band Stage that features a mix of rock, country and jazz, with each band beginning on the hour starting at 2 p.m.: The Soggy Prairie Boys, Mark Croft, The Rowdy Prairie Dogs and Daniel and the Lion.

 The Beans ‘N Cream Coffeehouse presents four singer-songwriters: Erin O’Brien, Kris Adams, Derek Ramnerace and L.A. Byrd.

 The Prairie Music Family Stage offers the greatest variety, including some dance, ethnic and even kid-friendly opera arias: David Landau at 2, Granny Awards at 2:30, Storybook Ballet Demo Class at 3, Piano Campers at 3:30, Roots of Brazil Capoeira at 4, Fresco Opera at 5, and Fusion Dance at 5:30.

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