Green Bay Events

July 1-3
Oneida Pow-wow

Norbert Hill Center Pow-wow Grounds
N7210 Seminary Road
Oneida, WI 54155
Native American dancers from around the country meet over the weekend to compete for prize money. This event, not only, has Native American dancers and singers but, also offers Native American foods, crafts, and Lacrosse exhibitions. A family event for all cultures of food, fun set in a secure, drug, and alcohol free environment.

Woodland Indian Art Show & Market
Radisson Hotel & Conference Center
2040 Airport Drive
Green Bay, WI 54313
The Woodland Indian Art Show and Market is an art competition and market showcasing the unique artistic styles of Native Americans in the upper Midwest and northeastern regions of the United States.

July 3
Rick Hornyak – Americana band from Austin, Texas

4:00pm – 7:00pm
Jimmy Seas
1330 Marine Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
(920) 438-7640
Americana band from Austin: Rick Hornyak (singer/songwriter, lead guitar), Ann Marie Harrop (bass), Ric Furley (drums). Performing in Green Bay and other cities across Wisconsin this July. Rick Hornyak delivers a true, classic American sound that resonates with all audiences. And while his sound has a soft, Bruce Springstein feel, he can get an entire room of people on their feet. Rick’s music is inspired by The Avett Brothers, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Ray LaMontagne, James McMurtry, John Prine, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Johnny Cash, Wilco, and so many of the new artists that are contributing to the resurgence of Americana music. Listen to Rick’s music:

July 4
Fire Over the Fox

128 Dousman Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
July 4th Celebration, including a run/walk, Veteran’s Memorial service, food, entertainment and the largest fireworks display north of Milwaukee.

July 7

Meyer Theatre
8:00 PM
$15 General Admission Standing
The word “bully” has a negative connotation, one heavy with menace and violence. A bully is an instigator, an aggressor, someone who can spot your weaknesses and exploit them mercilessly. It’s a curious name for a Nashville quartet that is transforming familiar ’90s alt-rock (Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, Weezer) into smart, sharp-edged millennial indie rock, but “bully” is certainly an apt description for the band’s churning guitars, rambunctious rhythms, and tightly coiled intensity.

July 8
Downtown Art Walk

Downtown DePere
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Come to see wonderful and creative artists at the following business locations: East: Ameriprise Financial – Hemauer & Zurawski, Balance in Bloom, Broadway Theatre, Cafe Chanson, De Pere Auto Center, Great Harvest Bread Co, hey, daisy!, Infi.deli.ty, Klika Shoes, La Vie Boheme, Paintin’ Pottery or Bead It, Riverside Studio Painters, Seroogy’s Chocolates, The Pilates Studio, The Puddle Duck, XO Fitness, Zegers Clothiers. West: Broken Spoke, Buddha’s Still Bar, Expressions Photography Studio, Gyro Kabobs, Healthy Bellyz, Polito’s Pizza, Regina’s 7 Pillars, Raevive/Selah Therapeutic Wellness, The Abbey, The Cupcake Couture, Waseda Farms.

July 9-10
Brussels Lions Belgian Days

Brussels Town Park
Brussels, WI 54204
Sat noon-midnight, Sun 10am-4:30pm.
Live music Saturday and Sunday. Belgian Trippe, pies, hamburgers, beverages. Parade on Sunday 10:30am. Big Dogs baseball tournament, Coed Volleyball, Craft Fair.

July 9
Gold Ribbin’ BBQ Fest of Greater Green Bay

Lambeau Field
1265 Lombardi Ave
Green Bay, WI 54304
This summer picnic is a celebration food, family, and fun. BBQ reams from around the country will compete in the shadow of Lambeau Field. This is a KCBS sanctioned event. You and the family will experience the taste of authentic bbq, show off your own skills in the kid’s Que & Eggfest competitions, and get messy in the pie and wing eating contest.

July 11 & 25
Heritage Hill – Music on the Green

Heritage Hill State Park
2640 S Webster Ave
Green Bay, WI 54301
Pack a picnic supper, a blanket or lawn chairs, bring your family and friends to enjoy a delightful evening of music. Concessions are available.

July 14-21
Green Bay Restaurant Week

Various Brown County Restaurants
Various locations
Green Bay, WI 54302
Experience cuisine that delights your palate and defines the art of dining in Greater Green Bay. Restaurant Week features discounted lunch and dinner prix fixe menus from the best restaurants in the county.

July 15
Lee Greenwood and JP Lane

Meyer Theatre
7:00 PM
Reserved Seated Event: VIP Package $100 or $30 per seat. $20 for VETERANS, ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBERS, AND RETIRED SERVICE MEMBERS
J.P. Lane is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, and musician. After graduating high school, he left his hometown of Green Bay and joined the US Army. He soon was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. While there, J.P. was on a mission as a combat engineer searching for IEDs and was hit. While driving his truck, a 200-lb IED struck directly under his seat and penetrated the armored vehicle. The outcome of his horrific blast was the loss of his legs, right middle finger, and 24 other injuries, mostly internal. With intense physical training, hard work, and dedication to never giving up, J.P. has been able to overcome obstacles never thought possible by doctors. He has since preformed at the Presidential Ball for the 2012-2013 Presidential Inauguration. JP’s ultimate goal: “…to inspire everyone I can to never give up their goals and dreams.”

Lee Greenwood is a Grammy-award-winning musician and country music icon, with more than 30 albums to his credit. He has won numerous industry awards including two Vocalist of the Year awards for the Academy of Country Music, two Male Vocalist of the Year awards from the Country Music Association, and a Grammy for Top Vocal Performance. He also won CMA Song of the Year in 1985 for writing “God Bless the USA.” This song has been voted the most recognizable patriotic song in America. The singer knows what it’s like to have loved ones fighting for freedom of all Americans as his father served in the Navy and the Merchant Marines in WWII. Greenwood says, “USA is the song I always felt the need to write. I wanted to have something that would unite Americans from coast to coast and to instill pride back in the United States. The song represents my family, my community, and those men and women who have paid the price for the freedoms we all love and enjoy.”

July 19
Carol Rollie Flynn

Meyer Theatre
6:30 PM
$40 for a single event or a package $100 of all three events is available through September 30, 2015
Carol is a 30-year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) where she held senior executive positions including Director of the CIA’s Leadership Academy, Director of the Office of Foreign Intelligence Relationships, Executive Director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center, Chief of Station in major posts in Southeast Asia and Latin America, and Clandestine Operations Officer in Africa and Southeast Asia. She attained a rank of Senior Intelligence Service-04 (SIS-04), equivalent to a three star general when officially interacting with the U.S. military. She has extensive experience in intelligence, security, and crisis leadership.

July 21-24
Pulaski Polka Days

Pulaski Polka Grounds
Festival celebrating Polka music, dancing, food, parade and more.

July 27
Marc Cohn’s 25th Anniversary Show

Meyer Theatre
7:00 PM
$75 First 5 Row and Grand Tier, $50 Orchestra and Mezzanine
91.1 The Avenue presents Grammy award winning singer songwriter- Marc Cohn and the 25th Anniversary Tour. Marc will be performing his platinum selling self-titled debut album in its entirety along with an all-star band! It’s a celebration of songs and an artist that have stood the test of time. Opening the show will be The Blind Boys of Alabama, who will also join Marc in concert! You’ll hear all your favorites from this album including: “Walking in Memphis”, “True Companion”, “Ghost Train”, “Silver Thunderbird” and “Perfect Love.” You donation for tickets support of independent, nonprofit, community radio – 91.1 The Avenue.

July 28
Heritage Hill’s Hops on the Hill

Heritage Hill State Park
2640 S Webster Ave
Green Bay, WI 54301
Sample 35 craft brews, food from 13 amazing area restaurants, music, live auction, bucket raffle and more.

Tall Heights
Meyer Theatre
8:00 PM
General admission event with tickets at $15.00 per ticket.
It’s been half a decade since Tall Heights kicked off their career in Boston’s Faneuil Hall, busking for more than 100 days to help fund their very first EP. Paul Wright would play cello, Tim Harrington would strum the acoustic guitar, and both band mates would sing, their voices cutting through the noise of shoppers and tourists.

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