June 2nd, 2022
MUSIC STARTS //
$10 GA | $25 Patio
VENUE HOURS //
3:00 pm – 10:00 pm
TICKET INFORMATION //
Tickets on sale now!
Oley’s Wood Fire Pizza & Caribbean Cruiser
Limited LedgeStone menu available through the evening. Pre-ordering available by 4pm.
• Lawn chair / blanket (music is hosted outdoors by the vines)
• Sunglasses & sun block, umbrellas or tents OK
• Water, NA drinks – No carry in alcohol options at all.
• Dog friendly, if your dog is friendly – same goes for kiddos (you can bring snacks for kids but please no carry in food).
LedgeStone & Gnarly Cedar is located on Highway 57 tucked under the Niagara Escarpment, near the WI-96 + WI-57 round about. South from De Pere about 15 minutes / use the Wrightstown exit if coming from 41 / Stroll down County Road Z if coming from Appleton.
Ride a Bike! Located directly on the Fox River Trail.
Parking is available on our upper lot or below on the grassy hill. Gravel lot is for handicap and vendors. Please carpool to make life easier. Please be kind to our parking volunteers!
LedgeStone Winery makes traditional style wines from grapes grown in Wisconsin and the West Coast. Often, if we don’t make a popular style, we will carry a ‘Nomadic’ producer.
Gnarly Cedar Brewery offers a full assortment of craft beers for everyone. From the hazy IPA to the light drinking American Pilsner.
No carry in beverages permitted on the grounds.
GA tickets are in the green space. Remember to bring a lawn chair & blanket to set up a cozy spot. Event parking is available on the upper lot & lower lot. Carpooling makes everyone’s life easy. (Kids under 14 are free!)
Patio Seats – Up close and personal with the musicians with access to bathrooms and a separate area for beverages. In the event of adverse weather, first access to indoor seats in the winery. More updates to come!
Unity the Band: Kai “Pita” Katobalavu, the lead singer of Unity the Band, was born in Suva City, the capital of the Fiji Islands. In Fiji, there was no formal music curriculum in the schools. By listening to and singing native songs, Kai taught himself to play a wide range of instruments including a wooden drum, called the lali. He also learned the meke, which is a complex combination of voices and dance, and is often used in times of war. Native dance was an integral part of his life. At a very young age, Kai followed his uncle’s band, The Blue Ribbon, based out of Tailevu. This band had a modern sound and opened his eyes to the vastness and power of music.
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