Jam’n July Returns to Pfiffner for Second Year
City Times Staff
This Saturday brings a showcase of local music talent to Pfiffner Pioneer Park for the second annual Jam’n July music festival.
Bands from all over Central Wisconsin will take to the stage of the Pfiffner Park Band Shell for 30-minute performances, with local deejays providing entertainment as band set up and take down.
Admission is free for ages 15 and under; $10 for 16 years and older. Pizza, beer and beverages will be available for purchase.
The show begins at noon and runs through 10 PM on July 23.
Performances have been scheduled by: All Out Mutiny (Wausau); Beyond Atlas (Wausau); Charles Chillin (Stevens Point); Constance (Wausau); Falling From Fiction (Madison); Michael Strike and The God Damn Band (Wausau); Mikey? (Stevens Point); Mourning Veils (Wausau); Noise Complaint (Stevens Point); RIG TIME! (La Crosse); Rosa Parkinsons (Stevens Point); Searchlights (Central Wisconsin); VSOA (St. Paul); and Wrath of the Girth (Stevens Point).
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. Pfiffner Park is located at 1100 Crosby Ave. in Stevens Point. The event is being sponsored by Polito’s, O’so, the Rosholt Fair and Rock 94.7.
For more information, the Jam’n July Facebook page can be found here.