Schumacher Farm Park

Where Dane County's Rural Heritage Comes Alive.

MUSIC FESTIVAL

Thank you to our 2019 sponsors!

  • North American Mechanical, Inc. (NAMI)
  • Town of Westport
  • US Bank
  • Village of Waunakee
  • Waunakee Community Bank
  • Wisconsin Kentworth

Saturday, June 15, 2019 from 3:00 - 8:00 pm

The Friends of Schumacher Farm will be hosting our fourth annual Music Festival on Father's Day weekend. Guests will enjoy the music from two local bands on one large amplified outdoor stage. Tickets $10/person. Kids 10 & under are free.

2019 BAND LINE-UP:

BACK 40 
A local country band that plays all kinds of music for all kinds of people and will have you dancing.
WHEELHOUSE  
WheelHouse is a string band from Madison, Wisconsin that tours nationwide. Featuring three and four-part harmonies, fiddle, and guitar leads and driving rhythm of the upright bass, this band brings an energy and attitude unique to themselves. 

Dance floor & free parking!  Picnic tables will be available. Bring your own lawn chairs. 

Local food, beer and wine vendors will be on site;

Lone Girl Brewery, Drumlin Ridge Winery, Papa Murphy's Pizza, Pots-N-Tots (crock pot sandwiches & seasoned tater tots)

Raffles and fantastic silent auction items.

Just a few of the silent auction items available for bidding: embossed pottery bowls and mugs, original artwork, hanging hammock chair, American Players Theater tickets and new this year; a wine pull!  Last bids will be taken at 7:30 pm.

Volunteers are always welcome and get free admission for a 2-hour shift. Check out the sign-up list if you're interested in joining the party. This is a rain or shine event so plan accordingly.  For more information, please contact us by email or phone: events.schumacher@gmail.com / 608-849-4559

WheelHouse

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Wheelhouse (left) and Back 40 (right)