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Freeman Friday Night Live
Freeman Friday Night Live
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Date/Time
Friday, September 6th, 2013 - Friday, September 27th, 2013
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
WKLH Stage

With 9 stages of live music every Friday, Waukesha Freeman Friday Night Live offers great entertainment in the heart of downtown Waukesha!

Stop by the 96.5 WKLH Stage – presented by First Federal Bank located by Martha Merrell’s Books at 231 W. Main Street (between Gaspar St & Barstow St). Get registered to win concert tickets and more with the ‘KLH Road Crew!

STAGE LINE UP
Sept 6 – Mike & Kathy G-Man Music
Sept 13 – Theiss & O’Connor
Sept 20 – Big Kenny & 3D’s
Sept 27 – Spring City Grass

Get more details and see the rest of the band schedule at waukeshafreemanfridaynightlive.com

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