Door County entertainment news from the staff of the Peninsula Pulse and Door County Living. Find the latest details on concerts, performing arts, theater, and much more from the Door County scene.

  • Sunset Concert Series Opens with Copper Box

    The Peg Egan Performing Arts Center, a new outdoor amphitheatre in Egg Harbor (located on Church Street), will begin its Sunset Concert Series with Copper Box on Sunday, June 15 at 7 pm.

  • Bill Anderson Performs at DCA

    Bill Anderson, a consummate performer with a career that spans more than 50 years, is recognized for his multiple talents as a singer, songwriter, game show host, actor, and musician.

  • Mr. G’s Announces Return of Boomer Show

    Dan Riley Entertainment Group announced recently that by popular demand, I’m a Boomer, Baby! starring Dan Riley will be presented once again in 2008 at Mr. G’s Dinner Theatre in Door County.

  • Art of Music Kicks Off

    On Thursday, June 26, singer/songwriter and interpreter of ballads Bill Camplin returns to the Door County Outpost to set the stage for “The Art of Music” summer concert series.

  • American Folklore Theatre Opens Season

    American Folklore Theatre is pleased to announce the opening of its summer season on June 18 in the amphitheatre at Peninsula State Park. June 18 marks a later-than-usual season opening for AFT.

  • Confidence Camp Offered

    Looking to build self-confidence and leadership skills while stepping outside your comfort zone in a safe environment?

  • Settlement Farmer’s Market Returns

    For those individuals who have been waiting for fresh, locally grown produce and plants to appear, mark the calendar for Wednesday, June 18 when the first farmer’s market of the season occurs at the Settlement Shops in Fish Creek.

  • 44th Annual Fyr Bal Festival Schedule of Events

    Friday, June 13: • 10:30 am: Ephraim historical walking tours, starting at Anderson Barn • 11 am: Ephraim historical exhibits and museum opening • 7:30 pm: Midsummer’s Music Festival concert, Francis Hardy Gallery on Anderson Dock Saturday, June 14: • 8 am: Start the day with Sherman’s Tunes To Go, Village Hall • 9 am […]

  • Fyr Bal Ignites Ephraim

    Ephraim’s Water Street gets more than pep in its step as the village kicks off its 44th Annual Fyr Bal Festival this weekend. Rooted in Scandinavian tradition, Fyr Bal, pronounced fear ball, is Norwegian for bonfire.

  • Gibraltar Celebrates Sesquicentennial

    The Township of Gibraltar embraces a heritage that began with lumberjacks, farmers, and fishermen in the 1830s. Officially established in 1858, the township is celebrating its sesquicentennial this year with a host of activities, highlighting a legacy of hard-work, determination, perseverance, and fortitude that continues today.

  • Corner of the Past Opens June 14

    The Sister Bay Historical Society’s “Corner of the Past” farm museum will open for its 12th season June 14 – 15. Hours on June weekends are 11 am – 3 pm.

  • Sunday Sing-Alongs Are Back!

    Sponsored each summer by the Ephraim Historical Foundation, the Ephraim Sunday Sing-Alongs are a great activity for the entire family. The tradition resumes June 15 at 7:30 pm at the Ephraim Village Hall.

  • Ephraim Museums Open June 13

    Visitors will have the chance to immerse themselves in the rich history of Ephraim on Friday, June 13, when the Ephraim Village Museums reopen for the summer season.

  • Zak Wins WAMI as Best Drummer

    Baileys Harbor native Joey Zak was awarded the Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) award for Drummer of the Year. Zak, who tours with Milwaukee-based band Marashino, said the recognition came as a surprise.

  • Steel Bridge SongFest ‘08

    This three-day celebration continues for the fourth year in a row as music lovers from all over join together to honor the historic Michigan Street Bridge in Sturgeon Bay.

  • Jeanne Kuhns’ New CD Nears Completion

    Jeanne Kuhns new CD project, Ghost Ranch is currently being completed at Hans Christian’s Allemande Studio in Sister Bay.

  • Birch Creek Announces 2008 season

    Birch Creek Music Performance Center begins its 33rd season of music in 2008 with an invigorating schedule of high quality concerts and professional performing artists.

  • Calling All Kids!

    Summer is just around the corner and that means that it’s time for the fourth annual For Kids By Kids Theater Day Camp at Third Avenue Playhouse.

  • Roger Kuhns Searches for Crocodiles in the Desert

    In his new monologue “Crocodiles in the Desert,” geologist and writer Roger Kuhns transports us to the timeless sands of the West African Sahel along the fathomless Sahara Desert.

  • Midsummer’s Music Announces June/July Season

    Midsummer’s Music Festival will begin its 18th season on June 12 at Bjorklunden. The season includes 20 concerts that will take it through July 9, closing with a concert cruise to Washington Island.