Category: Entertainment

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.

  • Sonora Strings Join Midsummer’s Music

    On June 18 and 19 the Sonora Strings, a violin ensemble of students ages 10 to 16, will join Midsummer’s Music Festival with pre-concert performances.

  • Michael Burkhardt Hosts Hymn Festival

    Internationally known for his innovative and inspiring hymn festivals, Michael Burkhardt will lead “The Shepherd and the Lambs: A Hymn Festival” on Sunday, June 20 at 7 pm at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay.

  • Marcia Henry Liebenow Presents “Irish Rhapsody”

    On Friday, June 25 and Saturday, June 26, The Birch Creek Symphony Orchestra will perform Sir Charles Villiers Stanford’s “Irish Rhapsody #6” for violin and orchestra with violin faculty member Marcia Henry Liebenow as the featured soloist.

  • Shout Outs

    “Happy Fathers Day to my dad, Dan Eggert, down in Alamogordo New Mexico. And best wishes to my mother and her recovery, thinking of you all the time. I Love you Mom and Dad!” – Dan Eggert

  • Ephraim’s 2010 Annual Fyr Bal Festival

    Ephraim celebrates its 46th Annual Fyr Bal Festival June 18 – 20. Steeped in Scandinavian tradition, Fyr Bal, pronounced fear ball, is Norwegian for bonfire.


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  • Woodwalk Concert Series Kicks Off with Chris Irwin

    Tennessee native Chris Irwin will perform Friday, June 18 to begin the Woodwalk Concert series. Irwin, known for his mandolin and flat pick style guitar playing, will perform along with Lynn Gudmundsen on fiddle, Jeanne Kuhns on vocals, and Patrick Palmer on bass.

  • Sturgeon Bay Introduces Harmony by the Bay Concert Series

    Sturgeon Bay’s new summer concert series, Harmony by the Bay, features performances every Tuesday night beginning June 29 through August 3, showcasing a rich combination of seasoned performers from across the U.

  • Sunset Concert Series Begins with Corky Siegel and the Chamber Blues

    Corky Siegel and the Chamber Blues will take the stage at the Peg Egan Performing Art Center’s Sunset Concert Series. The free concert will take place at the Peg Egan PAC on Church Street in Egg Harbor on June 27 at 7 pm.

  • Egg Harbor’s Concerts in the Park Begins June 24

    Egg Harbor’s popular Concerts in the Park series returns, presenting live music on the bay in beautiful Harborview Park on Thursdays from June 24 through September 2.

  • DCA Features Bluegrass Band Mountain Heart

    On June 20, the Door Community Auditorium will come to life with the music of Mountain Heart, one of the most versatile and explosive ensembles on the acoustic music scene.

  • Sign Up for Door County Bluegrass Camp

    The Door County Bluegrass Camp, which will run from August 1 through August 6 at Rowleys Bay Resort in Ellison Bay, seeks campers for its summer session.

  • Lost Mothra Find Home Venue

    Singer/songwriter Jeanne Kuhns and her band Lost Mothra are set to perform monthly at Andres on the west side of Sturgeon Bay. Lost Mathra will perform from 8 – 10 pm the fourth Saturday of every month beginning June 26.

  • Tuesdays with Katie Dahl

    Katie Dahl, known for her folk-infused melodies, will be entertaining guests at the Inn at Kristofer’s Tuesday evenings throughout the summer, beginning June 15.

  • Astonishing Musical Wizardry

    Last time Béla Fleck played in Door County it was 1995. He played at the Door Community Auditorium with the Flecktones. This summer he returns with a couple of different musicians by his side.

  • Friendly Safety Reminder from YMCA

    Whether it’s the pool, the beach, the water park or the lakefront, the Door County YMCA reminds families that when in or around the water, it’s safety first.

  • Teen Night at the UUF

    The teens of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County (UUFDC) announced a new Wednesday night coffeehouse gathering called “U-Night.” The event launched on June 16, and will continue June 30, July 21, July 28, and August 18.

  • Third World Market in Ellison Bay

    Friday, June 25 marks the annual opening of Third World Marketplace at Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay. Running in conjunction with the Olde Ellison Bay Days Ice Cream Social, the Marketplace, open from 6:30 – 9:30 pm, features the workmanship of artisans in developing countries from around the world.

  • Jacksonport Historical Society Presentation

    On June 23, the Jacksonport Historical Society will visit with the Charles and Eliza Olson family at the Jacksonport Town Hall. The public is welcome to attend the presentation and learn more about the Olson family history in Jacksonport, dating back to 1920.