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Door County is home to a selection of performance venues and ensembles unmatched by any other small communities in America. Birch Creek brings jazz and classical music to a rustic barn, Midsummer’s Music Festival tours the peninsula for intimate concerts, and the Peninsula Music Festival awes visitors and locals alike at the Door Community Auditorium each august. Find schedules for these and many other venues here.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Door Shakespeare Announces Tenth Season

    Door Shakespeare is pleased to announce its fast-approaching tenth-anniversary season, which will open in Baileys Harbor on July 10. This year, Door Shakespeare will continue the fine tradition of presenting professional classical theater under the stars in the beautiful Garden at Bjorklunden.

  • Dirty Deuce Releases Debut CD

    The debut CD of Dirty Deuce – the musical mathematicians of Rock-n-Roll religion – is the personification of three performers, evel kneevers (Paul Kneever), J-dirt (Jamey Clark) and Rev.

  • Celtic Fiddler at Base Camp

    Come enjoy an evening of acoustic Celtic fiddle music live at Base Camp Coffee Bar in Sister Bay. Talented young fiddle artist Jake Kahr will share his passion from 6 – 8 pm on Friday, June 6.

  • Love of Bluegrass Shines with Bent Grass

    What do you get when you combine a carpenter, a medical salesman, a business owner and a water department employee? If the guys in question are Mark Wellens, Dave Sladek, Joe Hannon and Mike Strenski, then you’ve got yourself one heckuva bluegrass band! Bent Grass brings traditional and original bluegrass and gospel to Third Avenue Playhouse for one performance on Saturday, May 17 at 7:30 pm.

  • LMO Celebrates Seven Years

    Little Marsh Overflow (LMO) returns to Door County on Saturday, May 24 at the Hitching Post in Valmy and Sunday, May 25 at the Mink River Basin in Ellison Bay for their Seventh Anniversary Party, an event that has become a Northern Door Memorial Day Weekend tradition.

  • “…Let Music Live!”

    New Artistic Director, Merle Colburn has fashioned for the Peninsula Chamber Singers (PCS) one of the most exciting choral concerts in recent memory.

  • American Folklore Theatre Announces “Raise the Curtain” Kick-Off Party

    Join American Folklore Theatre (AFT) as it kicks off another great season of original shows at its fifth annual “Raise the Curtain” kick-off party, set for Sunday, May 25 at the Alpine Resort in Egg Harbor.

  • Music of Northern Europe Featured at Emerson Event

    Two Door County favorites will team up for a musical performance of Northern Delights featuring art and folk songs from Scandinavia and the British Isles on May 27 at 7:30 pm for the last performance in this year’s Emerson Cultural Series.

  • Everything Old is New with Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets

    Jump in and take a ride with Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets! The group that left Door County begging for more returns to Third Avenue Plahouse with a brand new show.

  • Isadoora Theatre Announces Director, Cast, and Crew for “The Cover of Life”

    Isadoora Theatre wraps up its sixth season with The Cover of Life, written by R.T. Robinson and directed by Ann K. Birnschein. A deeply affecting story about women’s struggle for self worth, The Cover of Life will be presented at the Ephraim Village Hall, May 15 – 18 and 22 – 25, 2008.