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.

  • Kuhns and Hagen Head Exciting Musical Lineup

    Third Avenue Playhouse kicks off its fall season with an exciting new musical collaboration on Saturday, September 13. Singer/songwriters Jeanne Kuhns and Julian Hagen are joined by musicians Hans Christian, Lynn Gudmundsen, and George Sawyn for one performance at 7:30 pm.

  • “Sherlock Holmes” Comes to Peninsula Players Stage

    Peninsula Players Theatre, America’s oldest professional resident summer theater, opens Steven Dietz’s Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, based on the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Arthur Conan Doyle.

  • The “Art of Music” Presents Adam Mackintosh and Anna Sacks

    On Friday, September 5, at 7:30 pm, the Door County Outpost gallery and cafe will feature singer/songwriters Adam Mackintosh and Anna Sacks. Adam Mackintosh is a unique songwriter.

  • For Your Information

    National touring Atlanta, GA band Outformation will help Mark McClellan and Amy Lucket celebrate three years owning the Hitching Post tavern in Valmy Sept.

  • Second Annual Jazz on Jefferson September 6

    Sturgeon Bay’s Jefferson Street businesses will be hosting their second annual Jazz on Jefferson event Saturday, September 6, from 1 – 8 pm. The jazz will be flowing into the evening with live music by last year’s favorites Janet Macklin along with Woody Mankowski and The Martinis.

  • Town of Gibraltar Sesquicentennial Celebration Continues with Hartland Community Band

    Officially established in 1858, the Township of Gibraltar is celebrating its Sesquicentennial this year with a host of activities highlighting a legacy of hard-work, determination, perseverance, and fortitude that continues today.

  • Up Next at DCA

    The Door Community Auditorium has a full slate of entertainment throughout September. The Marshall Tucker Band, Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys, as well as 3 Redneck Tenors, will take the stage in the upcoming weeks.

  • AFT Culminates New Musical Workshop with Gala

    On Friday, July 25, AFT fans and supporters gathered at Cyndy Stiehl’s home in Ephraim for a gala entitled “A Cheesy Affair,” which featured a reading of Cheeseheads: The Musical, the newest dramatic effort by blockbuster writing duo Dave Hudson and Paul Libman.

  • The Art of Music with David Bell

    “You need to know your craft before you can know your art.” These are the words of David Bell, a musician who has chosen to make Door County his home. While similar sentiments have surely been echoed throughout time by any number of painters, sculptors, actors, performers and musicians, the words, when spoken by Bell, […]

  • Town Hall Bakery Presents “Wise Women and Witty Men”

    On Friday, September 5 at 7 pm, four strong singer/songwriters with four poetic, slightly crazy views of the world will perform at the Town Hall Bakery in Jacksonport.

  • The “Rumors” are True

    Now on stage at Peninsula Players Theatre, America’s oldest professional resident summer theatre, is Neil Simon’s side-splitting comedy Rumors (through August 31).

  • “Art of Music” Presents Arden of Edan and Hans Christian

    On Friday, August 29 at 7:30 pm, the Outpost Gallery & Café located at 4690 Rainbow Ridge Ct. in Egg Harbor will feature two dynamic singer/songwriters, Mary Arden and Hans Christain.

  • “I’m a Boomer, Baby!” Caters to Family, Friends and Boomer Fans

    The 2008 edition of I’m a Boomer, Baby! starring Dan Riley opened Tuesday, August 26, and continues through October 25 at Mr. G’s Dinner Theatre. This year’s show features new songs, comedy material and Mr.

  • Midsummer’s Music Presents 18th Season Finale

    Midsummer’s Music Festival celebrates the end of their 18th season with a Labor Day series, August 29 – September 1. Artistic Director, Jim Berkenstock, has put together another masterful program featuring music by Respighi, Moszkowski, and Schumann.

  • Second Annual Jazz on Jefferson

    Sturgeon Bay’s Jefferson Street businesses will be hosting their second annual Jazz on Jefferson event, Saturday, September 6, from 1 – 8pm. The jazz will be flowing into the evening with live music by last year’s favorites, Janet Macklin along with Woody Mankowski and The Martinis.

  • Isadoora Theatre Company Holds Auditions for “Side Man”

    Isadoora Theatre Company invites interested community members to audition for its upcoming production of Warren Leight’s Side Man, winner of the 1999 Tony Award for Best Play.

  • Strike up the Band!

    Returning to the Door Peninsula for a weekend of concerts and fun, sponsored by the Ephraim Business Council and the Town of Gibraltar Sesquicentennial, is the Hartland Community Concert Band.

  • Peninsula Chamber Singers Begin Rehearsals

    The Peninsula Chamber Singers, under the direction of Merle Colburn, will begin rehearsals for their Fall/Christmas Concert on September 22 at 7 pm at the Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church.

  • Schedule Changes for Final Week of AFT’s 2008 Summer Season

    American Folklore Theatre’s final week of the summer season runs August 25 – 30 at the AFT Amphitheatre in Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek. Due to performer’s schedules, the schedule for the final week has changed as follows (changes are in bold letters): Friday, August 29 – Lumberjacks in Love at 8 pm Saturday, August 30 – Lumberjacks in Love at 6 pm Saturday, August 30 – A Cabin with a View at 8:30 pm.

  • AFT Fall Show Opens September 5

    On September 5, American Folklore Theatre (AFT) will kick off its fall season with Sometimes a Song: The Music of Dan Fogelberg. The concert show, which will feature popular music icon Fogelberg’s music as performed by some of AFT’s best-loved performers, will run through October 25 at Ephraim Village Hall in Door County.