See the new show “The Figure” which celebrates the human figure in all its’ forms. The opening reception is on May 12th from 5pm-7pm, and the exhibit will run through June 17th. Be sure to shop gift gallery and featured artist gallery as well.
Red Wing Arts Association 2017 Concerts in The Park Series
Come enjoy our summer concert series held every Wednesday night in the beautiful central park bandshell. We will be hosting a very special Tuesday night show for the 4th of July featuring “A Hard Days Night” Beatles cover band.
Bring a seat and enjoy the time with the community. Snacks will be available for purchase from The Kettle Korn House
Wednesday June 7 – Retro Swing Sister – Led by vocalists Rhonda Laurie and Maryann Sullivan and backed by an incredible group of some of the finest Twin Cities musicians, Retro Swing Sister makes up a fun, retro-swinging, vibrant ensemble with a classic yet fresh approach to the Great American Songbook from the 20’s to the 50’s. From vintage style swinging standards… to early dance rock, Retro Swing Sister appeals to a wide age range of both listeners and dancers. They guarantee a swingin’ good time!
Wednesday June 14 – Reina del Cid – Part singer songwriter group, part rock band you can find Reina del Sid and company at the intersection of lyrical storytelling, catchy riffs, and scorching solos. Their music has recently been featured by Paste Magazine, NPR, and Baeble Music, and they plan to release their next full-length record this year.
Wednesday June 21 – Sheldon Theatre Brass Band Red Wing’s own 20-piece traditional British-style brass band.
Wednesday June 28 – Tim Cheesebrow Classically trained but influenced by classic Americana artists like John Prine and Jackson Browne, Tim Cheesebrow’s music pays homage to roots and folk music with lyrics that focus on the issues of today.
TUESDAY JULY 4 SPECIAL – A Hard Day’s Night Celebrate the Fourth and the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band with John, Paul, George and Ringo!
Wednesday July 12 – Tony Cuchetti and the Afterwhile Band. Tony Cuchetti derives his spirit and creativity from an eclectic blend of folk, blues, country and Americana. Compared to the likes of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Ray Lamontagne, Tony Cuchetti bleeds soul. Whether he is performing songs from his mentors, or his own original compositions, Tony leaves the listener with a deep sense of satisfaction for the power of simple yet provocative music.
Wednesday July 19 – Generation II – returns to Central Park to perform the Big Band music of the 40s and 50s. Playing together for nearly 20 years, the band specializes in the music of Glen Miller and Benny Goodman.
Wednesday July 26 – Siama Congo Roots – Siama is MN’s resident Congolese pop star! Touring the world with with many beloved artists of soukous music (a genre known as “the sound of happiness”), Siama is now based in Minneapolis. Siama’s quartet (with intricate guitar work, spirited vocal harmonies, percussion, harmonica, mbira/kalimba and balafon/marimba) will take you on a danceable and transfixing journey through the traditional music of his home country, the dance floors of East Africa and beyond. You’ll be encouraged to sing along in Kikongo, Swahili and Lingala while experiencing the welcoming, celebratory nature of African music.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Red Wing Plein Air celebrates the tradition of outdoor painting with the finest artists from the region. Whether you want to capture the evening light on the Mississippi River, the charm of Red Wing’s historic downtown or the impressive bluffs along the river, there are multiple spots to inspire your best work yet.
Presented by the Red Wing Arts Association, Red Wing Plein Air is known for its artist hospitality and community support.
Stanley Kubrick’s painfully funny take on Cold War anxiety is one of the fiercest satires of human folly ever to come out of Hollywood. The matchless shape-shifter Peter Sellers plays three wildly different roles: Royal Air Force Captain Lionel Mandrake, timidly trying to stop a nuclear attack on the USSR ordered by an unbalanced general (Sterling Hayden); the ineffectual and perpetually dumbfounded U.S. President Merkin Muffley, who must deliver the very bad news to the Soviet premier; and the titular Strangelove himself, a wheelchair-bound presidential adviser with a Nazi past.
Grab a cold drink, tasty food and a chair right on the Mississippi River and enjoy live music all weekend.
June 30th, Friday, 6-10pm ———-”Chris Herriges”
July 1st, Saturday, 3-7pm ———”Nick Foytik”
8PM-midnight ——–”JT & the Gunslingers”
July 2nd, Sunday, 1pm-5pm ———-”Billie G”
July 4th, Tuesday, 2-6pm ————-” Swamp Kings”
July 4th, Tuesday, 6:30-10:30pm ——–”Zachery Z Band”