Live Music

Featuring everything from local favorites to some of the biggest names in show business, La Crosse’s live music scene has something for everyone. Find blues and lounge music, bluegrass and country western, pop and rock, all in big concert venues, hole-in-the-wall taverns, or fine-dining establishments–the nightlife in La Crosse is not to be missed! 

Check  out these free concerts in the park during the summer months as well.

Moon Tunes  

Brought to you by the City of La Crosse and Valley View Rotary, this popular summer concert series is one you have to see for yourself. Moon Tunes takes place most Thursdays during the summer months from 5:30pm – 8:30pm in Riverside Park. Enjoy the river views while listening to great music. Enjoy food provided by Piggy’s and cold brews provided by Pearl Street Brewery.

Holmen Concerts in the Park

Located at Halfway Creek Band Shell in Holmen, WI, pack a picnic and head to the park on Sunday nights from 5pm – 7pm. Concerts are free and concessions are provided by the Holmen High School Interact Club. The series takes place from June – September. 

La Crosse Concert Band

The La Crosse Concert Band has been a proud symbol of the Seven Rivers Region since 1917 bringing free, quality, multi-generational concert music to La Crosse’s Riverside Park, and in so doing, providing educational opportunities both for the audience and for student and adult performers. La Crosse Concert Band performs most Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm during the months of June and July.

 

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