Returning concert series takes center stage

The first in-person Harmony by the Bay concert in two years rocked a crowd at Martin Park on Wednesday night. Glas Hamr kicked off the summer series where food and beverages were served at the outdoor venue. Destination Sturgeon Bay and the city of Sturgeon Bay teamed up to put on the event that won’t miss a Wednesday until mid-october as long as weather permits. Taking the stage just before the band was Sturgeon Bay Common Council member Dan Williams, who shared excitement for the series return and what’s to come for the city.



The series that has fostered community engagement for years drew a large crowd on Wednesday, and Destination Sturgeon Bay Executive Director Pam Seiler took notice. 



One of the continued COVID19 mitigation precautions this summer is that there is no indoor venue for concerts that get rained out. You can keep up with the season of concerts on the Harmony by the Bay Concert Series Facebook page. 


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