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Maple Road

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
7 pm
$5
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts

Enjoy music, drinks, and have fun with friends! The street is closed in front of THELMA on Sheboygan St.

Maple Road is a high energy, four piece band out of the Washington County area that has been delivering a unique blend of blues and rock for over ten years. Along with classic favorites, we add originals to the mix. The diversity, originality, and “homegrown” feel of Maple Road appeals to a wide range audience and keeps fans coming back for more. Dually fronted on guitar and vocals by Jenny Abbott and Randy Panas, and backed by Russ Wheeler on bass and Max Jones on drums, Maple Road delivers an unexpected and intriguing musical mix of power and soul that demands attention. The band released their second album entitled, Ain’t Lookin’ Back.

Gates and Bar opens at 6 pm
Concert at 7 pm

$5 admission (Includes wristband, one fandana mask (while supplies last) and one “Free Spin” on the prize wheel at THELMA’s promotional table.)

There are two entrances into the event — one at each end of the block on Sheboygan Street – Marr Street and Portland Street. Capacity is limited to 250 people to allow social distance so tickets at the door may not be available day of. Purchase ticket ahead of time to ensure your spot. All patrons must be 21 and older to attend. Other changes include temperature checks at the gate, and all clear bags. Anyone with the temperature over 100 degrees F will not be permitted inside the event. All bags and purses must be clear and will be checked as no carry-ins are permitted. Bag chairs are permitted but guests will be required to completely open them up before entering the event space. Hand sanitizer will be available for guests throughout the event and all patrons. Except those who rent Marguerite’s Lookout on THELMA’s top level, must remain in the street.

You understand that by purchasing this ticket and coming to a THELMA concert, you are assuming the risk of exposure to COVID-19 (or other public health risk). We are all in this together. If you show up and are showing symptoms or have a fever of 100 Fahrenheit or more, we will have to require you to leave immediately. You understand that THELMA is committed to keeping all patrons safe from the spread of the virus.

Parking is free throughout the district on evenings and weekends.

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