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Live from the Wonderground: Panchromatic Steel

Friday, June 7 @ 5:00 pm 8:00 pm

On the first Friday of the month in the summer, visit the Wonderground for performances by some of Madison’s best in a family friendly environment. Kids play while their caregivers enjoy grown-up drinks—and everyone listens to the music! Parents enjoy a night out without relying on a babysitter and kids get a chance to enjoy the museum’s most iconic outdoor space.

Our featured performers tonight are Panchromatic Steel, fusing island styles with pop hits, rock and jazz into a high-energy blend that is hard to categorize but easy to love. With top-shelf multi-instrumentalism and wide-ranging appeal, Panchromatic’s music brightens any day, transports listeners to their happiest moments in the sun, and threads the needle by being artful yet accessible to virtually everyone.

Our Bucket Set performance tonight is Melvis, returning to MCM from a triumphant performance at Adult Swim last winter.

Admission for Live from the Wonderground is pay-what-you-can: you choose how much you think your ticket should cost based on your ability to pay and what you’d expect to pay for tickets to similar events. All tickets are at the door, no advance registration is needed.

Live from the Wonderground

Live from the Wonderground brings music, dancing, food, and drinks for all ages to downtown Madison’s most creative playground, the Wonderground. This first Friday concert series features local bands, drinks, light snacks, and fresh air fun.

Events take place from 5 to 8 pm, with bands performing two sets from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. In between sets, the Bucket Set features a unique mini-set performed in the Wonderground’s Giant Bucket.

Learn more and view upcoming Live from the Wonderground events.

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