La Crosse’s Moon Tunes announces 2021 season in Riverside Park

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) — La Crosse’s Moon Tunes will start up again June 3, Valley View Rotary’s Terry Bauer announced Wednesday.

The summer concert series will begin at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 3, with a dedication of the band shell designed by Roald Gundersen. It will be followed by a concert featuring Bill Miller, TUGG and the La Crosse Symphony Orchestra.

Moon Tunes will have Piggy’s sandwiches, Pearl Street Beer, The Pearl Ice Cream, Pepsi products, water, and popcorn available.

The concerts will keep going each Thursday through Sept. 11, when it will conclude with the annual Deece Production Woodstock Tribute. There will be three weeks without concerts for Riverfest and the July 8 Kids from Wisconsin concert.

Moon Tunes asks that everyone attending is respectful of the county health department guidelines so we can all enjoy Moon Tunes this summer. Thursday concerts are from 5:30 – 8 pm. Saturday is from 2 pm to 8 pm with fireworks.

Find a full list of acts here: Moon Tunes 2021 Concerts