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Lincoln Park Live Music Series wraps up Wednesday in Kenosha with two bands | Local News


The musical series Lincoln Park Live in Kenosha wraps up for the summer season on Wednesday, August 24, with bands performing salsa, R&B and Neo Soul.

Septeto Charambo will take the stage at 6 p.m. and Chicken Grease will perform at 7:30 p.m.

The free concerts are held at Lincoln Park Flower Garden, 6900 18th Ave., with the grounds opening at 5 p.m.

Septeto Charambo presents a unique style of music called “Salsa Dura” and organizers said the group is sure to fill the dance floor, inspire listeners, while preserving the rich traditions of salsa music.

Chicken Grease creates a fresh and unique experience, organizers said. The band has a mellow, laid back vibe and a soulful sound without being trapped in a genre box.

Food, soda, wine and beer are available for purchase at each show from local vendors Fry Daddy’s and Rockitacos.

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The Lincoln Park Live Music Series is presented by the Mary Lou & Arthur F. Mahone Fund and the City of Kenosha.

Proceeds from the Free Concert Series support the Mahone Fund Career Exploration Organization Mentorship Program, helping low-to-moderate income youth support academic achievement, college readiness, career success and service to others while reducing financial barriers impacting access and affordability for first generation students. For more information visit the website